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You've just taken the first step in becoming an Ironhacker. Nice! Next up is a call from your Admissions Manager, who will walk you through the admissions process. They can tackle any doubts you have, and give you advice on choosing the right bootcamp and financing option. Can't wait? Check out some helpful FAQs below.
We've helped thousands of students land their dream job in tech, and we're confident that we can help you too! If there's anything you're unsure about, we're here to help you.
Our application process is made up of three steps:
An online written application form
A personal interview to get to know you better
A final technical interview to assess your ability to pick up the concepts that will be covered in your course quickly.
Yes, it is, but you have to put in the work. Ironhack will give you all the educational materials, teachers and support along every step of the way. But, you have to come prepared to work hard and to put in much more than the minimum.
At Ironhack our course and teaching practices follow three themes of pedagogy established through decades of teaching and learning research:
We recognize the difference between individuals and focus on avoiding the cookie-cutter education model often found in traditional schools. We provide the maximal guidance and instructional support to our students when they need them. Meanwhile we encourage motivated and capable students to continue learning beyond the curricula by providing additional learning resources that are carefully selected to strengthen their knowledge. What's more, every student will have the opportunity to idealize, prototype, and develop their own projects they feel fun and meaningful. We try our best to make our students feel their learning experiences are fulfilling and useful for realizing their dreams.
Learning By Doing
The best way to learn technology is by doing it. Our curricula is filled up with carefully designed hands-on exercises to help students translate knowledge into skills. While applying what they think they know in the hands-on work, students often find holes and mismatches in their knowledge maps. They will then amend and fix those secretive problems. Also, during the iterative trial-and-error learning process, students will discover relations between seemingly isolated concepts and identify the most efficient way to accomplish tasks.
You will find our instructors love explaining the "whys" in addition to the "hows" in coding and designing. This is because experts really differ from novices by knowing what to do at the right time and context. As apprentices of coding and design, it is important for the students to know the cognition of the veterans in order to really master the knowledge.
At Ironhack, you can find a wide range of profiles: recent graduates, people who never went to college, waiters, filmmakers, psychologists, Human Resources specialists, enterpreneurs, artists, people with a lot of years of working experience... We also admit students that have basic knowledge in some coding languages or in graphic design but they want to update their skills and boost their career. What they all have in common is their passion for tech and their need for specialization in an intensive education that gives them the technical skills needed to change or boost their career.
Yes, you can change your starting date if you let us know in advance and if there are available spots in the program. Please, remember that the place reservation payment is not refundable - exceptions are only made in a case by case basis
Other scholarships and discounts are launched together with partners who want to encourage education in tech and those are announced when we close an agreement. If you are interested in these initiatives, you can stay updated using this form. We don't offer general scholarships or discounts.