How long does it take for students to get a job after the bootcamp?

This depends on the student. No student has the same amount of knowledge as anyone else coming into the bootcamp, and not every student learns at the same rate as their peers. Generally, though, for our graduates, as well as for those who graduate from similar programming bootcamps, it takes two to three months, on average, to find a job within the industry. What goes into these two to three months? Building up a resume, picking up specific technologies, practicing for interviews, networking, and more coding. We are serious about the “more coding” part! Spending 14 weeks in our program incredibly accelerates your ability to learn, but you must keep practicing. Software development is a process. Your time at the Coding Sastra is for learning the actual craft of development. The job search process is a much easier skill to pick up. Instead of stressing you about being job-ready by the end of week 14, we like you to keep coming to the Dojo and polishing all facets of what it takes to land a job.

Is there any project supported with the course?

Yes, the instructor will allot you a real-time project to have a clear understanding of how you are able to conceptualize and implement the real-world application of the course content.

Do you offer corporate training?

Yes. If you're interested in corporate training and would like one of our instructors to visit your company to train your employees.

Do you offer career support?

Absolutely! Career development support is offered to all Coding Sastra students and alumni. As a current student or graduate, you will have the option to dedicate time out of your daily schedule to focus on career-related activities, either in person or remotely, such as 1:1 mentorship sessions, job-searching workshops, and networking events. Whether you need help to prepare for that first interview or negotiating for a lead role years later, all Coding Sastra alumni have access to our career support services.

Is Online classes done through Live video streaming?

Yes, The users can speak by using a microphone, chat by sending a message through a chat window and share their screens with an instructor.

Do you kick people out if they fall behind?

We try our best to support students who are falling behind or struggling with extra help and mentorship to bring them back up to speed. We want you to succeed and will work very hard to support you through the program. However, in rare occasions, that is not enough and everyone is better off parting ways.

Do you provide any group discounts for classroom training programs?

Yes, we have group discount packages for classroom training programs.

Fourteen weeks is a really short time. How much can I really learn?

We can tell you that, at the start, almost all of our students doubt what they can accomplish by the end of the program. However, as the curriculum progresses, we see our students quickly gain confidence as they see themselves solving real problems, building advanced web applications, and thinking like true software developers. By the end of the coding bootcamp, they (and, to be honest, we) have been consistently amazed at what they can build in such a short period of time. If you dedicate the time, work hard, and are absolutely hungry to code, we guarantee that you will find success within the coding bootcamp. Although daunting at first, our program is proven to work and is definitely worthwhile.

what is the student/teacher ratio and how many students are in each class?

Each class is made up of about 10 to 15 students, Two to three instructors/TAs are available to assist you throughout the day and into the evening for all the students in the Coding Sastra. You'll work closely with your team and in pairs throughout the bootcamp to work through problems, complete assignments, and build projects. Though you'll be in a team, you will get to complete each assignment individually, ensuring you understand each topic. Our number one priority is to ensure that each student receives the guidance needed.