We have listed the most common questions asked by our applicants, which we encourage you to carefully read through if you are considering applying to one of our bootcamps.
What is Codely's mission?
To encourage women, as well as trans and non binary students to pursue a fulfilling career in tech; to equip them with the skills needed to become leading developers and data engineers in their fields; and to launch a supportive network of professionals who will transform the culture of tech.
Why is Codely just for women?
Codely was created with the intention of reducing the gender disparity in tech. We believe the lack of representation for women-identified people in this industry is a complex issue that will require more than one solution. Our approach is to cultivate an environment that is conducive both to learning advanced material and to developing a supportive network of individuals who are familiar with the issues uniquely faced by women-identified people in tech.
Applications and Fees
WHat is the application process?
After submitting an online application, we will contact you within 1-3 days to schedule an interview. This first interview is simply a conversation, wherein we’ll have the opportunity to get to know one another. The second offline interview entails a small coding challenge. Once you submit the solution, you’ll hear back from us in 1-2 days. If we feel the bootcamp is a good fit for you, we will offer you a slot in the program. To secure your place, we require you to provide a non-refundable €300 deposit.
How much does the bootcamp cost?
Tuition for a Codely bootcamp is €7800 for non-residents and €6240 for Spanish residents (taxes included). Please note that a scholarship and the resident discount cannot be combined: the student will be awarded with only the higher percent between the two.
When do I have to pay for the course?
You are required to reserve your spot after admittance into Codely with a nonrefundable deposit of €300. The remaining tuition must be paid in full before the first day of your course, unless you have selected a deferred payment plan.
What is the Deferred Payment Plan?
Because we will feel confident in our student’s ability to secure employment after our rigorous training program, we offer admitted students a deferred payment plan option through the popular student lending program through Quotanda. Students who opt into the deferred payment plan are required to pay a small down-payment upfront and the remaining tuition is to be paid in installments either before or up to one year after the program at no additional interest.
How can I learn more about the deferred tuition payment application?
Do you offer scholarships?
Codely as well as our various corporate, governmental and non-governmental partners provide a limited number of partial scholarships on a competitive basis. Please note that a scholarship and the resident discount cannot be combined: the student will be awarded with only the higher percent between the two.
Does Codely Offer Discounts?
In addition to the resident discount, Codely also offers discounted rates through partnerships with governments, corporations as well as organizations. To learn more about our partnership plans, write us at email@example.com.
Can my tuition be reimbursed?
Codely’s tuition refund policy is determined by how far in advance you need to make a change:
with more than 30 days advance notice, you’ll receive: 100% credit (excluding your nonrefundable deposit) to be used within one year or a 90% refund of your tuition payment
30 days or less advance notice: 80% credit to be used within one year or a 50% refund of your tuition payment
Following Day 1 of the Course: No credit or refund of your tuition payment may be issued
Can I attend Codely if I am not an EU citizen?
Codely is an international program that does not require a student visa to attend. For further information on tourist visa requirements, please consult your home country guidelines.
When Should I apply?
The sooner the better. Applications are received on a rolling basis until the class is full or the application deadline has been reached.
In what language is the course taught?
All classes are taught in English.
What level of proficiency in English is required?
Students are expected to have a good understanding of English. For this reason, students will be asked to demonstrate English language competency during the interview process.
Who are the instructors?
Our instructors have experience working in the industry as teachers and technical professionals. Our instructors come from around the world and are passionate about Codely’s mission.
Are the instructors and mentors only women?
Though Codely is women-driven, we are not anti-men. We invite men who align with our vision to contribute to Codely, as instructors, speakers, and as mentors.
How often do I meet with my mentor?
We seek out mentors who can meet with students on an as-needs basis.
Do I need my own computer?
Yes. Codely does not provide students with computers, and we ask that you work from your own throughout the course. A laptop built in the last decade will suffice.
Do I need to know how to code before applying?
A programming background is not required to attend our Full Stack Development course, but previous exposure will certainly help.
A programming background is required to attend our Big Data Engineering course.
Living in Barcelona
Are accommodations provided?
Codely does not provide housing, but we will advise you on how to find a comfortable and affordable living arrangement. Our students are eligible to secure low-cost student housing with our partner Comforts of Homes. We also recommend using the Badi app, which makes it easy to find a good room and compatible roommates.
Can I work while I am there?
Students who are attending our full-time, intensive program, are strongly discouraged from working while attending. For those who do wish to work while participating, our 6-month, part-time Full Stack Development course was designed for you.
Is food provided?
Codely provides breakfast daily (typically fruit, cereal, oatmeal, etc). Spaces 22@ has a café for purchasing food and a refrigerator for food storage, should you wish to bring your own. Of course, since you have an hour lunch break each day, you’ll also have time to eat at one of the many cafés in the neighborhood.
What does it cost to live in Spain?
|Accommodation (shared apt)||€350-500|
|Accommodation (one bed apt)||from €650|
|Pass for all means of transport||€53|
|Bicing (City Bike) Annual Pass||€47,16|
|Electricity + Gas||€80-100 for the whole flat|
|Mobile phone||from €15|
|Beer at a Bar||€2|
|Espresso / Small Coffee||€1,20|