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Children's programming school from Saransk will open a representative office in Astana

16.01.2018 160 просмотров

Children's programming school "Softium", which is a resident of the Agency for Innovative Development of the Republic of Mordovia, will open a representative office in Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan.

This was reported in the press service of the Republican Agency.

"Children's programming school "Softium" opens a representative office in Astana. The signing of the agreement took place in early 2018. Kazakhstan became interested in the project after a marketing research was conducted by the Export Support Center of the Republic of Mordovia" , - the press service noted.

As noted on the website of the programming school, the opening of a class in Astana is expected in February.

"Softium" began work in February 2017 on the basis of a business incubator " Youth" in Saransk. As part of the project, children aged six and over learn the basic principles of programming, develop simple mobile applications and website layouts. At the same time, each student takes an individual course.

"In the fall (2017 - TASS note), three classes were opened in Nizhny Novgorod and a franchise school in Moscow. The franchise starter package includes rights to use the curriculum, launch technology, assistance in the selection of premises and personnel, in the promotion and development of branded advertising materials," the Agency for Innovative Development noted.

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