Codeworks is a coding bootcamp that is determined to be at the heart of all things innovation. Located in cities throughout the globe, Codeworks is dedicated to helping students find success within the tech industry at both local and national levels. Codework’s Austin campus is no exception. Codeworks recognizes that Austin is becoming a booming tech hub in the United States. Codeworks’ Austin campus includes a vibrant culture, access to affordable housing, and immersion into a community of like minded developers and entrepreneurs. Rated 5 stars on sites such as Course Report, Switch Up, and Google, Codeworks has become one of the most popular coding bootcamps in the tech industry. If you’re in the market for a bootcamp that fosters a welcoming educational environment and is dedicated to helping you embark on your own innovative journey, look no further than Codeworks.
Codeworks offers both an 8 week and a 12 week program. Both programs run from Monday through Friday starting at 8:00am and concluding at 8:00pm daily. While everyday is unique at Codeworks, students may experience a similar schedule. 8:00am-10:00am includes lectures and the introduction of topics. 10:00am to 12:00pm includes coding exercises. Students break for an hour for lunch. Classes resume at 1:00pm with lectures lasting until 3:00pm. Additional exercises take place from 3:00pm to 5:00pm. Review and talks with industry leaders take place from 5:00pm to 8:00pm.
Codeworks boasts a 100% job placement rate within 6 months of student post graduation. Two thirds of students obtain a job within 30 days of graduation. Codeworks graduates obtain a 27% higher salary than the industry average for a Software Engineer.
Codeworks offers two courses at their Austin campus. These courses last for either 8 weeks or 12 weeks per session. Costs range from $8,500 to $12,800 per bootcamp. Codeworks is dedicated to the education of every student regardless of their economic background. That’s why Codeworks offers a variety of payment options to suit every student’s needs. It’s important to note that payment options vary based on availability and the student’s desired program. The first payment method is upfront payment. Students pay a small deposit once they’ve passed their admissions test. The remaining portion of tuition is due before the first day of the bootcamp. The second method of payment is through student loans. Student loans are available only for students interested in the Web Development On Site Immersive Program. For this payment method, students will pay a small deposit after they have passed the admissions exam. The remaining tuition will be paid with a series of payments. Payments and interest rates vary per student. The third payment option is through a deferred payment program similar to an ISA (Income Share Agreement). Once students pass the admissions exam, they will then pay a small deposit to reserve their spot in class. During the course, the tuition is financed with an interest only loan. Students will begin repayment of the loan principal only if they have obtained a job within one year of graduating. The job must include compensation that is higher than 85% of the LinkedIn average salary for a Software Engineer position in a location of the student’s choosing. This deferred payment program is only available for students interested in the Software Engineering On Site Immersive Program.
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