What you learn?
of the participants in our programs are women
of our graduates have found work in tech after completing a bootcamp
Deadline To Apply:
May 26 - 2020
Jun 21 - 2020
*Alternatively online, depending on Covid-19. Our current bootcamp are running online - read more about that here.
Opportunity is not predetermined. The digital revolution is roaring, and you need to prepare yourself for the future of work. Around the world, mobile devices are transforming the way we live and communicate. Re:Coded is offering you a chance to join the digital economy as a software developer or entrepreneur. With our Front-End Web Development Bootcamp you will learn skills that are highly in demand all over the world, and you will have the opportunity to build a career for yourself which is less tied by traditional borders and boundaries.
What is it?
Our Front-End Web Development Bootcamp is designed to kickstart your career as junior web developer or as an entrepreneur with a vision to build your own website, app or software solution.
By the end of the program, you will have a portfolio of completed projects to highlight your achievements.
The Front-End Web Development course will take approximately 3.5 months with 10 hours per week of in-person training and 15-25 hours per week of self-study.
The last 1.5 month of the bootcamp will be dedicated to a final project to help
you build your portfolio of work.
Our programs are all in english
How do I use this to start a new career?
We are dedicated not only to provide you with the technical skills you need to be a software developer, but also to prepare you for the job market.
Once participants complete the 15 weeks technical portion of the curriculum, students will be working on their final project emulating a real client project. During this time, you’ll have the opportunity to build a product, work in a team and build up your portfolio and work experience.
Re:Coded also provides ongoing career support and additional training opportunities to fellows for six months post-graduation. This includes in depth career coaching, mock technical and behavioral interviews and matchmaking with potential employment partners.
Our proven job search framework features 1:1 sessions with our careers team, CV review, interview prep, and more. We’re committed to helping you secure a career in software engineering.
Who can join?
The people that thrive at Re:Coded, love learning and solving complex problems and appreciate the value of working as part of a team. The following are our most important criteria for our selection proces.
- People between the ages of 18 and 35 years.
- A demonstrated passion for coding and technology.
- The time and capacity to commit to a full coding bootcamp. Classes are three times per week in person at one of our learning hubs.
- An intermediate level of English comprehension.
- The aptitude to succeed in the selection process.
The program is both for Turkish Citizens, Syrians under Temporary Protection and other nationalities based in Istanbul
We aim for a mix of local youth and refugees and we aim for gender balance with at least 40% women.
How much does it cost?
Re:Coded is a non-profit organization with a mission to prepare talented youth in conflict-affected areas for the future of work.
Our programs come with a full scholarship
covering tuition and training, making them free of cost.
For this program we are funded within the framework of the “PEP-Promotion of Economic Prospects” programme which is financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) in cooperation with Re:Coded & Impact Hub Istanbul.
Learn more about Re:Coded, who we are, how we started and our mission right here.
We get hundreds of applications for a program, but only 20-25 end up in our bootcamps. They have gone through a rigorous selection proces to make sure we find the candidates who are committed to making the most of the skills they are about to learn. This is our proces:
Phase 1 - Apply: Apr 29 - May 26
Submit your application. Share a bit about yourself and what’s driving you to start a career. We don’t have any educational requirements; instead, our application process gives you the opportunity to show your skills and character.
Phase 2 - Coding Challenge: May 27 - Jun 3
Applicants that are shortlisted partake in a week long homework challenge so we can assess your motivation and aptitude for the programs ahead. This step also gives you the opportunity to assess whether this is the right path forward for you.
Phase 3 - Mindset Assessment: Jun 5 - Jun 7
The mindset assessment is an online test on your logical capacity and mindset. The purpose is simply for us to understand how you think about problem solving, human behavior, creativity and other topics.
Phase 4 - Interviews: Jun 9 - Jun 12
After passing the homework challenge, you'll be invited to meet with our team where we will do a series of interviews and tests to make sure you’re the right fit for the program. In addition to getting to know more about you, we'll have you do some technical exercises. From here, we'll make our final decision.
Program start date: Jun 21 - 2020
Read about how to conquer each phase of our selection process from the initial application form to the interview process right here.
*Please note that we reserve the right to change these dates as necessary.