- United Kingdom
- European Union
- Non-governmental organisation (NGO); association; foundation/charitable organisation; community organisation (e.g. youth club)
- Young adults (18-30 years)
- Generally low-skilled/low educated persons (e.g. drop outs/early school leavers)
- Persons with low ICT-skills
- Persons with high ICT-skills
- Generally marginalized and disadvantaged groups
- Unemployed people
- Universities and colleges
- Other public institutions (e.g. employment agencies; ministries of education)
- Companies and other private employers (e.g. ICT industry)
- Learning content (e.g. Open Educational Resources such as MOOCs)
- Work experience; traineeships; internships
- Activities are provided partly for free/partly with fees.
- 10.000 - 100.000 people
Academy Cube combines e-learnings with jobs in a digital economy. It has been developed by leading global companies to strengthen tomorrow’s workforce and to open the door to new opportunities in the international labor market for motivated talents. Academy Cube connects talents with companies and offers practical course content with proven relevance for the industry.
The initiative was introduced in 2013 at CeBIT by Neelie Kroes, former European Commissioner for the Digital Agenda, and Jim Hagemann Snabe, former Co-CEO of SAP SE. In the interim, it has grown to become one of the most successful platforms for digital education with partners worldwide.
Academy Cube gGmbH is a global nonprofit company based in Ludwigshafen, Germany.