Le Wagon in Berlin delivers the education prospective coders need to launch their new career after a nine-week, full-time or a 24-week, part-time coding bootcamp. Once they graduate, students continue receiving career support through LinkedIn profile reviews and online alumni chat groups.
Berlin Coding Bootcamps
Best of 2020: Rankings, Reviews, and Courses
Berlin, Germany’s capital city, is also its largest by both area and population and is the second most populous city in the European Union. When compared to other European cities, Berlin offers a lower cost of living that has attracted startups and established companies to the city. With new startups being founded frequently, the tech industry in Berlin is set to produce hundreds of thousands of new jobs in the coming years. Opportunities in Berlin continue to abound and grow, and if you’re looking to secure a position in Berlin’s tech sector, consider the flexible bootcamp options available in the area. High-rated local bootcamps Ironhack and CareerFoundry offer courses in UI/UX design and web development. Other area programs, such as SPICED Academy, focus on data science, data analytics, and other subjects.
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1. Le Wagon
In the Atrium Tower in Berlin, IronHack provides web design and data science bootcamps of nine weeks for full-time and 26 weeks for part-time classes, respectively. IronHack offers a network of several hundred partners as well as hiring fairs for students hoping to find jobs.
CareerFoundry prepares students for careers as professional designers and developers in immersive courses ranging from 4 to 32 weeks. Students and graduates will receive 1-on-1 mentoring, resume advice, interview practice, and job placement assistance with a 6-month employment guarantee or their money back.
Codeworks offers an eight-week bootcamp in web development and a 12-week bootcamp in software construction. The bootcamps are intensive and require a major time commitment, with students engaging in lectures, exercises, and assignments six days a week, 11 hours a day.
5. SPICED Academy
SPICED Academy offers 12-week hands-on courses in both full stack web development and data science. Courses are onsite and full-time, with students focusing on building real-world applications and creating their own portfolios so they can create mobile-friendly web applications upon graduation.
6. Wild Code School
Berlin’s Wild Code School prepares students for a career in web development in just five months, with no coding experience necessary to apply. Bootcamp graduates receive job placement assistance that includes practice interviews with partner companies, job training, and coaching; the vast majority of graduates are employed within a year.
2020 Best Berlin Bootcamps received an average 4.75 of 5 based on 4381 reviews.
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Offer a job outcomes report that was independently verified by a third-party auditor.
Offer self-paced, part-time, or evening classes.
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