Friday, 28 January 2011

Ecole Européenne des Métiers de l'Internet launched

Jacques-Antoine Granjon, founder of, Marc Simoncini, founder of Meetic and Xavier Niel, founder of Free, launched a new initiative somehow grandly entitled Ecole Européenne des Métiers de l'Internet, which may be translated as European School of Internet Crafts. It targets High School graduates and offers a curriculum "permanently in adequation with the professional environment". Trainings offered include: Project management,  Web design and graphics, Webmarketing and innovation, Multimedia development and programming, Communication and web analytics. Courses are apparently only taught in French.

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