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The E&S Group KSU Fresher’s Week Winner

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The E&S Group KSU Fresher’s Week Winner

As you already know the E&S Group team took part in KSU Fresher’s Week organised at the University of Malta where we held a competition for attentiveness and agility among the University undergraduates. We offered the participants to go through the labyrinth as fast as possible to have an opportunity to win the main prize – a tablet.

During the 5 days of Fresher’s Week, nearly 100 young people participated in this competition of skill whilst also trying out their luck. Last Monday the front-runner of the competition was announced. 

 The winner of the maze competition was Liam Grech, to his disbelief, with the fastest time achieved, 4.92 sec to be exact! Liam is undergraduate doing his Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Mathematics and Statistics and Operations Research. Let us wish him good luck in writing his thesis this academic year and promising career prospects!

E&S Group provides a range of services including ICO Legal Services, Corporate Services, iGaming, International Tax Planning, Financial Planning, Tokenomics, and more. If you are a student willing to work in one of these fields in the future, be sure to get in touch!

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Refreshing KSU

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Refreshing KSU

E&S Group was participating in the KSU Fresher’s Week organised at the University of Malta, 1-5 of October. There are around 11,500 students, including about 1,000 international students from 92 different countries and 450 visiting overseas students, following full-time or part-time degree and diploma courses in the Maltese University. on the 1st week of October fourteen Faculties, eighteen Institutes, thirteen Centers and three Schools of the campuses in Msida and Valletta opened their doors for the freshers.

The opening ceremony was followed by numerous workshops, quests, games and activities organised by the University’s students communities and partnering organizations, including E&S Group which had its tent welcoming students and graduates. During the 5 days of the event, the company representatives from legal, accounting, corporate and marketing departments were inviting students with a related background to complete the internship with E&S Group. As a result, we got 37 applications from law students, 45 – from economists and accountants, and 35 application forms were filled in by undergraduates studying education, communications, media and design.

Except for spreading the information about its services and career opportunities, the E&S team also organised the competition where the winner is to get the tablet as the main prize. The number of participants reached almost 100! We are comparing top 5 results now to get in touch with the lucky winner as soon as possible, so keep your cell phone on.

E&S Group is growing and will be happy to see young talents among its professionals. If you miss the opportunity to visit our stand, the information about our operating principles, services and the company development can be also found in our brochure left in the following departments: Faculty of Economics, Management & Accountancy (FEMA), Faculty of Information & Communication Technology (ICT), Faculty of Laws, Institute of Digital Games, ICT Building, IT Services, Library, DegreePlus, KSU noticeboard.

 

E&S Group provides a range of services including ICO Legal Services, Corporate Services, iGaming, International Tax Planning, Financial Planning, Tokenomics, and more. If you are a student willing to work in one of these fields in the future, be sure to get in contact!

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5 ways DLT Technology can improve education

Categories Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, ICOs, University, Technology, Education

5 ways DLT Technology can improve education

Blockchain is a public ledger, distributed across multiple nodes that automatically records and verifies any transactions that are made on it. This technology powers cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and Ethereum but it also has the ability to change a range of other industries, including education.

But how can it transform the traditional sector of education? Here are just a few ideas.

  1. Currently, degree certificates are easy to forge. One can log onto the internet, pay a fee and receive a fake credential in a matter of hours- something that causes a big headache for employers. Several universities around the world have already implemented a system of granting degrees over the blockchain, meaning that it is impossible for anyone to forge, alter, or add to without the correct authorisation.
  2. Sony Global Education has created an educational platform along with IBM that uses blockchain to store and share student records. Using this platform, comprehensive student records can be stored in one place and can be accessed easily by anyone who is given access to the network.
  3. In the near future, students will be able to create and store their CVs on the blockchain. Each qualification or work experience section can be authorised in an immutable way, meaning that the days of people lying on their CV’s will be over.
  4. Smart contracts can be used to manage students’ and teachers’ attendance, particularly when a minimum amount of attendance is necessary to pass a particular module. By ‘checking in’ on the network, smart contracts can then execute a number of steps that validate both assignment and attendance completion.
  5. DLT can help the way that libraries collect, store, and verify documents as well as digital rights for papers, documents, and books. Enhanced metadata archives can support community-based collections and facilitate better management, and recalling of information.

These are just 5 ways that blockchain has the power to totally disrupt the education sector. From verifying students credentials to improving the management of institutions libraries, blockchain has the ability to bring many old ways of doing things, into the 21st century.

 

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