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42 Amman, a program by the Crown Prince Foundation, is a future-proof computer science program that aims to educate Jordan's next generation of coders. The program is part of the global network of 42, which is tackling the world-wide digital developer shortage by changing the face of education through its unique methodology.
Utilizing an innovative peer-to-peer, project-based, teacher-less, tuition-free approach, 42 Amman will graduate highly skilled developers ready to take on the challenges of the future.
42 Amman is a program by the Crown Prince Foundation, led in partnership with CHAMS Association, and strategic partnership of the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation of Jordan, the French Embassy in Jordan, and implemented by the College of Advanced Vocational Training of Jordan (CAVT).
42 Amman works in close collaboration with industry partners to increase the employment opportunities for its graduates.
Ecole 42 was founded in 2013 in Paris and currently has more than 52 campuses worldwide in 31 countries and over 18,000 graduates.
Opening: Spring 2024
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