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Below you will find all the information you need to know about the Bootcamp logistics, timeline, and more.
1️⃣ First Step: Pre-Course
The pre-course is a short self-paced syllabus that students must complete before our Bootcamp in order to build the necessary foundation in programming. The content is for beginners and does not require any previous experience in coding.
The final task of the pre-course is a small project that you will need to submit in order to demonstrate that you have covered the syllabus. We also want students to show commitment and put in the time and effort to prepare for the Bootcamp. The final project is due on May 28th at 11:59 PM.
Applicants who do not complete the pre-course will not move forward in our selection process and will not attend the Bootcamp.
2️⃣ Second Step: Interviews
After reviewing your pre-course project, will be contacting successful candidates for an interview. The interview is the last stage in the selection process, and we will let you know shortly after whether you have been accepted.
We are conducting interviews only with students who have successfully submitted the pre-course. Interviews will be held until the end of February.
Pre-Course Deadline: May 28th at 11:59 PM
Interviews period: Rolling until June 4th
Admission decision by: June 4th
Bootcamp Start date: June 19th
The Bootcamp is full-time.
The Bootcamp will be every day from Sunday to Thursday, from 9AM to 8PM. Consider this like a full-time job and students must be available to attend the full Bootcamp.
The Bootcamp will be held in a hybrid format.
The Bootcamp will be held half online, half in-person. This means that we require students to be present face-to-face for at least half of the period. The Bootcamp is taking place in Cairo but the exact location is to be confirmed.
We are conscious of long commute times for our students and are doing our best to maximize outcomes for everyone. We will confirm the location very soon.