Scaler Neovarsity is a one-of-a-kind Online University that came into existence to:
Upgrade the teaching and learning practices
Reinvent education in the digital age
Address the growing demand for education and jobs
Scaler partnered with Woolf Higher Education Institution to create a Master’s Program to re-invent higher education in the field of Computer Science to make graduates industry-ready by matching the skill demands of the industry. Designed by industry experts, the program does not compromise on the academic standards for which we approached the European Union which follows the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) for accreditation.
Working professionals with an Undergraduate Degree & 1 year of work experience are eligible to join Scaler Neovarsity.
Given our learners will be working professionals, the classes will be held in the late evening or night on weekdays and at any suitable time on the weekends.
No problem, all our live sessions are recorded and you will have access to these recordings after the lecture is completed.
Interested candidates are first required to register for the program, submit their documents and pay the fee. Post verification of documents, you’ll receive a confirmation over email with your Learning Management System credentials and batch details.
Yes, once you complete the course you will be awarded a Master’s Degree Certificate from Scaler Neovarsity and Woolf Higher Education Institution.
This Master’s Program is 18-months long.
The evaluation system of the Master’s Program is designed to test the student's progress systematically, through internal assessments as well as Mock assignments, viva-voce and contests.
No, we start the program from scratch teaching you all the foundational skills. You need not have any prior knowledge of Coding.
We encourage you to join the program and choose a batch with a date in the first month of payment. After some time your batch might be ineligible for upgrade.
When a student has a doubt, he/she can raise a ‘Help Request’. This ‘Help Request’ would be circulated within the peer group first in order to foster a sense of giving back and create a sense of community. In parallel, the Teaching Assistant will be informed about the ‘Help Request’. The doubt can either be clarified by the peer group or by the Teaching Assistants via text or a video call.
We provide three kinds of placement support: 1) Through our network with hundreds of employer partners, we would arrange for you to have access to job opportunities 2) Our community frequently posts job opportunities from their network as well 3) Preparation assistance via mock interviews, resume reviews, etc.
Our employer partners range from technology MNCs (Multinational Corporations) to fast-growing startups to companies in the financial services space.