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Amsterdam’s Hack Your Future Opened Applications for their Free Coding School for Refugees

Coding school for refugees

Based in Amsterdam but open to candidates from all over the Netherlands, Hack Your Future has just opened applications for the next cycle of their free coding school for refugees. 

By SWB Team

Hack Your Future, the coding school for refugees based in Netherlands, is looking for new students for their class starting on June 30th. 

Hack Your Future is a refugee coding school, in which they teach you the fundamentals of programming in JavaScript. After the program – which lasts 6 months – they connect students to employers who are hiring programmers – they’ve already helped many of their graduates find work after their studies.

Requirements to enter the course include speaking English at an intermediate level; the motivation to to start a career in programming; and committing to study at home around 30 hours per week to keep up with the program.

The school teaches one Sunday per week in Amsterdam, and always pays for train tickets for those living in other cities, or far away). The course is for free and starts every two months.

You can apply before June 9th here.

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