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ETS Global chose the blockchain for the TOEIC® score report
In order ETS Global, the TOEIC English test provider, now offers applicants the option of receiving their score via a paperless score report.In order ETS Global, the TOEIC English test provider, now offers applicants the option of receiving their score via a paperless score report.
ESCP Business School Launched its Blockchain-based Digital Credentials Service
At the start of the 2021 academic year, ESCP Business School is implementing an ambitious and innovative blockchain project: graduates of the prestigious business school will now have a 100% digital and tamper-proof version of their precious diplomas.
With nearly 70,000 students and more than 6,000 employees, the Université de Lille is a major European player for training, research, innovation and commitment to social issues.
“BCdiploma is involved with the University of Lille in an ambitious project: to issue blockchain digital credentials for the 25,000 graduates of the University, and to deploy the EBSI diplomas use case within Fr.EBSI.”
emlyon business school, the first business school to adopt blockchain certification on a large scale.
“This service is offered to all graduates in the emlyon alumni network, currently more than 18,000 people. It enhances the emlyon business school brand and the school’s leadership position in the areas of student experience and digital innovation.”
The universities and colleges in Ontario (Canada) have chosen BCdiploma for their micro-certifications project connecting professionals and academics. This is an opportunity for them to use the first 100% blockchain Open Badge designed by BCdiploma.
“A flexible and trusted system of recognition is essential for professionals and employers who are increasingly moving towards skill- or aptitude-based recruitment. Micro-certificates differ from traditional qualifications, such as degrees and diplomas, and contribute particular value and relevance in the world of work.”