– Colin Miles, the CEO of TZ APAC, expects that blockchain and web 3.0 curricula will become an integral part of secondary and tertiary education within the next three to five years.
– TZ APAC has partnered with the National University of Singapore (NUS)s School of Computing to support the development of the universitys new center for Nurturing Computing Excellence.
– As part of the partnership, TZ APAC has been tasked with creating a blockchain developer curriculum where students will be able to take part in classes, workshops, developer hackathons and other practicals aimed at educating students about the Tezos blockchain.
– TZ APAC will also be supporting the university through the provision of a grant, which will go towards administrative support for running courses for undergraduates, as well as postgraduates and PhD students and their final year projects.
– Singapore has been leading the way in terms of institutionalizing crypto education, said Miles, particularly when compared against other APAC countries.