We are the only coding bootcamp in Asia that stays with our students even long after they graduate from our program. We help with everything from helping you craft the perfect resume to teaching you how to prepare for interviews in the tech industry.
Our Immersive and Immersive Part-Time courses include Lifetime Career Support benefits after graduation including:
The Council on Integrity in Results Reporting (CIRR) is a coalition of the world's leading coding bootcamps dedicated to keeping graduate statistics transparent for prospective applicants.
We are proud to say that we are the only coding bootcamp in Japan and the second in Asia to qualify. As part of CIRR, we must adhere to their strict guidelines for results reporting and have our data audited by a third-party.What do our students do after finishing our Immersive course? How much do they make? What jobs do they get? We detail it all in these reports.
Our Immersive Program has been certified by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) as a valuable, high-quality course in Japan.
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We're here with you for the job hunt ー for life.
Our career coach works with you during and after the course to find the best strategy and path to a new software engineering career.
During the course, you will hone your interview skills, practice algorithms and computer science fundamentals, learn how to create a killer resume, and more.
Weekly check-ins, mock interviews, and on-call salary negotiation advice are just some of the benefits that our students have after graduating from the Immersive Bootcamp.
We're an career-focused bootcamp. See why our graduates have received offers from these companies and more.
All of our graduate job-seekers are guided to seek positions that meet the following standards:
During the Immersive Bootcamp, we have specific coursework to help you land the job.
I don't speak Japanese and need visa sponsorship, can I get a job in Japan?
Since we started Code Chrysalis, 29% of our graduates fall under this category and have all found engineering positions in Japan.
As long as you have a bachelor's degree, sponsoring work visas is not difficult for companies in Japan.
I do not have a Bachelor's degree. Would this put me at a disadvantage?
Yes. It can be difficult for companies to sponsor your work visa even if they want to hire you. However, there are two exceptions:1. If you have 10 years of work experience.2. Pass one of the approved exams by Japan's Ministry of Justice.
This blog post has good information about getting a work visa in Japan.
What is your graduates average salary, what kinds of jobs do they get?
Great question! We actually have reports about that. The most recent ones can be found here.