Israel Tech Challenge
Israel Tech Challenge is a coding education program based out of Tel Aviv offering a range of programs in software development and cyber security, ranging from 3 weeks to 5 months. The programs include a 3-week mini bootcamp teaching the basics of coding, a 5-month CTO Boot Camp, a 10-week programmer internship, a 6-week cyber security program, a 10-month cyber security and data science fellowship.
All programs give students an experience of the Tel Aviv lifestyle, with trips and events. Longer programs also include Hebrew classes, networking, hackathons and tech events.
Recent Israel Tech Challenge Reviews: Rating 4.25
Israel Tech Challenge Reviews
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It is purely down to Israel Tech Challenge that I am now working as a full-time Web Developer. My previous professional experience had nothing to do with tech, so for me to be able to come for 5 months, work hard, and find a career as a web developer is a truly incredible turn of events! The staff are super friendly and well-educated and the program is takes place in an awesome location. I'd definitely recommend it!
I highly recommend the CTO program they have connctions with industry partners such as PayPal, Check Point, EMC and startups such as Dapulse.
As much as I wish ITC to succeed, the bootcamp cohort W16-17, was one of the worst organized academic experiences I have ever had. This bootcamp had one teaching assistant for 26 participants. Lecturers were average and did not have much interaction with students and slideshows always seem put together at the last second full of typos and confusing content. Administration while claiming to care, does little to address lack of resourcing. The administration also does little to organize the day efficiently, and never adheres to schedules. All in all this organization is cheating participants of their money, would never recommend.