To apply, there is an online application, and upon passing the second stage evaluation test, an interview is scheduled. Applicants should be fluent in English at level B2 or above when applying and be willing to work in Jordan as a software engineer after graduation.
Since RBK aims to reboot the lives of refugees and Jordanians through immersive computer programming training, there are no upfront costs to tuition as it is deferred until finding employment. Job placement is guaranteed as RBK has relationships with over 30 local hiring partners in Jordan.
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