Huawei, Bangladeshi university start first batch of training program

DHAKA, Jan. 13 (Xinhua) -- The first training program of Huawei-BUET ICT Academy has started here.

Chinese tech giant Huawei and Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) jointly launched the non-profit education program to equip young learners with industry-fit skills.

In a statement received here Friday, Huawei said students will be attending the training for nearly five months at the academy.

The curriculum of the ongoing first program covers Routing and Switching (IP Networks), and 5G (Cellular and Mobile Networks). Gradually the academy will cover 83 certification programs on 19 subjects in further courses. The participants will be given a chance to communicate with more than 3,000 instructors from around the world.

Editor: Tian Shenyoujia
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