Susana Gomes from Triesen will be studying at the University of Liechtenstein for free. Her participation in the Blockchain and FinTech certificate program will be funded by Bank Frick. The bank has been cooperating with the University of Liechtenstein in this area since 2019.

Bank Frick is awarding a scholarship of 9,800 Swiss francs to the University of Liechtenstein, as the University reported in a press release. This funding will enable Susana Gomes from Triesen to take part in the Blockchain and FinTech course for free. The certificate program was created by the University of Liechtenstein on the initiative of Bank Frick.
“Since it began in 2019, the cooperation between the University of Liechtenstein and Bank Frick has been a real success,” said Martin Angerer, study leader of the Blockchain and Fintech certificate program. “Full courses and high demand for the scholarship and other projects clearly demonstrate the great relevance for the country and the whole Rhine Valley region.” 
The Blockchain and FinTech course focuses on the application-oriented transfer of knowledge for the technological redesign of existing financial systems. In her application for the scholarship, Susana Gomes impressed with her great dedication and independence, the University reported. The new scholarship winner is already studying for a Bachelor’s in Business Administration at the University of Liechtenstein. Susana Gomes also runs her own beauty salon

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