By Embassy of Mexico to the Eastern Caribbean States
ST LUCIA / MEXICO – The government of Mexico along with multinational technology company HUAWEI have launched the second edition of the scholarship program “HUAWEI-SRE 1,000 Talents for the Digital Development of Latin America and the Caribbean: Closing the digital gender gap”, for women interested in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) students, professionals and/or academics interested.
The programs will be conducted completely online and in English language, with a duration of 6 to 20 hours depending on the chosen area:
- Artificial Intelligence (HCIA-AI);
- Internet of Things (HCIA-IoT);
- Data Communication (HCIA-Datacom);
- Data storage;
- Cloud service;
- Macro Data (Big Data).
It is suggested that participants have previous knowledge in ICT and/or physical-mathematical sciences and engineering.
Expenses covered and benefits include exemption from the cost for the course certification, which has a value of US$200.00; assistance through online sessions with Huawei experts and partners; participants who pass the relevant certification exam will be able to obtain a digital HCIA certificate valid for three years (at no cost) and a Diploma of participation.
Applicants must create an account and register their candidacy on the website: before March 28, 2022 at 11:59 pm (Mexico City time).