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Explore Azure’s AI functionality and learn Python basics for machine learning

Offered through a collaboration with Microsoft, this microcredential will teach you the fundamentals of AI and provide you with the skills to design and build an AI solution using Microsoft Azure. We will prepare you for the Microsoft Azure AI Engineer Associate (AI) certification; the cost of this microcredential includes vouchers for this exam.

Take your first steps towards an AI career

Artificial intelligence is one of the key drivers of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Accordingly, artificial intelligence skills are frequently listed among the most in-demand workplace skills in the current and future job market, as organisations seek to harness AI to revolutionise their operations.

While in-demand tech skills are changing, employers are faced with a shortfall of qualified candidates.

On this microcredential, you’ll address this challenge by developing key AI skills that can serve as the first steps towards becoming an AI engineer, business analyst, or AI professional.

Build an AI solution with Microsoft Azure

Azure is Microsoft’s cloud-computing platform, used by more than 95% of Fortune companies.

As well as learning to use this advanced Azure AI functionality, you’ll get the latest Microsoft Azure training, gaining a detailed introduction to the core services on offer. These skills will boost your employability beyond just AI or machine-learning jobs.

Develop Python AI skills

Machine learning drives the predictive models at the heart of artificial intelligence. You’ll build key data science and machine learning skills, using the popular Python programming language.

This machine learning credential covers basic Python for data science, data science research methods, and machine learning for Python.

Develop an AI chatbot in Microsoft Azure

The culmination of this AI course will be an introduction to Azure Cognitive Services, which you’ll use to create your own chatbot. Using LUIS (Language Understanding), you’ll discover how to use machine learning to improve your chatbot using natural-language processing.

By the end of the microcredential you’ll have a solid understanding of the practical skills needed for AI and machine learning jobs.

Will I earn a Microsoft Role-based Azure certification?

Yes. If you successfully complete this microcredential, you’ll receive a voucher to sit a separate exam to earn the Microsoft Azure AI Engineer Associate (AI) certification.

What skills will you learn?

  • Azure Cloud Portal administration
  • Azure Cognitive Services
  • Azure machine learning models
  • Python programming
  • Machine learning algorithms
  • Statistics for AI
  • Mathematics for AI
  • Chatbot development and LUIS integration
  • Microsoft bot framework

What you will achieve

By the end of the microcredential, you’ll be able to

  • Explore fundamentals of navigation of Microsoft Azure Administration portal

  • Apply the principles of machine learning and the use of Python and Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services to work with Text, Speech, Images and Videos

  • Produce and manipulate Python Lists, Numpy arrays and build custom plots on real data

  • Design and develop good data collection strategies to putting results in context

  • Develop Azure Cognitive Service Accounts

  • Design and develop chat bots on Azure Cognitive Services

  • Develop an implementation of integration of LUIS into a bot

Are you eligible for this microcredential?

There are no specific entry requirements for this credential but it’s a hands-on course, so some basic Python skills, knowledge of and experience in C# or Creative Studio, and experience working with data from Excel, databases, or text files, would help you to hit the ground running.

Machine learning leans heavily on mathematics, so a high-school level of maths and basic understanding of statistics is also highly advantageous.

You should be willing to learn through exploration and hands-on practice.

Is this microcredential right for you?

This microcredential is for professionals who’d like to boost their employability and build AI career skills needed to plug the AI skills gap.

This may include:

  • Applied machine learning specialists and engineer
  • AI analyst
  • AI statistician
  • AI researcher or scientist
  • Artificial intelligence engineer or developer
  • Data and AI architect
  • Business intelligence analyst

Gaining Microsoft Role-Based Azure certification by passing the two additional exams (included in the course price) will open the door to Microsoft Azure administrative and AI engineer roles.


What happens before, during, and after your microcredential

  • Before learning

    You’ll have access to our online welcome area where you’ll be can start conversations with your fellow learners and read any announcements or additional information relating to your microcredential, along with ongoing access to support from mentors and facilitators throughout your learning journey.

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    Microsoft Future Ready: Azure Cloud Fundamentals

    This course will provide foundational level knowledge of cloud services and how those services are provided with Microsoft Azure.

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  • Microsoft Future Ready: Essential Mathematics for Machine Learning and AI

    Learn the essential mathematical foundations for machine learning and artificial intelligence.

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    Microsoft Future Ready: Introduction to Python Programming

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    Microsoft Future Ready: Designing and Implementing an Azure AI Solution (AI Engineer Associate)

    This course is designed as one advanced next step from the Introduction to AI course.

  • After learning

    Upon successful completion of this microcredential, you’ll receive a voucher to sit the Microsoft Azure AI Engineer Associate (AI) certification exam.

What you will receive

A Certificate of Completion from CloudSwyft

You’ll also receive a digital certificate of completion for each individual course in this microcredential, as well as hands-on lab completed badges. Badges can be added to your LinkedIn or social media profiles as evidence of your practical experience.

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Additional benefits

Learners will also receive vouchers to sit the Microsoft Azure AI Engineer Associate (AI) exam.

What is a microcredential?

Microcredentials are designed to upskill you for work in rapidly-growing industries, without the time and cost commitment of a full degree. Your microcredential can stand alone as an independent credential, and some also offer academic credit to use towards a degree.

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Test your understanding with online tutor-marked assessments and exercises.

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Use your microcredential as evidence of your specialised skills and progress further in your industry.

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Researcher - Deep Learning - Microsoft Research

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Engineer - Machine Learning - Microsoft Research

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About this Course

Gain a high-level introduction to the field of machine learning and prepare to use Azure Machine Learning Studio to train machine learning models. Plus, learn how to perform a variety of tasks on Azure Machine Learning labs — from data import, transformation and management to training, validating and evaluating models.

Access to the Azure Machine Learning Labs will close after a predetermined number of students have completed the course.

Course Cost

Approx. 2 Months

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Included in Product

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Course Leads

Aniththa Umamahesan

Aniththa Umamahesan

Program Manager, Microsoft Azure Machine Learning

Abe Omorogbe

Abe Omorogbe

Program Manager, Microsoft

Zoiner Tejada

Zoiner Tejada

CEO & Architect, Solliance

Ciprian Jichici

Ciprian Jichici

Chief Data Scientist, Solliance

What You Will Learn

Prerequisites and Requirements

The Introduction to Machine Learning using Microsoft Azure course is intended for learners who have prior programming knowledge in any language, preferably Python, and are comfortable writing scripts. Having a knowledge of basic statistics will also help with deploying the Machine Learning models in this course.

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Why Take This Course

As more and more services move to the cloud, the need for machine learning expertise in cloud infrastructure increases. In fact, nearly 90% of companies rely on cloud computing. Microsoft Azure is one of the top cloud providers among Fortune companies, and this free course aims to enable a new generation of machine learning practitioners to progress their careers.

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  • Taught by industry professionals

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Machine Learning Uncertainty Quantification Internship

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Project Tokyo, Microsoft Research Cambridge (UK) is looking to hire a machine learning (ML) intern to advance research in the explainability of human-in-the-loop ML systems. The project will focus on quantifying and explaining uncertainty in few-shot recognition models on real-world heterogenous video data in ways that are useful to a user of the system. The candidate should have technical expertise in few-shot learning/meta-learning and uncertainty quantification, with desirable expertise in the following areas: video recognition/classification, robustness/calibration in deep learning models. They should also be passionate about human-centric applications of AI for social good (e.g. assistive technologies for people who are blind/low-vision). The outcomes of the project may lead to a publication in a relevant conference and/or integration into a Microsoft product or application.

Thus, the internship offers a unique opportunity to have real-world impact and drive state-of-the-art research at the intersection of ML and human-computer interaction, in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team.

Internship duration: 12 weeks

Start date: October/November (flexible)


  • Undertake cutting-edge research in quantifying and explaining uncertainty in few-shot recognition models on real-world heterogenous video data. 
  • Write research code to test new approaches or develop novel theoretical and practical insights. 
  • Collaboration with a diverse and multi-disciplinary team. 
  • Clearly communicate research ideas and results in writing, such as research papers, presentations, or research notes for internal and external audiences. 



  • Currently pursuing a PhD in machine learning, deep learning, or a related area. Exceptional Masters students with research experience will be considered. All applicants must be currently enrolled in an educational institution. 
  • Demonstrable strong understanding of state-of-the-art deep learning approaches in few-shot learning/meta-learning and uncertainty quantification (e.g. through publications, demos, course projects, etc.). 
  • Demonstrable ability to drive high-quality research insights through publications in top-tier conferences and journals (e.g. NeurIPS, ICML, ICLR, ICCV, CVPR, JMLR).
  • Hands-on experience in implementing and empirically evaluating deep learning approaches in PyTorch.  
  • Effective communication skills and ability to work in a collaborative environment.  
  • Ability to re-locate to the UK for the duration of the internship. 


  • Demonstrable expertise in any of the following areas: video recognition/classification, robustness/calibration in deep learning models (e.g. through publications, demos, course projects, etc.). 
  • Passion for human-centric applications of AI for social good (e.g. assistive technologies for people who are blind/low-vision). 
  • Experience working in a multi-disciplinary team with diverse skill sets. 
  • Authored/contributed to open-source code projects (e.g. on GitHub). 

Microsoft is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, family or medical care leave, gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, national origin, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, protected veteran status, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, regulations and ordinances. 


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Thanks to the continued dominance of cloud computing, there’s never been a better time to start a career in the world of Microsoft Azure.

Microsoft’s cloud platform offers a mind-bending range of cloud-based apps and services, giving users access to cutting-edge technological developments and formidable computing power they need to transform the way they operate.

To date, Microsoft has Azure data centers in countries and serves more global regions than any other cloud provider. New locations will be coming to the United Arab Emirates and Switzerland in the next year. This enormous network of infrastructure is part of the reason why the majority of Fortune companies trust Azure.

As more businesses flock to Microsoft Azure, demand for skilled cloud professionals is only going to increase. Right now, there’s nowhere near enough Azure talent around to fill the increasing number of roles on the market. Companies are battling to land the best candidates, driving up wages in the process, and putting those with the skills to do the job in a very comfortable position.

They say there’s no such thing as a job for life anymore, and in a fast-changing sector like tech, it’s certainly true that professionals need to keep upskilling throughout their careers to stay up to speed. But if you want to build a rewarding, lifelong career in tech, you need to get on board with cloud.

According to IDC, almost 40% of all IT jobs will be cloud-focused by Serverless computing is the new normal, and those who start equipping themselves with valuable skills now will make themselves irreplaceable for years to come.

Let’s look at some of the best Azure careers you can get into today, that’ll take you into tomorrow.

All salary information is taken from our Microsoft Azure Salary Survey and is accurate as of July  

What does an Azure Administrator do?

The role of administrator is a vital one across many technologies; admins keep their fingers on the pulse of their systems, installing, configuring, and monitoring everyday functions and ensuring everything is running as it should.

Azure Administrators need to have a good grip on topics like SQL databases, back up and disaster recovery, virtualization, high availability techniques to ensure their Azure platform is in top shape at all times. They’ll be expected to monitor the performance of Azure apps and services, perform audits, and proactively work to optimize functionality.

Admins often act as the bridge between Azure users and the technical team behind it, so they need to be able to communicate well with users of all experience levels.

As an Azure Admin, you might be working in-house at an end user organization, overseeing its own Azure products and leasing with users to help them get the most out of the services. Or, you could be working for a Microsoft Partner, providing managed services to their clients and working on a number of different Azure instances or providing support for businesses migrating to the cloud.

If you want to get a head start on your Azure Administrator career, Microsoft has released a brand new role-based certification, especially for those interested in this position.

The Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate certification verifies that you have the skills to perform the job efficiently, and tests your ability to implement, monitor, and maintain Microsoft Azure solutions. Expect to see exams questions on compute, storage, and security management, as well as deploying virtual machines, configuring virtual networks, and managing Azure Active Directory.

How much does an Azure Administrator earn?

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United States (USD)$80,$,$,
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What does an Azure Developer do?

Azure Developers build and deploy apps and services on the Azure platform. Having previous development experience is obviously a plus if you want to become an Azure Developer, as is being familiar with other Microsoft products like Powershell, Office , and Dynamics ; all products that integrate with Azure.

As an Azure Developer, you’ll be charged with designing, creating, implementing, and maintaining solutions from technical infrastructure to apps. You’ll need to stay up to date with the latest developments in technologies and methodologies, and understand how to translate them into practical, reliable solutions that solve business problems.

Azure uses programming languages including JavaScript, C#, and HTML5, so you’ll need a thorough understanding of these to be able to develop for Azure. Experience with ASP.NET, SQL Server, JQuery, Angular, and Visual Studio Team Services will also be expected of Azure Developers.

Given the huge variety of products available on Azure, there’s a range of specialisms you could move into as an Azure Developer: developing for cloud storage, creating PaaS solutions, IaaS solutions, cognitive services like bots and AI, storage, or security to name just a few.

How much does an Azure Developer earn?

Junior ( years)Mid ( years)Senior (8+ years)
United Kingdom (GBP)£30,£60,£75,
United States (USD)$,$,$,
Germany (EUR)€45,€63,€75,
Netherlands (EUR)€36,€42,€54,
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What does an Azure Solution Architect do?

Just like traditional architects, it’s a Solution Architect’s job to take specifications from end users and create a solution that meets the requirements given. In cloud terms, Azure Solution Architects are tasked with overseeing the structure and deployment of cloud environments.

That usually entails creating gathering requirements, determining a suitable infrastructure, designing applications, and configuring and securing the solution once it’s implemented. Budding Azure Solution Architects should have a good working knowledge of Azure compute, network, storage, and security.

Solution Architects will often be required to be the “cheerleaders” for the new cloud platform too. They’ll sell the cloud and its benefits to users, create adoption strategies to help them get the most out of it, and champion best practices.

The role of Solution Architect is both highly technical and consultative. SAs are the link between end users and the cloud teams that will build the solution, so need both hands-on experience with the Microsoft .NET stack, and excellent communication and relationship-building skills.

How much does an Azure Solution Architect earn?

Junior ( years)Mid ( years)Senior (8+ years)
United Kingdom (GBP)£56,£65,£75,
United States (USD)$,$,$,
Germany (EUR)€75,€90,€,
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Netherlands (EUR)€48,€60,€72,
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What does an Azure Consultant do?

When an organization is ready to take the first step toward a cloud-first approach to their operations, they speak to an Azure Consultant. Often called a Pre-Sales Consultant, these professionals chat to businesses, find out what they want to get out of their switch to the cloud, gain an understanding of their requirements, and map out the best possible solution.

Once they’ve worked out what their client needs, a consultant will go away and translate those needs into a practical plan, advising on the best products and services to achieve their goals, and creating a migration plan to help them execute the big move.

Though not as technical a role as say, developer or architect, Azure Consultants need to have a broad knowledge of Azure as a whole. Every client will have different needs and different objectives—whether that’s lowering costs, improving productivity, or tightening up security—so you’ll need to be able to advise on all these fronts to be a great consultant.

How much does an Azure Consultant earn?

Junior ( years)Mid ( years)Senior (8+ years)
United Kingdom (GBP)£50,£75,£80,
Germany (EUR)€33,€60,€90,
Netherlands (EUR)€36,€48,€60,
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What does an Azure DevOps Engineer do?

Azure DevOps Engineers are responsible for bringing together people, processes, and technologies to deliver and improve first-rate products that meet user needs and business objectives on an on-going basis. That means architecting, designing, building, and implementing scalable Microsoft Azure solutions, and working across areas like virtual machine environments, storage, and network architecture.

The role of a DevOps Engineer involves extensive expertise, not only covering development and coding with PowerShell, .NET, and C#, but also system deployment and the wider operations. They need to understand DevOps strategy, how to roll out continuous integration and delivery, how to implement dependency management and application infrastructure, and how to develop roadmaps for current and future cloud deployments.

DevOps Engineers will work hand-in-hand with system admins, architects and developers, so need to have outstanding soft skills like project management and communication to enable them to promote a DevOps culture across their organization.

How much does an Azure DevOps Engineer earn?

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United Kingdom (GBP)£42,£65,£80,
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What does an Azure Security Engineer do?

In an age where cyber threats are constantly evolving, keeping up with developments and ensuring an organization’s Azure platform is secure is a full-time job. It’s an Azure Security Engineer’s responsibility to implement and configure security controls and policies, manage access to data, and monitor threats to ensure that apps, containers, infrastructure, and networks are protected.

As anyone even the slightest bit familiar with cybersecurity will know, user error is the number one threat to an organization’s security, so Security Engineers will also be expected to develop and champion best practices, and educate users to minimize risk.

How much does an Azure Security Engineer earn?

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What does an Azure Data Scientist do?

Another key role in the ever-expanding and highly sought-after stable of data-based careers, Azure Data Scientists are tasked with designing data models that address unique business issues.

Organizations are increasingly looking to data analysis techniques like Big Data and visualization to give them a clearer picture of their business and make more informed decisions. To help them achieve this, Azure Data Scientists use Azure’s machine learning techniques to coach, assess, and implement data models that surface patterns, trends, and insights.

Data Scientists will be expected to consultant with commercial leaders to determine business needs, prepare data for modeling, carry out feature engineering, and continually develop and evaluate their models. They should also be familiar with Azure data services like Machine Learning Studio, as well as tools like Hadoop, Spark, and be able to visualize data using platforms like Tableau and Power BI.

How much does an Azure Data Scientist earn?

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What does an Azure AI Engineer do?

Equipped with the skills and knowledge to help organizations utilize cutting-edge tech within the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning, Azure AI Engineers will be among the most sought-after tech professionals in the coming years.

As more businesses move to automate their processes and rely more heavily on machine learning processes, AI Engineers will be at the forefront of rolling out these developments, designing, training, integrating and deploying smart models across various tech platforms.

Given the wide range of AI products available on Azure, AI Engineers have plenty of options to specialize. Broadly, they’ll be expected to be able to architect and implement Azure AI solutions such as natural language processing, speech, computer vision, bots, and agents.

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What does an Azure Data Engineer do?

Data is an organization’s most precious commodity—making sure that data can be accessed efficiently and protecting it from damage, theft, or misuse should be a top priority. That’s where the Azure Data Engineer comes in.

Data Engineers are responsible for designing and implementing ways to govern, supervise, and secure a company’s data using tools from across Azure’s swathe of data services.

An Azure Data Engineer will be expected to be able to create and deploy infrastructure that stores and organizes data so that it can be fed into data analytics platforms and help derive valuable insights that benefit the business.

They need to know how to implement relational and non-relational storage, design and develop processing solutions, design, monitor and optimize cloud data stores, and ensure that all data infrastructure is secure.

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