Blockchain is on everyone’s lips ‒ not least because the Crypto Valley stretching from Zug to Zurich is one of the global centres for this technology. But what is the story behind the new «Internet of Value»? What can this technology already do? What are its strengths, weaknesses, risks and areas of potential?
The CAS in Blockchain at the University of Zurich looks at these questions and in doing so addresses the topic at a uniquely wide-ranging level: computer scientists, lawyers, economists and financial specialists from the University of Zurich have joined forces to teach participants the technical basics as well as provide them with legal tools and economic knowledge about the applications. In doing so, they are able to call on first-hand experience from academic blockchain projects, consulting activities and company start-ups.
Professional practitioners who want to receive an in-depth insight into the various facets of blockchain technologies and gain an edge in knowledge based on relevant research findings.
Course days: September to December 2019, on Fridays and Saturdays
Project work: December 2019
Number of participants
Maximum of 30 participants.
University degree at master’s level or an equivalent qualification as well as basic knowledge in the fields of IT, law and economics.
MAS in Quantitative Finance
Participants of the MAS in Quantitative Finance can book individual modules (worth 3 ECTS points)
Every successful graduate receives a Certificate of Advanced Studies UZH in Blockchain (10 ECTS credits)
Center for Continuing Education of the University of Zurich, Schaffhauserstrasse 228, 8057 Zurich
CHF 8500.-, including course documentation
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