Is a Coding Bootcamp right for me?

So you know that learning to code, and the tech world in general, is the future. But where should you learn this in-demand skill? If you’ve landed on this page, you’ve probably come across the concept of coding bootcamps, but you might not know exactly what they entail. We’re here to help — read on to get all the info you need to decide whether doing a coding bootcamp is right for you!

As the IT and technology sector continues to grow, so too does the demand for people who code. There is a massive talent gap in our sector, with a huge global demand for web developers, software engineers, and data analysts and not enough tech-savvy professionals to choose from. More and more people are catching on to this and realising that a career in tech is a pretty attractive route to take.

So how do you start a career in tech? At a coding bootcamp, of course!

What is a coding bootcamp?

Whether you want to change careers, advance your skill set or try something new, a coding bootcamp is a great place to do so. Here, we’re going to break down what a coding bootcamp is, why it’s a great investment, and what it’s like to learn at a coding bootcamp.

Coding bootcamps made their debut in 2011 in the United States and have since been popping up all over the world.

A coding bootcamp, or code academy, is an intensive, practical program that trains people to be proficient in tech skills such as web and app programming, data analytics. The length of these courses typically ranges from 10 to 20 weeks, depending on the amount of material covered and in what depth.

How are coding bootcamps different from master’s degrees?

Unlike master’s courses, coding bootcamps are intensive and offer a more practical way of learning professional skills. Furthermore, they prepare you for the world of work and are aimed at career changers. Students at coding bootcamps tend to go on to become web developers, data analysts, software developers, data scientists, UX and web designers as soon as they finish the course.

In terms of time, traditional master’s courses last one to two years that end in final exams. However, coding bootcamps are much shorter, taking between 10 and 20 weeks on average.

The methodology of a bootcamp is practical and more emphasis is placed on the way professionals work, rather than academic theory. In short, a coding bootcamp focuses on learning complex skills in a short period of time, all aimed towards finding a job or dramatically improve your current career opportunities due to the newly acquired digital skills. 

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The coding bootcamps we offer

Some coding bootcamps are more practical than others. At Ubiqum, our methodology is 100% practical and project-based, so students apply their skills in parallel to their learning. 

Beyond The Traditional Bootcamp.

Since our establishment in 2016, we’ve undergone a significant evolution. Initially employing a conventional bootcamp format, where cohorts of 10 to 20 individuals progressed collectively, we’ve transitioned to a more adaptive and personalized model. Our primary objective is to cater to the diverse time commitments of our students by offering a bespoke mentoring service.
Our methodology is centered on real-world, very structured projects, designed to simulate the challenges professionals encounter in the business and corporate realm. This approach is further bolstered by the support and guidance from a dedicated personal mentor, coupled with the flexibility embedded within our program schedules.

We Keep.

  • Intensity. Our courses cover extensive content within a short duration, allowing for rapid progress.
  • Focus. We prioritize delivering highly specific and market-demanded content for tangible skill enhancement.

We  Add

  • Personalisation: A dedicated personal mentor available throughout the course, providing one-on-one guidance.
  • Flexibility: Customized timetables and dedicated support tailored to each student’s requirements.
  • Practical and Professional : Emphasis on real professional practice over extensive theory, ensuring hands-on, industry-relevant learning experiences.

We Eliminate

  •   Fixed Timetables: Uniform schedules applied to all participants. 
  • One Teacher for Multiple Students : Single instructor managing multiple students simultaneously. 
  • Rigid Start and End Dates: Firmly set commencement and conclusion dates for the courses.

What’s it like to learn at Ubiqum?

It’s hard to describe what it’s like to learn at Ubiqum, without actually coming here  and experiencing it for yourself.

We offer you two weeks free trail  in any of our courses  before you formally enrol.

The next best way is to hear from those who’ve already completed one of Ubiqum Code Academy’s programs:

Student testimonials

My time at Ubiqum, on their Full Stack Web Development program, has been one of the most important milestones I have faced in my professional life.” – Geraldine Hernández Al Attrach

“I would repeat this experience another hundred times! Everything about this course is really effective and will have an extremely positive impact on your career. It’s helped me get on the career path I wanted in just 5 months!” – Enrico Troiano

“The modules are complex, however, if you are dedicated and want to achieve your goals, then it’s the best Data Analytics & Machine Learning course you can take in Barcelona.” – Pau Pardo

“It’s a really great place to learn because it’s not like going to school or work. It’s made up of amazing people and the experience is perfect!” – Shadan Behzadian

“I chose Ubiqum’s Data Analytics & Machine Learning program because it was the most complete course. I specifically wanted to learn R, and Ubiqum offered that.” – Michalis Alexakis

 

Geraldine Hernández at an Ubiqum coding bootcamp
Pau Pardo learning at an Ubiqum coding bootcamp

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