Applications for the Google Africa Developer Scholarships are currently being accepted. The Google Africa Certification Program is developed by Google to provide training to 100,000 Africans over software development. The program aimed at helping successful candidates become certified on Google’s Android, Web, and Cloud technologies.
The program is offering 30,000 additional scholarship opportunities and 1,000 grants for the Google Associate Android Developer, Mobile Web Specialist, and Associate Cloud Engineer certifications.
The scholarship program will be delivered by Google partners, Pluralsight and Andela, through an intensive learning curriculum designed to prepare motivated learners for entry-level and intermediate roles as software developers.
- Host Institutions: The training will be delivered through, Pluralsight and Andela platform. The program is done Online. This mean you can take the courses anywhere you have internet access.
- Fields of Study: Software development (mobile technologies and Cloud platforms).
- Number of Awards: 30,000 scholarships opportunities and 1,000 grants. After completing your desired skills development track, you will be eligible to receive a Google certification grant to take Google’s Associate Android Developer, Mobile Web Specialist and Associate Cloud Engineer certification exams.
- Duration: Not specified.
- Eligible countries: Open to residents of African countries.
Google Africa Certification Program Benefits
Selected candidates for the Google Africa Developer Scholarships will have the following benefits:
- Master in-demand Google developer skills with expert-authored Pluralsight content
- Receive support from the ALC program
- Qualify to receive a Google certification grant and take the related Google certification exam for free
- Opportunity to join Andela as a software engineer
Google Africa Certification Program Eligibility
In order to participate in the Google Africa Developer Scholarships program, you must be at least 18 years of age and be a resident of a country in Africa.
You may also be eligible for the:
- International Excellence Scholarship at Brunel University;
- MISF Du Pré Grants For Multiple Sclerosis Researchers;
- Edinburgh Online Learning Masters Scholarships;
- Kanthari Leadership Training for Social Change;
- University Of Adelaide Australian Government Scholarship.
Interested applicants who would like to apply for the Google Africa Developer program, must click on the apply button below and follow instructions to submit their applications.
Applications reception are ongoing. For more detail on the Google Africa Certification Program, please visit the official page. To be the first to see latest opportunities, please follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.