13-week coding course with futureproof - Your future in tech starts here!

Company: futureproof

Training course: 13-week free coding course (£800 living expenses covered), £30,000 once placed

Location: Central London

Start Date: March 2020

Degrees accepted: All degrees (however there is a preference for Tech/STEM subjects)

Deadline: 31/01/20

Apply now below!

What is the course?

We’re delighted to introduce you to an exciting new partner, futureproof. They offer a completely free software engineering course, aiming to make careers in technology as accessible as possible.

 Their 13 week bootcamp is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to become a job-ready junior software developer. As part of your course, you’ll even receive a monthly living allowance and a guaranteed 2-year paid placement after your training. They’re looking for curious graduates from all degree backgrounds to join them in March. You don’t need experience, just a genuine interest in technology and a desire to learn. Applications to become one of their inaugural cohorts are now open – don’t miss this opportunity to fast-track your future in tech…

Why Apply?

It’s free – unlike some other routes, you pay no fees for your training, receive a living allowance and land a job upon completion of the course.

Personalised support – you’ll be supported by incredible teachers, an industry mentor, and an outstanding community of learners and alumni.

Develop future of work skills – you’ll learn key skills including problem-solving, leadership and resilience.

Learn from the best – your teachers know what it takes to go from good to great and you’ll hear from industry-leading speakers, giving you a cutting-edge insight into the world of tech.

Supercharge your CV – you’ll land a role at an amazing company where you will grow as a software engineer

Who is best suited to this course?

– You can be from any degree background to apply, however they are looking for those with technical aptitude. 

– We are looking for those that have spent a considerable amount of free time to understand coding basics, and used resources like udemy, freecodecamp & Codeacademy