Flatiron School offers immersive on-campus and online programs in software engineering, data science, UX/UI design, and cybersecurity in NYC, Brooklyn, Washington DC, London, Houston, Atlanta, Austin, Seattle, Chicago, Denver, and Online. Flatiron School’s immersive courses aim to launch students into fulfilling careers as software engineers, data scientists, and UX/UI designers through rigorous, market-aligned curricula, and the support of seasoned instructors and personal career coaches. Through test-driven labs and portfolio projects, Flatiron teaches students to think and build like software engineers and data scientists. Flatiron School’s UX/UI Design Immersive includes a client project to give students client-facing experience and an industry-vetted portfolio.
To apply, applicants must submit a written application about why they want to join Flatiron School, take part in an interview with an admissions advisor, learn some basic skills, and discuss it with an instructor. Flatiron is looking for people with passion and aptitude and aims to admit people with a variety of backgrounds. Flatiron School also offers several free introductory courses, including Coding Bootcamp Prep and Data Science Bootcamp Prep.
Flatiron School offers a money-back guarantee for their Software Engineering, Data Science, and UX/UI Design Immersives – if students don’t get a qualifying job offer within six months of graduation, they can get their money back (see eligibility at flatironschool.com/terms). Flatiron’s Career Services team provides weekly 1:1 career coaching sessions, mock interviews, and employer introductions to help students launch lifelong careers in tech.
Flatiron School, in partnership with WeWork, also powers the Access Labs Initiative – a 15-week immersive software engineering program in Brooklyn with deferred tuition for applicants earning less than $35,000. To increase diversity in its programs, Flatiron School has awarded over $10 million in scholarships for women, minorities, veterans, and other underrepresented groups in tech.
Flatiron School was one of the first bootcamps in the industry to publish outcomes, backing its 99% employment rate for the NYC Software Engineering Immersive, and 94% employment rate for the Online Software Engineering Immersive with annual independently-verified jobs reports (check out the full report at flatironschool.com/outcomes).
App Academy was the first coding school to base students' tuition on their first year's salaries after the course. Over 3,000 alumni have been placed at 1,000+ companies, earning median salaries of $101,000 in San Francisco and $90,000 in New York.
App Academy is excited to announce a new Tuition Limit Option for our students: if you enroll at our San Francisco or New York campus under the standard Deferred plan, consent to an optional Alumni Engagement Agreement, and remain in good standing as an alum, in return we will not seek to collect more than 28% of your first year's compensation (23% if you enrolled under the Hybrid plan). Since your tuition can never exceed the amount specified in your Enrollment Agreement, this can only benefit you.
For example, if the tuition specified in your Enrollment Agreement is $28,000 and you take a job with a $60,000/yr salary, App Academy will not seek to collect more than $16,800 from you.
App Academy's focus continues to be investing in you rather than charging you upfront tuition. Our new Tuition Limit Option continues that trend by aligning our incentives completely with yours.
Our purpose is to transform individuals, communities, and economies by teaching technologies that power the future.
There is currently a shortage of skilled web developers in the burgeoning tech industry, so Fullstack Academy offers a functional programming education that costs less than a four-year degree, is more specialized and takes less time, and prepares students to launch a career as soon as they graduate.
We're also committed to diversity and inclusion, which makes tech a more welcoming industry for all of us, and yields better products and services. That commitment is exemplified by the 2015 founding of our partner school Grace Hopper Program, an all-women's bootcamp that lowers the barrier to entry by enabling women to attend bootcamp first and pay later--once they've gotten full-time, in-field work.
Build rich, interactive, full-stack apps with key programming languages and dive into algorithms, data structures, design patterns, APIs, and more.
Learn the skills to discuss and use data structures and algorithms to solve real-world problems.
Including income share agreements, scholarships, payment plans, and loans. Options start at $0 upfront, where available. Dedicated Job Support at Every Step
Develop a winning software engineering portfolio, effective technical interview skills, and more with your personal career coach..
Don’t settle. Our global community of hiring partners includes the best companies across a range of hot industries.
We work with our vast global network of partners to ensure our continually updated program prepares you to meet today’s job demands.
The Grace Hopper Program at Fullstack Academy is an immersive software engineering course for women with no upfront tuition cost.
You only pay tuition once you secure a job after graduating.
Our mission is to empower women in technology through affordable education, quality instruction, and individualized mentorship. We provide a world-class educational environment with an advanced curriculum developed and taught by experienced instructors. We'll also connect you with a support network of alumnae and mentors in the tech community.
The Grace Hopper Program is a 17 week immersive course. The experience starts with a 4 week part-time portion, Foundations, which is completed remotely before coming to campus. That's followed by the full-time 13 week immersive, held on-campus in New York City. While on campus, students learn through a mix of lectures, hands-on workshops, projects, pair-programming, and more.
Admiral Hopper once said, “A ship in port is safe, but that is not what ships are built for. Sail out to sea and do new things.” Now there's nothing between you and an exciting career in technology.