Ledger Projects, a local company specialising in Fintech, was the first organisation to take part in a scheme launched by the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Department, within the Faculty of ICT at the University of Malta, aimed at sponsoring the top performing students of the B.Sc. AI degree.
The student, Mr James Farrugia, will now embark on a fully paid M.Sc. AI in Fintech (2017-2018) held at the University of Malta. Mr James Farrugia was not only one of the top performing students of his year but also received the Dean’s Award. An Agreement to regulate this scholarship was signed by Mr David Schranz, CEO Ledger Projects, the University of Malta Rector, Professor Alfred J. Vella and scholarship awardee, Mr James Farrugia in the presence of Prof Alexiei Dingli, Head of the AI Department and Mr Anthony Mamo, Director Ledger Projects.