KU Boot Camps
The boot camp curricula are designed with the most in-demand market needs in mind. KU Boot Camp empowers expert instructors and TAs to deliver a dynamic learning experience. Whether students choose to pursue web development or data analytics, they’ll be immersed in an intensive educational experience. Students not only learn the fundamentals, but also apply their knowledge to solve real-world problems, and build portfolios. KU Boot Camps are designed for professionals and students who are actively pursuing a career change or advancement or are looking to gain a new skill set.
Students will benefit from a wide range of career services to be positioned for success through graduation and beyond. Services include portfolio reviews, resume and social media profile support, high-impact career events, workshops, mock interviews, one-on-one career coaching, and recruiting advice. Students will also have access to a network of boot camp employer partners. Graduates will receive a certificate from the University of Kansas and will have a portfolio of projects demonstrating a working knowledge of web development or data analytics.
Recent KU Boot Camps News
- $500 Scholarship
Full Stack Flex Web Development, Part-time
- Minimum Skill Level
- Placement Test
$500 KU Boot Camps Scholarship
KU Boot Camps is a 24-week, full stack web development course. It is part-time and designed for working professionals and students who are actively pursuing a career change or advancement or looking to gain a new skillset. The Course Report community is now eligible for a $500 scholarship to KU Boot Camps.
Offer is only valid for new applicants to KU Boot Camp. Applicants who have already submitted an application cannot claim this scholarship. KU Boot Camps does not allow stacking of scholarships or discounts.
- Full Stack Flex Web Development, Part-time (Kansas City)
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Our latest on KU Boot Camps
Haven’t had time to keep up with all the coding bootcamp news this March? Not to worry– we’ve compiled it for you in a handy blog post and podcast. This month, we read a lot about CIRR and student outcomes reporting, we heard from reporters and coding bootcamp students about getting hired after coding bootcamp, a number of schools announced exciting diversity initiatives, and we added a handful of new schools to the Course Report school directory! Read below or listen to our latest Coding Bootcamp News Roundup Podcast.Continue Reading →
When coding bootcamps started gaining popularity, we wondered if tension would arise between traditional universities and these alternative education providers. On the contrary, a trend arose and universities have now been partnering with coding bootcamps for a few years now. When the Department of Education announced the EQUIP Initiative in October 2015, these collaborations were formalized by the US government; but EQUIP is just one example amongst the myriad of strategic and independent partnerships between universities and coding bootcamps.
Updated April 2018Continue Reading →