Edtech startup AlmaBetter partners with Woolf to deliver accredited degrees to thousands of online learners

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Edtech startup AlmaBetter partners with Woolf to deliver accredited degrees to thousands of online learners
Edtech startup AlmaBetter partners with Woolf to deliver accredited degrees to thousands of online learners

AlmaBetter Innovarsity is a testament to Woolf’s ability to empower leading education organizations by ensuring their world-class programs are globally recognized and accessible.

AlmaBetter, a leading Bengaluru-based edtech start-up for upskilling college students and working professionals, today announced the launch of AlmaBetter Innovarsity in partnership with Woolf, a global collegiate university. As the newest member college of Woolf, AlmaBetter Innovarsity will offer EU-accredited master’s degrees in Computer Science, with four specialization options, including Data Science and Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Software Engineering, and Cloud Computing. The 15-month, part-time programs are designed to equip learners in a post-ChatGPT era with the tech skills and knowledge needed to succeed in today’s dynamic and rapidly changing job market.

Innovarsity is a testament to Woolf’s ability to empower leading education organizations by ensuring their world-class programs are globally recognized and accessible. Degrees from Woolf are issued with European ECTS credits that are recognized by more than 50 countries. Woolf has also been independently evaluated by ECE and FIS to be “equivalent of US regional academic accreditation,” and Woolf degrees have been evaluated to be equivalent to those from “a regionally accredited institution.”

“Our aim is to provide the highest quality of tech education to every learner in the country, equipping them with requisite skills to forge a thriving career in niche tech domains. AlmaBetter Innovarsity and its affiliation with Woolf is a milestone moment in this journey. With this step, we look forward to becoming foundational pillars in nurturing the country’s tech talent pool,” said Shivam Dutta, CEO and Co-founder of AlmaBetter.

Designed for working professionals aspiring to work globally, the new master’s programs from Innovarsity will issue graduates stackable academic credits that count towards points-based immigration systems and provide visa opportunities in Europe, US, and Canada. Learners will also receive extensive support from both the AlmaBetter and Woolf community. The programs come with a placement assurance with the company’s network of 700+ hiring partners.

“At Woolf, we are delighted to partner with AlmaBetter expanding accredited offerings in domains that are in high demand in today’s tech industry,” said Joshua Broggi, Founder and Head of Institution at Woolf. “AlmaBetter Innovarsity’s high-quality tech curriculum, taught by the most capable educators, will be accessible to learners worldwide, which has always been our goal.”

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