Le Wagon in Melbourne offers aspiring programmers a nine-week, full-time or a 24-week part-time bootcamp, giving them options to fit their busy lives. After graduation, students can benefit from ongoing career support, including obtaining job recommendations from alumni who are available to answer technical or non-technical questions.
Melbourne Coding Bootcamps
Best of 2020: Rankings, Reviews, and Courses
With roughly 5 million residents, the Australian city of Melbourne is home to 19% of the population on the continent. With its status both as Australia’s tech capital and its fastest growing city, Melbourne has a variety of tech education opportunities to meet the needs of those looking to break into the industry. There are several Australia-based bootcamps, including Coder Academy, a 6-month coding bootcamp. Other bootcamps include General Assembly and Le Wagon, which offer intensives on web development, design, digital marketing, analytics, and more.
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2020 Best Melbourne Bootcamps received an average 4.98 of 5 based on 2639 reviews.
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