In order to apply, there is a business skills assessment with an online code test, an individual interview, and a group gaming session to assess teamwork abilities. The course is free and open to job seekers 18 to 25 years old. If prospective students do not have programming skills, MolenGeek recommends participation in the MolenGeek Coding Week to gain experience.
MolenGeek is also a coworking space where young entrepreneurs come to work on projects, network, and share experiences. MolenGeek also offers opportunities to learn new digital professions in other areas of expertise or start an entrepreneurial project. Upon completion of the course, students will receive a Certificate of Vocational Training in Brussels.
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