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25 Oct, 2022
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The tech giant will offer courses in computer programming, sales and data analysis among other subjects.

Google and Israel's Reichman University have set up a school to train high-tech professionals, as the Middle Eastern country's vibrant high-tech sector experiences a severe shortage of skilled tech workers.

Courses are being rolled out over the next few weeks and students completing courses at the school will earn credit towards a degree, the university said.

Courses, which will be held at the Google Campus in Tel Aviv and the Reichman University in the Israeli city of Herzliya, will be offered in programming, software testing, business development, sales and data analysis.

Google says, it will provide scholarships to participants, as the School will focus on students from under-represented communities "including women, the ultra-Orthodox, Arabs, members of the Ethiopian community and people from the geo-social periphery and disadvantaged socio-economic groups."