GMQTECH’s incorporation into Digitalent, a group promoted by Magnum Capital and ISDI with the aim of developing a global educational leader in the digital era, has been completed.
GMQTECH is a Centre for Higher Vocational Training Studies specialising in the IT family, created in Madrid in 2018, with a clear focus: to achieve the best employability of its students. In this short space of time, GMQTECH has managed to position itself as a benchmark in this training environment, in which there are very few institutions specialising in this subject. GMQTECH is an institution 100% focused on Computer Science, Technology and Digitalisation, which is why it has the most complete training itineraries, the most expert teachers and the best employability relationship with the companies in the sector.
The incorporation of GMQTECH opens to the Digitalent Group the access to the official Professional Training in the vertical of Computer Science, achieving in this way to cover the majority of the training demand of the Technological and Digital sector through a variety of programmes adapted to the different market segments: Master´s degrees and Executive Courses in Digital Business aimed at professionals and Training for companies through ISDI, Online Master´s degrees with a focus on Latin America through IEBS, Programming Seminars focused on professional recycling with Skylab Coders and now Professional Training and IT Specialisation for the youngest with GMQTECH.
“This agreement allows us to extend our prestigious education model for the digital age to the IT and Technology Vocational Training environment. Being part of the DIGITALENT group will provide even greater job opportunities for GMQTECH students and offer a gateway for them to continue to grow in training over time in a new work environment where employability is linked to continuing to learn with the best.”Javier Rodríguez Zapatero, President of DIGITALENT and former CEO of Google
With this operation, the Digitalent project created by Magnum Capital and the founders of ISDI, reinforces its determination to consolidate the leading high education group for the digital era, which in just over a year has already integrated 6 specialised schools: ISDI Skylab Coders, ISDE, ESERP and now GMQTECH.
Pinsent Masons Madrid office advised Digitalent with a Corporate/M&A team led by partner Inmaculada Castelló Bernabeu, together with associates Helen Stewart and Rocío García Nardiz.