On December 4th, 2023, Wawiwa Tech signed a new partnership with the University of Monterrey (UDEM), a prestigious educational institution known for its commitment to excellence in Mexico. We are thrilled about this partnership that aims to reskill the next generation of tech talent in Monterrey and Mexico.
Partnership Signing Ceremony
Wawiwa Tech, a global leader in reskilling and upskilling people to tech jobs in high demand, offers its local university partners – like UDEM – career-oriented tech training programs that incorporate Artificial Intelligence (AI) modules.
Jorge Iván Ramírez González, New Product Designer at the University of Monterrey, said: “UDEM has recognized the importance of incorporating new, in-demand tech educational programs that directly contribute to employability in today’s rapidly evolving job market.” UDEM will initially offer Wawiwa’s Frontend Developer Program to the local community. This reskilling program is designed to train students with the knowledge and skills required by the tech industry with respect to this job role. According to Ramirez, in the future, UDEM might expand its training portfolio with additional Wawiwa training programs.
Eran Lasser, Wawiwa’s Founder and CEO, said: “The tech ecosystem in Mexico is rapidly evolving, with an increasing demand for skilled software developers. Recent reports indicate a growing need for over 65,000 software developers in the coming years. Our partnership is a timely response to such demand.”
The partnership between UDEM and Wawiwa Tech is rooted in shared values. UDEM’s innovative approach to higher education involves blending academic rigor with practical, real-world applications and a global mindset. Wawiwa’s mission – to Reskill the World to Tech and bridge the gap between academia and industry – follows the same path. Together, we are not just educating; we are creating well-rounded professionals on a pathway for growth and problem solving.