One of the Spanish universities (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) and Grant Thornton present the first Master in Blockchain and Cryptoeconomics in Spain in order to train new professionals in this technology and let Spain be a pioneer of new researches.
The managing partner of technological and innovation consultancy of Grant Thornton, Luis Pastor affirmed that the possibilities that blockchain technology offers to the companies “not only to banking and finance sector, but practically to any area of business, starting from insurance, energy or construction, generate the need for good professionals trained in the area “. The master is aimed at students from the Law or Economics as technical profiles and its plan of studies has been designed to include knowledge in technical, legal and business aspects, in order to provide comprehensive training, regardless of knowledge prior to the student.
Master with practices and final degree project:
The master has two common modules, each of them with an approximate duration of one quarter, plus a final module of training practices or complement studies, to which is added a final master’s degree project, in which all the knowledge acquired during the course shall be used.
The internship program, of face-to-face nature, will be held in the facilities of companies, including the organizing company and the classes, which will be taught in the facilities of the Higher Polytechnic School of the Autonomous University of Madrid.
The master will start on September 13, 2018 and end on May 18, 2019.