Oracle University has more than 1300 courses in the catalog, 20 subscriptions with more than 30,000 instructional videos in 27 languages and more than 200,000 customers per year.
A new subscription (Big Data, Java and Database Learning Subscription) is offered by Oracle University to Datum Academy for all Oracle University courses in eBIHAR and eMBDS (six of the fifteen courses selected in the subscription). The certifications for the selected courses in this subscription are sufficient for a prior learning assessment for the relevant courses.
Oracle Cloud delivers a comprehensive suite of integrated applications for sales, services, marketing, human resources, finance, supply chain, and manufacturing, as well as a highly automated and secure, second-generation infrastructure that includes the Oracle Autonomous database.
France Université Numérique is the distributor of online courses from French higher education institutions and their partners.
It operates several distribution platforms, the most well known of which, FUN MOOC, has been in existence since 2013. Thanks to numerous partner institutions, the FUN MOOC platform offers a vast catalogue of courses that is being enriched day by day with varied and topical themes. As of May 2020, this platform has more than 2.4 million registered students for more than 9 million registrations to the more than 630 MOOCs broadcast on the platform.
FUN and its partners have been developing new services over the last 3 years by offering certificates on certain MOOCs, career paths made up of several MOOCs and online courses dedicated to continuing education actions designed to meet the specific needs of a company or sector of activity.
FUN-Partenaires, a private-law subsidiary of GIP France Université Numérique, is the structure that carries the continuing professional training activity in the FUN ecosystem and was created for this purpose. FUN's continuing training courses are distributed on a dedicated platform, FUN Corporate, which initially targets employers who wish to train their employees or agents and will eventually target the training market on the initiative of the active population (employees, job seekers, self-employed, etc.).
Université Côte d'Azur (formerly the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS)) is a grouping of higher education institutions that brings together the main players in higher education and research on the Côte d'Azur. UCA aims to develop the 21st century model for French universities, based on new interactions between disciplines, an experimental model of coordination between research, teaching and innovation and strong partnerships with the private sector and local authorities. eMBDS is part of UCA's strategy of excellence in education and training online at both bachelor and master levels.
The ESTIA engineering school is a higher education and research establishment, created by the CCI Bayonne Pays Basque, in order to provide the Basque Country with a tool for competitiveness that generates talent and research programmes applicable to the territory's companies. The ESTIA engineer acquires multi-technological skills - mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science - with the aim of training systems engineers, experts in human-system integration.
At the start of the 2020 academic year, two Master of Science degrees will be offered BIHAR and eBIHAR and will be at the heart of ESTIA's innovation laboratory on the uses of new technologies.
The University of Siena awards first cycle, second cycle and single long cycle degrees in the following faculties: Economics, Pharmacy, Law, Engineering, Arts and Humanities, Arts and Humanities in Arezzo, Medicine and Surgery, Mathematical, Physical and Natural Sciences and Political Science, as well as several interfaculty degrees.The teaching activities of the University of Siena’s first and second level courses are generally carried out in one of the nine faculties. Postgraduate education at the University of Siena is carried out in postgraduate schools, master’s programmes, training, advanced training and refresher courses and summer schools, while postgraduate research is performed in the doctoral schools.
The eMiage consortium has been carrying an online version of the Miage Bachelor and Master degree for fifteen years with the continuing education of eight French universities and two typical targets which are the same as for the eMBDS: continuing education in Europe and initial training in emerging countries. Approximately 700 learners per year are evenly distributed among the eight eMIAGE reference centers. Enrolment in eMiage via the continuing education of partner universities is carried out within the framework of a standard or personalised course but also using the VAE/VES (validation of prior learning) approach.
With its highly developed infrastructure, prominent academic staff
members, 17,500 students from 110 and 1,100 academics from 35 different countries,
quality programs in English, the opportunity of learning a second foreign language,
student exchange programs, rich sports, social and cultural activity opportunities,
international accreditations, an international teaching context, and a diploma
recognised throughout the world, EMU prepares its students for their international
careers by educating them in becoming creative and competitive individuals with
EMU has been offering quality education through 108 undergraduate and school programs and 96 postgraduate and doctoral degree programs provided by 12 faculties, 5 schools and Foreign Languages and English Preparatory School.
Created by decree n° 2012-20 of 18 January 2012, the African Higher School of Information and Communication Technologies, abbreviated as AHSICT, is a public higher education institution that trains executives in the ICT sector. AHSICT is also engaged in research and development.
The creation of AHSICT responds to the vision of the President of the Republic to make the ICT sector one of the main levers of economic and social development in our country. In view of the still low ICT penetration rate in our country and particularly in our administrations and services, the opening of AHSICT will promote the popularization of ICT. Through productive partnerships, AHSICT will work to bring to the market dynamic and operational executives.
Cooperation with the operators in the sector and regulators will favour a continuous upgrading of educational pathways. By fully involving the private sector in this mission, AHSICT's research will be strengthened and researchers will offer services that perfectly meet customer expectations.
In the long term, the number of students enrolled in bachelor's and master's degrees will be 600. In the near future, AHSICT will develop the research component and set up a doctoral school in the ICT sector. Access will be by competition. With the support of everyone, I remain convinced that AHSICT will very soon become the African ICT Hub.