Frequently Asked Questions

Duration

The program runs for a total period of 12 months and may vary depending on your agreement with us.

We test and take in people who we believe can be good programmers and work with them to develop their programming skills to an international standard. Three primary qualities we believe you should have include patience, logic processing ability and good character. For more information, please read our eligibility guideline.

Our first program will start by mid April and may be subsequent to change in future programs.

Our program is entirely free to attend and you don't need to be a graduate either. We test and take in people who we believe can be good programmers and work with them to develop their programming skills to an international standards.

Yes it is a physical/on-site training. The general involvment is about 8 - 12 hours a week and you will be required to be present at the venue during the training times.

You may learn over 3 languages or more during the training. Our training model is built in a way to enable you understand the core foundationals of computing as well as the different programming languages and paradigms

You will be learning full time. Your first three months will be highly intensive and will ultimately determine whether you're able to continue on the program. Your actual training is about 8 - 12 hours a week and you'll have access to mentors who can help you in your programming assignments/tasks.

No. You will be responsible for yourself and your transport for the first three months of the training but we'll do our best to support you financially and otherwise starting from your third month.

You will hear from us.

Yes. We pay basic stipends during your working trainee phase as well as internship phase.