Our courses and unique course delivery methods date back to 2006. Over the years we were able to successfully teach information security to boys and girls at the age of 16 and higher. Some of them were able to get a good-paying job at the age of eighteen. Most of them started working as professional security engineers after receiving 16 months of training. For more information on this topic see the testimonial section.
The primary mission of NGU is to assist high school graduates to enter today’s competitive job market within 16 months of training with us. Our strategy is to be updated about the job market and make sure our courses are aligned with market job demands. We always do our research about the current and future job market. Any student who studied with us for the last two years was able to get a high paying job instantly.
In the past our students sometimes faced challenges of not having a degree, NGU wants to complement our training with an Accredited Bachelor’s Degree. We were limited to the number of students that we could train, however with this online university we are able to teach more students regardless of their location. All they need to have is a fast internet connection to register to NGU university.
“The ISACA, a non-profit information security advocacy group, predicts there will be a global shortage of two million cybersecurity professionals by 2019. Every year in the U.S., 40,000 jobs for information security analysts go unfilled, and employers are struggling to fill 200,000 other cyber-security related roles, according to cybersecurity data tool CyberSeek. And for every ten cybersecurity job ads that appear on careers site Indeed, only seven people even click on one of the ads, let alone apply”