The media education platform in Dubai announces its specialized courses on Metaverse and Web 3.0

SAE Dubai, an educational institute specializing in the creative media industry, has announced a partnership with Web 3.0 consulting firm, Metacom, to launch accredited courses centered on related topics, such as Metaverse, at its campus in the emirate.

The Web 3.0 courses, which will start on April 17 and run for six weeks, will aim to provide students with the skills to “plan, create, and manage worlds in metaverse,” according to the institute’s announcement. In addition, the program will cover topics related to Metaverse, such as practical business and professional applications of the virtual world.

Under the partnership, Metacom will help SAE simplify technical concepts such as blockchain, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and metaverse interoperability.

The announcement stated: “The accredited course specialized in the world of Web 3.0 will be held in the Gulf region, and this course is considered a practical training for those wishing to hone their skills and increase their knowledge about Metaverse and Web 3.0 technologies.

According to the SAE website, the online and on-campus Web 3.0 courses, which cost AED 4,600, or about $1,250, will be available to students aged 17 and above and professionals looking to hone their skills. In addition, business owners can also To register their employees in this training course.

The courses will also use popular Web 3.0 tools, such as Metamask, Warblocks and Dycentraland, to teach up to 12 course topics, such as blockchain, cryptocurrency, non-fungible tokens, digital wallets, health, education and virtual retail.

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This announcement comes at a time when Metaverse continues to be adopted in the Middle East and used in many important areas of our real life, as the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, have already launched various initiatives to take advantage of the emerging technology.

Saudi Arabia recently stated that it is using Metaverse to lower planning and development costs for some of its projects, including NEOM and the Red Sea.

It should be noted that last year, the Government of Dubai in the UAE announced its Metaverse Strategy, which aims to promote Metaverse to attract more than 1,000 Web 3.0 companies to the emirate and secure more than 40,000 virtual jobs by 2030.

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