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Admission Process and Policy

Learn more about our unique admission policy which is result oriented. You have to prove your seriousness in learning and only then you are admitted to our bootcamp. This makes our admission policy as unique as our Bootcamp.

Admission Policy

We will only accept programmers with at least a year of work experience. English proficiency is required.

The most crucial factor in your application will be your outcome on the coding test. Don't worry if you do poorly on some of the questions. What matters is your performance relative to the other candidates.

The second most important is past achievements. If you went to a highly ranked school, studied at a highly rated Bootcamp or school, or have some other impressive accomplishment, that will help your application. We want to see you have the ability to stick with something for a long time until you master it.

Third, having some previous experience with blockchain programming will help. Although our curriculum doesn't assume previous experience, it's pretty fast-paced, so having a headstart will help you succeed and demonstrate to us you are passionate about the subject.

Fourth, students who can legally work in the United States, the United Kingdom, the European Union, or Singapore will be given a slight preference. These are where most of our hiring partners are.

Finally, although the admission essay is optional, it can significantly tip the scales in your favor. For example, we've had students who were self-taught programmers with less than two years of experience at small companies do astoundingly well in our program because they know what a long learning journey looks like and how to succeed. We will be eager to accept you if you can prove that you fit that profile. Tell us about the subjects you've taught yourself and what motivated you to learn them. We love to take risks on potential rising stars who haven't yet had the chance to shine, so if that's you, let us know!

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.

Admission Process

After you submit your application, you will receive an email with a link to a coding test. If your score doesn't hit a certain threshold, your application will be automatically turned down. Above that threshold, we will evaluate your application and get back to you about the evaluation. We are not always able to make a decision immediately because we need to evaluate your application relative to the other candidates for the upcoming cohorts.

We limit cohorts to 5 students per month to ensure maximally effective learning outcomes. If you have a great application but didn't quite make it in, we will offer to waitlist you for the upcoming month.

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