Many tech giants have chosen Lisbon to be the new headquarters of their tech development teams in Europe. Google, Volkswagen, Uber and Huawei, among others, have recently announced that they’re setting up new software, design and data analytics teams here!
When Web Summit, the major global tech conference, relocated to Lisbon in 2016, this city solidified itself as an essential player in the European and global tech scenes. And it just keeps growing, with organizations like Factory opening an enormous start-up campus in Lisbon in 2019.
Lisbon is the hottest travel destination for millennials in 2019 according to Business Insider, offering a perfect blend of tradition and development. In addition, the city’s lower cost of living as compared to its European neighbors has brought in young people in droves.
Lisbon is one of the top five European cities with the most sunshine per year. This offers you a wide variety of opportunities: whether you’re surfing off the coast of Estoril, checking out the ambitious art scene and cultural locations or losing yourself in the superb nightlife and food. Lisbon is the place to be.
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Munique is an extremely passionate person when it comes to education. She had her first teaching opportunity when she was 16 years old and has been involved in education ever since. She has always been into technology and is a proud nerd. Munique joined Ironhack to make a difference and to encounter new people and their stories.
Gabriela was born in Brazil and moved to Portugal 3 years ago. Her very first job was as an English Teacher but her professional background is also related to event management, educational marketing and international partnerships with foreign institutions. Very happy and positive person. Loves pets (especially if they are puppies and kittens) and loves knowing about people's life history. She speaks Portuguese, English and Spanish.
Following a career change, Vicky has discovered her passion for the digital industry. Her experience in the UK and in Argentina, her homeland, has allowed her to get to know different cultures and work methodologies. With more than 4 years of experience in the education sector and being aware of the importance of continuous training, she enjoys helping people transform their professional careers.
Gonçalo has a clear goal: to make sure our students have everything they need to be successful during their bootcamp! He grew up in Sintra and has a fine arts background, so reach out to him if you want to talk about the local museums and exhibition venues!
Catarina is an anthropologist by heart but the last 4 years of her life were spent recruiting awesome people for awesome companies. This passion for the possibility to change people’s lives brought her here and she is ready to prepare our students for the tech market helping them with career services.
Career & Partnership Manager
Jose started coding at the age of 13 and fell in love with the web. He worked as a consultant and built his own company at age 25. In his free time, he organizes tech meetups, goes to the movies and participates in Hufflepuff gatherings.
Lead Teacher, Web Development
Miguel started working as a software developer in 2006, since then he's been involved in several different projects across different industries and countries. He's developed apps for companies in Portugal, Ireland, Spain and Denmark. When he's not working, he's probably surfing or off discovering new craft beers.
Part-Time Teacher, Web Development
O Hugo é um candidato a Ph.D. na IADE-Universidade Europeia e fundador da Vínculo Design Estratégico no Brasil. Desde 2007 chefiou a Vínculo, participando em +100 projetos de design, desde o identity design até ao branding, desde o packaging até ao wayfinding e de editorial a UX/UI. Apaixonado pelo ensino e pela força do design para inspirar a mudança, o Hugo tem 15 anos de experiência na área de design e está a investigar novas formas de ensino e learning impact-driven design.
Lead Teacher, UX/UI Design
Pedro has a degree in theoretical physics and worked as a data scientist at BNP Paribas for over 3 years. He loves to teach and is currently the lead teacher of the Part Time Data course at Ironhack. Furthermore he teaches a course at Catolica Lisbon School of Business and Economics called Applied Data Science. He is is a proud nerd and enjoys sleeping on the beach.
Lead Teacher, Data Analytics
Carmen is passionate about marketing and growth. After having lived in eight different cities, she moved to Lisbon to join Ironhack and change the world through education.
Raquel has a background in management, and worked has a digital marketer and project manager before joining Ironhack. She is passionate about education, and her role is to build Ironhack Lisbon community: a group of career changers, digital nomads and tech lovers, through events and great content.
Event & Community Manager
Campus Ironhack Lisbon
Heden Santa Apolonia, Doca Jardim do Tabaco Terminal de Cruzeiros de Lisboa Edifício NW, 1º Piso , 1100-651 - Lisbon (Portugal)
Some Ironhack campuses are offering a hybrid model (partly open) due to Covid-19. All cohorts have transitioned to a safe remote learning environment, giving students the opportunity to learn from wherever they want and continue using our campus facilities. For additional information, do not hesitate to reach out to our local admission team. Reach here for our response to Covid-19.