Through daily lectures, assignments, and collaborative group work on real-world projects, bootcamps simulate an on-the-job training experience to ensure graduates emerge job-ready.
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- Online vs. In-Person – Decide whether you prefer an online or in-person bootcamp. Online programs offer flexibility, while in-person options may provide more structured learning and networking opportunities.
- Budget and Financial Aid – Consider your budget and compare the tuition fees of different bootcamps. Some bootcamps offer financing options, scholarships, or income-sharing agreements to ease the financial burden.
Duration: 12 weeks (40 hrs/week)
Price: $2,000 (Intro to Frontend Development) – $7,500 (Full-Stack Development Program)
Duration: Flexible—Intro to Frontend Development is 8 weeks – Full-Stack Development Program 5 months at 30-40 hours/week or up to 10 months at 15-20 hours/week
Duration: 36 weeks (20 hrs/week)
Duration: 15 weeks (40 hrs/week)
Price: $1,480 (Frontend) – $1,880 (Full-stack)
Duration: 17 weeks (Frontend; 20 hrs/week) – 22 weeks (Full-stack; 20 hrs/week)
Price: £8,500 ($10,430)
Duration: 16 weeks (40 hrs/week)
Price: $9,000 (Part-time) – $16,000 (Full-time)
Duration: 24 weeks (20 hrs/week) – 20 weeks (40 hrs/week)
Price: $9,995 (Part-time; Accelerated) – $16,995 (Full-time)
Duration: 12 weeks (25 hrs/week; Accelerated) – 14 weeks (70 hrs/week)
Price: $19,950 (Full- and Part-time)
Duration: 12 weeks (60 hrs/week) – 38 weeks (18 hrs/week)
Duration: 12 weeks
Price: $13,495 (In-person; Part-time) – $19,910 (Online; Full-time)
Duration: 26 weeks (In-person; 10 hrs/week) – 19 weeks (Online; 40 hrs/week)
Price: $3,950 (Frontend) – $15,950 (Full-Stack)
Duration: 12 (Synchronous; 40 hrs/week) – 20 (Asynchronous; 20 hrs/week) weeks
Duration: 8 weeks (30 hrs/week) – 14 weeks (40 hrs/week)
Duration: 12 weeks (Part-time)
Price: $11,660 (Full-time) – $14,000 (Part-time)
Duration: 22 weeks (40 hrs/week) – 40 weeks (20 hrs/week)
Duration: 45 weeks
Duration: 16 to 48 weeks
Duration: 6 weeks (Code Ramp), 6 weeks (Code Ramp++)
Code Tenderloin stands out for its unique approach as more than just a coding boot camp. It focuses on teaching soft skills alongside technical skills. In San Francisco’s Tenderloin area, they cover transportation and childcare costs, making education accessible to the disenfranchised.
Duration: 24-week part-time program
Hack Upstate’s Careers in Code program aims to provide equal access to education in Central New York, focusing on computer programming to combat poverty. This 24-week part-time program prioritizes women and minorities from distressed areas in Syracuse and Central New York.
Duration: 12 weeks
The Recurse Center, an online bootcamp based in New York City, offers a unique peer-learning environment for coding education. With no teachers or instructors, this 12-week program encourages collaboration and self-guided learning. Applicants undergo a rigorous selection process to ensure a culture fit.
Disclaimer: Before enrolling in any bootcamp, it’s advisable to thoroughly research and consider your individual learning preferences and career goals to select the program that aligns best with your needs.
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