A French business school accepts bitcoin.
Working in the sector of blockchain-based IT development is now very profitable and for this reason, various schools are being set up to train future technicians in this sector.
One of these is located in Paris and offers various degree courses in business administration and a Master in Business Administration (MBA).
Founded in 2014, the Financia Business School is becoming part of the French educational landscape, especially with regard to new emerging fields, such as blockchain technology. In this context, it offers several courses dedicated to cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
One of the peculiarities of this school is that it allows students to pay for their studies in cryptocurrencies, more precisely, in bitcoin. The school, in fact, has entered into a partnership with a company called Coin Capital that allows not only to receive payments in bitcoin but also to track with precision and timeliness all the money transfers made in this way.
To date, 5 students have already paid their fees in bitcoin.
In fact, about a quarter of the students come from foreign countries and it was precisely to encourage cross-border payments that the school considered it appropriate to allow bitcoin payments.
Some students who graduated from the Financia Business School are already working for large companies, such as Crédit Agricole, Société Générale and BNP Paribas, which suggests that the labour market for specialists in these sectors is actually vibrant.