Benefits for Academia
Shape the Future of Fintech Learning
In recent years, one of the biggest developments has been the growing research and development collaboration between business and academia, which provides academics with a chance to create and develop programmes that can solve useful problems, particularly in finance and technology. Businesses, meanwhile, benefit from access to the brightest minds in the country.
We work with leading fintech colleges and universities on the island, with access to the most up-to-date programmes that connect businesses to universities offering more programmes and apprenticeship opportunities, gaining valuable skills that will not only help those in Fintech find employment but allows consideration for alternative career’s and individual business ideas.
We go beyond programme design – we aim to include on-the-job learning opportunities and career pathways, helping upcoming talent stretch themselves through practical tasks and to solve problematic learning situations – learn by doing, and develop the necessary competencies to help adapt to future requirements and the changing environment.
TFC & DWEN
Emotional Intelligence: the impact, benefit, and challenge to both the Fintech and DWEN communities.