Become a full-stack software engineer in 3-months with lifetime career support.
Become an autonomous and versatile software engineer competitive in today's ever evolving tech world. Our curriculum is industry-aligned with a Silicon Valley-mindset, optimized for efficiency and impact.
Having a strong foundation is essential for being able to keep up with the rapidly changing pace of technology.
From resume polishing to salary negotiation, we cover it all. Our graduates get a higher average salary than Tokyo's industry average.
Each student builds a portfolio of full-stack projects during the course in languages and technologies common in today's job market.
From presentation skills to team work and communication, our program not only prepares people for the technical requirements of the job, but also everything else that moves your career forward.
2 months prior to the Immersive bootcamp, you will be given our mandatory precourse curriculum to build a strong foundation before Immersive begins. Precourse takes the average student 40-80 hours to complete.
Practice communication, meta-learning, and time management skills to navigate the course and engage in effective team collaboration while learning these topics.
We bring you full-stack starting from the backend and moving to the frontend. Work on a slew of solo and team projects, ending with a portfolio of deployed full-stack apps built from scratch.
We work with industry partners like Stripe, Mymizu, Rakuten RapidAPI and Spotify to provide an enterprise-level hackathon experience. You will polish your resume, prepare for technical interviews, and work on your pitching skills.
There will be the opportunity to promote yourself as a thought leader in the Tokyo tech community via public-facing tech talks. Previous students have done everything from AI, AR/VR to blockchain to shaders-anything that they have explored using code.
For polyglottal week, you will be given the opportunity to explore a new programming language and create a useful, full-stack application. You are required to choose a language you have little to no experience in. This ability to be autonomous and creative within limited means is a strong indicator you can provide value to fast-faced start-ups and to your personal career longevity.
You have 4 weeks to plan and develop a culminating industry-level project using everything that you have learned as well as new technologies. We have a no-limit rule on these; you can do anything that you want, in any language, as long as it meets our complexity requirements.
Work intimately with a specialized career coach to guide you in finding a software engineer job post-graduation and for life.
"I had no coding experience before January 2019. Now it's December of the same year and I am working as [a] software engineer! I would have never imagined this to be possible. It's a dream came true!"
"I’d absolutely say it’s life-changing. It’s a chance to take 3 months away from work and immerse yourself in something exciting, interesting, and fun."
Please see below for the admission process. If there is a specific class you would like to join, we recommend applicants to apply 3-4 months in advance of the start date.
For the Immersive, we do not take beginners. You must have a basic programming knowledge and pass our Technical Check-in. We highly encourage beginners to join our community of motivated learners and take our Foundations: Intro to Programming course, which will catch you up to speed with the basic programming knowledge in one month and adequately prepare you for the technical interview.
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Immersive Part-Time is a fully remote course that offers flexibility to upskill while maintaining your daytime commitments. Immersive Part-Time students will be required to watch lectures as homework, while class time will be devoted to sprint reviews, time with instructors, projects, and hacking time.
The courses share the same curriculum and projects, however there will no API Week (Week 7 activity in the Immersive) in the Immersive Part-Time. Additionally, the public-facing tech talk (Week 8 Saturday activity in the Immersive)and Career Support lectures (Week 11-12 activity in the Immersive) required in the Immersive are not mandatory in our part-time program.
We're a career-focused bootcamp. See why our graduates have received offers from these companies and more.
The majority of our students come from non-technical backgrounds. Our class has had ballet dancers, English teachers, accountants, artists, business people, and musicians alongside those with computer science degrees and developer experience.