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In PersonPart Time14 Hours/week17 Weeks
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In PersonPart Time14 Hours/week22 Weeks
Deposit 376 FinancingNucamp Fair Student Agreement
Tuition Plans $10/month while graduating Refund / Guarantee According to state laws Scholarship Yes https://www.nucamp.co/scholarships
Deposit 349 Refund / Guarantee According to state laws Scholarship Yes https://www.nucamp.co/scholarships
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- I chose Nucamp since I wanted to know about coding and learn more about it, but what I liked the most was being able to learn everything, along with meeting new people and having new experiences. The teacher that I had (Paul Yun) was also very friendly and helpful with every step of the way. I would definitely recommend this class to everyone and anyone who's interested in learning how to code!
- Hello World- 12/6/2020Rod Wallen • Supervisor | Member Services • Student • Course: Web Development Fundamentals • Campus: Las Vegas • Verified via LinkedInI've spent the better part of 6 years searching for an effective program that would allow me to learn the necessary skills to development and manage websites. On my search for coding bootcamps in the Las Vegas, NV area, I found that there were only 3 options available.
One option cost approx $12,000 and consisted of a 26 week course that required full-time hours M-F 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. This option would have required me to either reduce my hours at work to part-time, or to change my work schedule to allow to both work full time and learn.
The second option cost approx $20,000 for a 9 month course. They offered a student agreement that would allow me to attend the courses for free now, and then I would be able to repay them once I graduted from the program. There was a lot of fine print on what repayment would look like, and I got the gist that as long as I had any job yeilding an income of $40,000 or higher, the repayment of the loan would begin. My biggest problem with this option is that I am likely to make $40,000 in my current field of profession and this didn't seem like it would offer a very smooth transition into the new field I am pursuing.
The final option was Nucamp. Nucamp's cost was approx. $1750 for a 22 week course (Early bird special) In addition, the courses are laid out in such a way that only requires about 2 hours per day M-F and then a 4 hour session on the weekend. Being that I am still sceptical, I decided to give the Web Development Fundamentals course a try. This is a 4 week course that covers the essentials of Web Development. I've taken similar courses, so I felt this would give me a good guage for how managing my course load and work/life balance would work.
I have just turned in my 4th and final project for this course and I am excited about all the things that I have learned. I am looking forward to starting the full-stack bootcamp and furthering my learning.
- Worth it- 12/6/2020Matthew • Student • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Online • Verified via GitHubThis was an excellent Bootcamp. I learned a lot from this Bootcamp the instructors are great, and it is way less expensive. Then all of the other Bootcamps that I have researched, and I really like how they are trying to make this affordable for everyone wanting to learn how to code! I respect what they are trying to accomplish, which is truly admirable.
- Great class for the money- 11/7/2020Kyler • Student • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Marysville • Verified via GitHubIt was affordable, it focused on modern technology and gave a good overview of best practices (BUT HOOKS, we need to learn Hooks). The instructors were great, very knowledgeable and the post graduation job networking will more than likely be worth the cost of the class by itself. Highly recommend!
- student- 11/5/2020Janekia pinkard • Student • Campus: Charlotte • Verified via LinkedIn
- Full Stack Bootcamp- 11/4/2020Jackie Medina • Student • Course: Full Stack Web and Mobile Application Development • Campus: Online • Verified via LinkedInI chose Nucamp because of the flexibility with time. I work full-time and this gave me the capacity to do work and study without sacrificing either. It is a sacrifice in terms of studying for hours after work but very worth it in my opinion. I wish I had done it sooner!
- Web Fundamentals - A Great Experience!- 11/3/2020Moses Ramirez • Student • Campus: Austin • Verified via GitHubI chose Nucamp mainly because of their price, which is a tenth of the typical cost of the big-name camps, but I also noticed their reviews were as high or higher than those camps. Any of the negative reviews were for the same reasons anyone rated any of the other camps badly. After doing some more research, I decided on Nucamp.
I started with the Web Fundamentals course. I had a great experience. The instructor is an actual working developer and not someone employed by the camp. (This isn't always a bad thing, but one can definitely forget a lot of they're not actively working.) The class is limited to ten people, so the instructor isn't overwhelmed and can set aside time in their busy schedule to be available for questions. You can connect with your instructor and the other students via dedicated Slack channels, which include even those who have already taken the class and the other instructors, in case you need help. We are asked every week to evaluate the instructor and the course, so the instructor is motivated to follow through.
There is an expectation to to a lot of the modules and code challenges on your own, so you really have to take this seriously of you're an absolute beginner. These consist of follow-along videos as well as written instructions. They give you a suggested pace along with several recommendations for supplemental study along the way. Your tasks and modules are gamified, and there is a leaderboard where you can see your own progress as well as that of the others.
The weekend workshops are encouraging as you get to spend a solid amount of time (currently online) with your cohorts. The instructor reviews the lessons you completed during the week, and then you work on a project with one or two others.
As a result of the great experience, I enrolled in the full-stack course!
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Of the students who enroll at Nucamp, 75% graduated. 100% of graduates were job-seeking and 78% of job-seeking graduates found in-field employment after 180 days and report a median income of . Below is the 180 Day Employment Breakdown for 1131 graduates included in this report: