Abu Dhabi launches tuition-free coding school without teachers

Abu Dhabi launches tuition-free coding school without teachers

It offers tuition-free, peer-to-peer learning methods free of charge to help nurture a future-ready workforce.

Abu Dhabi on Sunday has launched a new innovative coding school without teachers or classrooms with 225 pupils, 40 per cent of whom are women, Emirates News Agency (WAM) reported.

Sheikh Khaled bin Mohamed, a member of Abu Dhabi executive council and chairman of Abu Dhabi executive office, inaugurated 42 Abu Dhabi’s purpose-built campus in Mina Zayed.

42 Abu Dhabi is the first branch to open in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) of Paris-based 42 network. The school has been given initial accreditation by the national qualification centre.

“This pioneering new school will provide an additional educational platform to build digital skills and a home-grown, future-ready workforce equipped to lead the technology-driven economy of the 21st century,” Khaleej Times quoted Sheikh Khalid.

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It offers tuition-free, peer-to-peer learning methods free of charge to help nurture a future-ready workforce. Instead, participants study independently and work on projects.

Operating 24 hours a day, offering its programs free of charge, the college aims to cultivate creativity, collaboration, and self-discipline.

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