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Ironhack

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Ironhack offers full-time and part-time bootcamps in Web Development, UX/UI design, Data Analytics and Cyber Security in Miami (Florida), Madrid and Barcelona (Spain), Paris (France) Mexico City (Mexico), Berlin (Germany), Amsterdam (Netherlands), Sao Paulo (Brazil), Lisbon (Portugal) and remotely. Ironhack uses a customized approach to education by allowing students to shape their experience based on personal goals. Students who graduate from the Web Development Bootcamp will be skilled in technologies like JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS3. The UX/UI program covers Design Thinking, Photoshop, Sketch, Balsamiq, InVision, and JavaScript. Data Analytics covers data wrangling/cleaning, APIs, web scraping, and intermediate topics in Git, MySQL, Python, Data visualization, Panda, and Machine Learning. The Data Analytics program allows students to load, clean, explore and extract valuable insights from datasets and cultivate languages, such as Python, SQL and Tableau. The Cyber Security course provides students with the hands-on skills they need to land a job in the growing cybersecurity industry. In the Cyber Security course, students will develop the most in-demand knowledge to be part of any company's cybersecurity workforce and become a cybersecurity professional.

The admissions process for each program includes an online application, a personal interview, and a technical assessment.

Throughout each Ironhack program, students will get help navigating career development through interview prep, enhancing digital brand presence, and networking opportunities. Students will have a chance to delve into the tech community with Ironhack events, workshops, and Meetups. With more than 6,000 graduates, Ironhack has an extensive global network of alumni and +600 partner companies. Graduates of Ironhack will be well-positioned to find a job as a web developer, UX/UI designer, data analyst, or cyber security professional upon graduation as all students have access to career services to prepare them for the job search and facilitating interviews in their city's local tech ecosystem. Ironhack is the first European bootcamp to report its outcomes.

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  • Cyber Security Bootcamp

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    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost7,000
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationOnline, Madrid, London, Barcelona, Mexico City, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo, Lisbon
    The Ironhack Cybersecurity Bootcamp covers the hands-on and practical skills necessary for Bootcampers to land high-paying careers in cybersecurity, one of the world’s fastest growing industries. The bootcamp is an accelerated cybersecurity training program designed to successfully prepare people with little or no background in IT for entry level jobs in cybersecurity, a highly in-demand and lucrative career path. The Bootcamp is delivered in a blended format at a Cybint Certified Center with both on campus learning and online self-paced activities.
    Financing
    DepositYes
    Financing
     
    Do you need help with the payment? Visit our Financing page: https://www.ironhack.com/en/financing 

     
    Tuition PlansTuition varies by campus location
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic programming knowledge
    Prep Work20 hours of online learning material. This prework will familiarize you with what a computer is, how operating systems work and what networks are. This knowledge will get you ready for learning Cybersecurity
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewYes
  • Data Analytics Bootcamp (Full-time)

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    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$12,000
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationParis, Madrid, Barcelona, Mexico City, Berlin, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo, Lisbon, London, Miami, Online
    This course enables students to become a Full Fledged Data Analyst in 9 weeks. Students will develop practical skills useful in the data industry. Ramp-up pre-work and learn intermediate topics of data analytics using Pandas and data engineering to create a data application using real datasets. You'll also learn to use Python and Business Intelligence. Through the bootcamp you will learn by doing projects combining data analytics and programming. Ironhack's Data Analytics Bootcamp is meant to help you secure a spot in the data industry. However, the most important skill that students will take away from this course is the ability to learn. Technology is fast-moving and ever-changing.
    Financing
    DepositYes
    Financing
    Do you need help with the payment? Visit our Financing page: https://www.ironhack.com/en/financing 
    Tuition PlansTuition varies by campus location
    ScholarshipIronhack offers an upfront scholarship of 10% off for any of our Web Development
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic programming knowledge
    Prep Work40-50 hours of online content that you'll have to complete in order to reach the required level at the next module.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewYes
  • Data Analytics Bootcamp (Part-Time)

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    Git, MySQL, Python, SQL, Data Analytics , Data Structures, Data Visualization
    In PersonPart Time13 Hours/week24 Weeks
    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$12,000
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationMadrid, Barcelona, Mexico City, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo, Lisbon, London, Miami, Online
    This course enables students to become a Full Fledged Data Analyst in 24 weeks. Students will develop practical skills useful in the data industry. Ramp-up pre-work and learn intermediate topics of data analytics using Pandas and data engineering to create a data application using real datasets. You'll also learn to use Python and Business Intelligence. Through the bootcamp you will learn by doing projects combining data analytics and programming. Ironhack's Data Analytics Bootcamp is meant to help you secure a spot in the data industry. However, the most important skill that students will take away from this course is the ability to learn. Technology is fast-moving and ever-changing.
    Financing
    DepositYes
    Financing
    Do you need help with the payment? Visit our Financing page: https://www.ironhack.com/en/financing 
    Tuition PlansTuition varies by campus location
    ScholarshipIronhack offers an upfront scholarship of 10% off for any of our Web Development
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic programming knowledge
    Prep Work40-50 hours of online content that you'll have to complete in order to reach the required level at the next module.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewYes
  • UX/UI Design Bootcamp (Full-Time)

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    CSS, HTML, User Experience Design, Agile, Mobile, Product Management
    In PersonFull Time50 Hours/week9 Weeks
    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$12,000
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationMadrid, Paris, Mexico City, Barcelona, Berlin, Miami, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo, Lisbon, London, Online
    This 9 week immersive course is catered to beginners with no previous design or technical experience. Students will be taught the fundamentals of User Centered Design and learn to validate ideas through user research, rapid prototyping & heuristic evaluation. The course will end with a capstone project where students will take a new product idea from validation to launch. By the end of the course, students will be ready to start a new career as a UX Designer, Freelance or turbo charge their current professional trajectory.
    Financing
    DepositYes
    Financing
    Do you need help with the payment? Visit our Financing page: https://www.ironhack.com/en/financing 
    Tuition PlansTuition varies by campus location
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic programming skills, basic design skills
    Prep WorkThe Pre-work is a 40 hours self-guided content that will help you to understand basic UX/UI Design concepts and it will make you design your first works in Sketch and Flinto.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewYes
  • UX/UI Design Course (Part-Time)

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    CSS, Design, Product Management, User Experience Design, Agile, HTML, Mobile
    In PersonPart Time12 Hours/week24 Weeks
    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$13,000
    Class size20
    LocationMiami, Mexico City, Berlin, Barcelona, Madrid, Paris, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo, Lisbon, London, Online
    The UX/UI Design Part-time course meets Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays with additional online coursework over a period of 6 months. Students will be taught the fundamentals of User Centered Design and learn to validate ideas through user research, rapid prototyping & heuristic evaluation. The course will end with a capstone project where students will take a new product idea from validation to launch. By the end of the course, students will be ready to start a new career as a UX Designer, Freelance or turbo charge their current professional trajectory.
    Financing
    DepositYes
    Financing
    Do you need help with the payment? Visit our Financing page: https://www.ironhack.com/en/financing 
    Tuition PlansTuition varies by campus location
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic programming skills, basic design skills
    Prep Work40-50 hours of online content that you'll have to complete in order to reach the required level when the course begins.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewYes
  • Web Development Bootcamp (Full-time)

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    AngularJS, CSS, Express.js, Front End, HTML, JavaScript, MongoDB, Node.js, React.js
    In PersonFull Time40 Hours/week9 Weeks
    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$12,000
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationMadrid, Berlin, Amsterdam, Mexico City, Paris, Barcelona, Sao Paulo, Lisbon, London, Miami, Online
    This course enables students to design and build full stack JavaScript web applications. Students will learn the fundamentals of programming, with a big emphasis on battle-tested patterns and best practices. By the end of the course, students will have the ability to evaluate a problem and select the optimal solution using the language/framework best suited for a project’s scope. In addition to technical skills, the course will train students in how to think like a programmer. Students will learn how to deconstruct complex problems and break them into smaller modules. However, the most important skill that students will take away from this course is the ability to learn. Technology is fast-moving and ever-changing. A good programmer has a general understanding of the various programming languages and when to use them. A great programmer understands the fundamental structure and possesses the ability to learn any new language when required.
    Financing
    DepositYes
    Financing
    Do you need help with the payment? Visit our Financing page: https://www.ironhack.com/en/financing 

    Tuition PlansTuition varies by campus location
    ScholarshipIronhack offers an upfront scholarship of 10% off for any of our Web Development
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic programming knowledge
    Prep Work40-50 hours of online content that you'll have to complete in order to reach the required level at the next module.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewYes
  • Web Development Bootcamp (Part-Time)

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    AngularJS, Express.js, Front End, HTML, JavaScript, MongoDB, Node.js, CSS, React.js
    In PersonPart Time13 Hours/week24 Weeks
    Start Date None scheduled
    Cost$13,000
    Class sizeN/A
    LocationMiami, Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Berlin, Mexico City, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo, Lisbon
    This course enables students to design and build full stack JavaScript web applications. Students will learn the fundamentals of programming, with a big emphasis on battle-tested patterns and best practices. By the end of the course, students will have the ability to evaluate a problem and select the optimal solution using the language/framework best suited for a project’s scope. In addition to technical skills, the course will train students in how to think like a programmer. Students will learn how to deconstruct complex problems and break them into smaller modules. However, the most important skill that students will take away from this course is the ability to learn. Technology is fast-moving and ever-changing. A good programmer has a general understanding of the various programming languages and when to use them. A great programmer understands the fundamental structure and possesses the ability to learn any new language when required.
    Financing
    DepositYes
    Financing
    Do you need help with the payment? Visit our Financing page: https://www.ironhack.com/en/financing 
    Tuition PlansTuition varies by campus location
    ScholarshipIronhack offers an upfront scholarship of 10% off for any of our Web Development
    Getting in
    Minimum Skill LevelBasic programming knowledge
    Prep Work40-50 hours of online content that you'll have to complete in order to reach the required level at the next module.
    Placement TestYes
    InterviewYes
  • Don't do it
    - 10/7/2021
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    I wouldn't tell you to believe anything they tell you in the selection interview, their networking in some countries is 0. Don't choose them for the networking, career week is very basic and I was promised in the interview that they would help me in the country I was in and they have no idea about the market. 
    The quality of study is very fast, it's not because it's a bootcamp, I did two and at Ironhack they save a lot on teachers, they would need at least 3 TA's and they have 1.
    The reviews on GitHub are fast, you can apply to jobs with a horrible GitHub and not know it, you leave without knowing how to make a good GitHub.
    Personally I complained and they ignored me and now that I have a job they write to me to use me as an example and publicity, many people who come out as an example of success in Ironhack did not get help from Ironhack. It is very expensive for what they offer. The career week is about making your CV and very basic things, we didn't improve our GitHub, there was no networking and they didn't help us at all to make a portfolio, I don't recommend it.
  • Anonymous • Student
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     Cuando te inscribes en un bootcamp de 7000 € evidentemente lo haces con la expectativa de encontrar un trabajo bien remunerado y en poco tiempo. Eso es lo que prometen estos bootcamps y eso es lo que a fin de cuentas les permite justificar esas cifras tan elevadas. Desafortunadamente esto ya no es así. Los alumnos graduados en epoca covid tardan meses en encontrar trabajo ahora, y sin embargo el precio del bootcamp es el mismo. Cuando te apuntas al bootcamp desde Ironhack te dicen que el 80% de los alumnos encuentran trabajo en 3 meses, lamentablemente esto es mentira. 
    La famosa Hiring Week, que es la última semana del bootcamp en la cual vienen empresas a fichar alumnos recién salidos simplemente no existe. Te dan cuatro charlas por zoom y te dicen que te hagas linkedin, ya está. No hay ningún tipo de contacto con ninguna empresa, cero. Las personas que se encargan de ayudar a los alumnos a encontrar trabajo hacen lo que pueden pero por lo visto no conocen muy bien los conocimientos que tienen los alumnos ya que de las poquísimas ofertas que comparten con nosotros algunas piden PHP, SQL, tecnologías que no se enseñan en el bootcamp. 
    El bootcamp es lo que es, un negocio para los fundadores. Hace dos años puede que mereciera la pena pero ahora mismo no ya que no vas a encontrar tan rápido como ellos prometen. 
  • Anonymous • Graduate
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    If you are going to pay for this course with your savings I recommend you not to do it!!! If it is paid by Job-center totally recommended (So try to get job centers to help to pay it.)

    Reasons why the price is too high for what they offer:
    - One reason is what Ironhack promises they don't deliver.
    - Ironhack just teaches you the very basics. If you are applying for a job you might encounter a Test where you don't know what to do because Web Development is such a wide area that you will find a lot of stuff that of course, you will not cover in the course.
    Things that they don't teach you and are very important in the industry are for example SQL, GraphQL, React Hooks, Redux and Typescript.
    - Fast Track Interviews (FTI) are not reliable. I have gotten some matches but with unprofessional companies and some not even a Web Developer position. (and of course, most of the companies don't even answer). So don't rely on them for looking for a job because I am already since 6 months without a job applying like crazy everywhere.
    - Nevertheless are still people in my batch that found jobs, some by contacts and some (like 3 and we were 15) in a hard way, some did already had jobs and stayed in their position. The ones that found a job in a hard way were by opportunities (that they mentioned as luck) but luck is also an important factor to find a job. But of course, after paying that amount of money by yourself you feel left alone.
    - Ironhack does offer workshops for Redux and Typescript but again they cost you extra money (approx 215€).
    - The teachers were very good and amazing the only reason I had fun programming and started this journey.

    #PeaceOut 

    Hope you find my honest review helpful!
    (Helpful reminder is that they don't give any refunds and if you drop out they charge you the weeks you were in the course)
     

  • Not worth the money
    - 11/28/2020
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    Lack of professionalism through and through. Teacher assistants are not experienced nor capable enough to be help. Not worth the money. Learnt more by myself on YouTube.
  • Anonymous • Graduate
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    Sorry for this long paragraph, you can jump to the conclusions :)
    I enrolled Ironhack trying to change my careerpath, from business related job positions to data analytics. 
    First of all, when we started the students were really enthusiastic about this course even though we knew that the experience would be really intense, in terms of learning.

    We started the first day and our teacher didn't know how to teach, he had really good background but we ended up being more confused than how we started (having done pre-work). Then we started complaining about the teaching quality and all they tell us is, yes, please give us more feedback. 

    (The course is 9 weeks) During the first 3 or 4 weeks of full python learning, we learn a lot, but thanks to youtube tutorials, which leads us to spending 3-4 more hours on average than the other data analytics to complete the assignment. During the 5th-6th week we start with Statistics, and we don't understand a thing. and then 7th-8th week it's Machine Learning, magic happens here and in the classroom something breaks (some electrical supply) and we cannot use the projector, we ping administration saying hey, we have a problem, please check, don't do it the last week (we have to do a final project and we need to be really focused). At some point the General Manager of Ironhack Barcelona, Adrià Baqués, he came to our class to listen to our complains  and he basically told us that professors are like Unicorns , it's really difficult to find a good professor, so we were really happy (irony) with his intervention (which was late (but hey, better late than never)) which set us even in sadder mood. 

    TAs in my opinion, they were good, not outstanding, they were trying to have fun all the time when we were struggling, but I also understand that's because the teaching quality was not the best.

    Environment and team spirit (Ironbeers), good but I think I prefer a little worse environment and better teaching quality.

    My conclusion about Data Analytics course in Ironhack, I think they are confused about what a data analyst does (even though they try to stress hardly the differences between Data Analysts, Data Scientists and Data Engineer), data analysts don't need a full week on Machine Learning (but I guess it's because Machine Learning seems attractive and trendy). We even weren't taught how to interpret charts or how it's better to conduct an analysis, which should be a must for any data analyst course, also SQL, we did only 1 day in SQL and in every data analyst position we are asked for SQL knowledge. Moreover, I think they should ask for feedback 3-4 times and do something with it instead of being like hey, we listen to you but we don't do anything.
  • Data Analytics
    - 11/17/2020
    Anonymous • Graduate
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    Cómo lo que en el papel y por opiniones de colegas que habían hecho el de Web apuntaba como una de las mejores experiencias para cambiar de sector acabo siendo un despropósito.

    Vale, Covid. Pero no hacía falta despreocuparse de esa forma de los alumnos que habíamos pagado por clases presenciales y obtuvimos un bootcamp descafeinado, en remoto y con un soporte 0 para la posterior búsqueda de empleo.

    El primer día te plantean el curso como algo que hay que currarse, spoiler: MENTIRA, que si no entregas las prácticas, llegas tarde, blabla,...no te gradúas, nada. Que habrá Hiring Fair dónde hablaríamos con empresas y tendríamos las primeras entrevistas, spoiler: MENTIRA.

    Durante todo el curso nos cambiaron 3 veces de profesor. Al último, lo soltaron en clase sin darle a penas explicaciones de cómo funcionaba, por dónde íbamos, qué incluía el currículum....Bien, Ironhack, bien. Llega una pandemia a nivel mundial y mientras todas las empresas TEC ya estaban diciendo que teletrabajo, ellos seguían empeñados en clase, con las supuestas faltas de asistencia que podían hacer que no te graduaras si querías quedarte en casa. Soluciones temporales para los primeros 15 días, esto lo entiendo, nadie sabía qué iba a durar tanto.... Pero no sé, ve entrando a preguntar cómo vamos, si hubiese aumentado un poquito el interés por la institución para ver si nos adaptábamos bien o no a las nuevas herramientas otro gallo cantaría. Total, comunicación 0 su parte. Tuvimos que pedir  que se nos informara de cómo iban las cosas. Y aquí entramos en una especie de proceso de negociación en que conseguimos algunos workshops y que nos dejaran repetir algunas clases a modo de compensación.

    Se acaba el bootcamp. Llega el momento de la famosa Carreer Week que acaban siendo algunas charlas a través de Zoom. Como no se puede hacer Hiring Fair nos proponen una especie de Tinder donde las empresas podrían hacer match con nuestros perfiles y nos aseguraban un mínimo de 3 entrevistas. De mi promoción cada uno hemos hecho un total de 0 entrevistas. Casi 6 meses después de graduarnos.

    Te recomiendo Ironhack si te sobra la pasta y quieres aprender lo justo para ponerlo en LinkedIn.
  • Anonymous • Graduate
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    Despite the promises they made you before starting... the bootcamp does not fulfill the expectations. The level is so low and the lessons are not up to date. They had good hiring numbers because there were a lot of job offers, but the level you get when finishing is not good at all.
  • Anonymous • Graduate
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    In general I'm pretty satisfied with the bootcamp as I was a "0 lines of codes written" student and I graduated building projects using AI and data analytics. 

    The main topics I think they could improve:

    1. Update the curriculum. There was a lack of training regarding cloud engineering when it came to the point of extracting the data. This is something that I found lacking of when going to job interviews.

    2. Instructors: My instructor was heading out of the institution so the general feeling in my class was that there was not a lot of effort in making us learn state of the art topics

    3. Job Assistance: I find profoundly unfair that I only have access to interviews with possible recruiters up to 6 months after graduation. If I would have known this I would've probably waited until the pandemic crisis passed. At least in Spain it has been a nightmare.

    4. Cohort building: My cohort was a mix between business graduates and STEM careers PhD's which was nice to get to know other people but we probably went more into AI rather than business analysis and this hurted my chances when it comes to job seeking. More business oriented training rather than "pneumonia detection" and "Nasa data" was the main point of discomfort.

    At the end what you put in you get out and if you are more interested in the business side I strongly recommend you aim your projects towards business cases rather than "cool look at what I can do" type of projects.
  • Anonymous • Graduate
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    After finishing on 25 July my Bootcamp I was very excited to finally get in contact with some companies. I did my career week as any normal student and they told us to read the material in the middle of the zoom meeting, which was a waste of time since you could read the material at home and not use 3 hours zoom meeting. After some days I found out that we would only get in contact with companies after 3 months. They said their new FTI is even better than the quick interviews they provided before... So I matched with two companies two weeks ago but of course one of the companies was only looking for Product Developer (nothing to do with web development) and the other one was a CEO that I sent an email to, of course, did not reply. When I asked about it they told me to be patient... Here is the thing I have been waiting already for 2 months and a half, I was counting on Ironhack to find a job because I am on a work-seeker Visa and they have failed me. I asked for a refund since the course also did lose their quality going online and also did not get anything. If you are looking for a job Ironhack is not enough since most of the companies use other technologies like PHP, SQL, or GraphQL things you don't learn in this course, search for it online and you will see no companies use MongoDB very few of them does. Think twice before paying a huge amount of money since it will not guarantee you a job position.  From 15 persons that graduated our batch only two that I know got jobs because they had contacts. The teacher was very good and professional the only thing that might be worst to pay but not 7500 euros.
  • Anonymous • Graduate
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    Ironhack Miami is a great boot camp with great instructors and TA’s the whole team is great with the exception of Daniel Brito who is the “Job placement”. You can surely get more with a LinkedIn Pro package for a month than he will ever get from him. If Ironhack Miami wants to keep taking this seriously, hire someone in that position that is willing to help not just someone that tells you about all the over 2k+ connections they have but he never connects to the graduates. He will not help you with getting a job, you’ll do that yourself. 
  • An Honest Review
    - 8/18/2020
    Anonymous • Graduate
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    Overall, I'm happy about my experience in Ironhack. To preface,  I had zero technical background and graduated so if I can do it, you can too! That being said, some things to consider ---
    1. It is a lot of hard work normally, but especially if you don't have a strong technical background get ready to put in extra work/time/dedication before and after class and through your weekends. 

    2. After all that grinding, you are able to produce 3 awesome projects (which you will be very proud of). However,  your overall grasp on web development is still pretty shallow so be prepared to continue learning and deepening your knowledge even after graduation. This bootcamp is a great starting point! 

    And lastly, 3. Even though this class is remote and invites students from anywhere, it is still focused towards South Florida particularly during Career Week where they help you search for jobs and prep you for interviews. Although they do teach you how to search for jobs (with this skill it's applicable  to wherever you are), but many of their references to jobs, companies, connections, speakers, fast track interviews matchmaking system, etc. are all Florida-based, so people who don't live there may feel excluded. The career department for all USA students is a one man show - Granted he is very knowledgeable and has much wisdom to offer, but I hope Ironhack hires more people to support in this area as the graduates' career needs are surely growing and beyond the limits of just one person.

    Overall, the experience was good, the instructors were GREAT, I cried, I laughed, I learned a lot, and it's worth the money.
  • Anonymous • Graduate
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    Ironhack was an amazing experience and I am thankful for everyone who helped me on my journey! David is very knowledgable in UX design and he is a genuinely awesome dude. Juan, Niko, and Stefan are also great teachers from what I heard from the web dev students and they were always fun to work with! Brito is another amazing person in Ironhack who gives you some tough love but it is all with good intentions! Just make sure to stay focused and keep your eye on the prize. The 9 weeks will FLY by.

Thanks!