Teach Crypto Subjects In School? Five Universities Say “Why not?”

If you haven’t found it out yet, there are actually five Spanish-speaking universities which are currently offering cryptocurrency courses. These are the universities that offer the said courses:



Universidad de Alcalá is located in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, Spain, and has been providing education since 1293. The university offers a course named Master in Ethereum, Blockchain Technology and Crypto-Economics.

Also in Spain is the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) which has been established in 1968. For those who are interested in learning about blockchain, the university will be offering a short course entitled “Blockchain: from cryptocurrencies to business models.”

However, enrollees are advised to contact the university as soon as they can, as the course will be taught from July 18 until 20 only.

Thirdly, the Universidad Europea Madrid, which is a private university that offers a postgraduate diploma in Bitcoin and blockchain which lasts for about six months, and will start in October this year.


Instituto Tecnológico de Buenos Aires (ITBA), a university in Argentina, also offers a crypto-related course entitled “Cryptoeconomics: blockchain intelligent contracts and cryptocurrencies.”

The course will run from July 11 until September 26, so applicants have better reserve their slots while they can.


The Instituto de Estudios Superiores de Administración (IESA), a renowned business school in Venezuela, was founded in 1965. And through the years, it has expanded from Caracas to Maracaibo and Valencia.

Currently, the school is offering a course named “Cryptocurrency, blockchain, and business in the new economy, opportunities, and challenges for management and business.”

Likewise, the course will run from July 20 to September 29, with 60 hours allocated to teach the subject. So applicants have better hurry and sign up for the course.

(Photo Credits: M.Peinado from Alcalá de Henares, España (007194 – Alcalá de Henares))

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