Tough selection + Demanding training = Job-ready professionals.
With over 500 hours of coding, three group projects and seven evaluations, only the most dedicated and highly motivated students graduate from the Codaisseur Academy. The graduation rate is 75%.
Our graduates possess the following skills (this is by no means an exhaustive list):
- HTML5 and CSS3
- APIs & Security
Our students took on a big adventure; most of them quit their jobs before starting the Academy. Their commitment to learning and becoming developers is undeniable from the day they step into our Academy.
We have welcomed over 35 nationalities (and counting) into our Academy and 40% of our graduates are female.
Most of our graduates already had work experience when they started the Academy. We've seen it all: from doctors and lawyers to musicians and historians. Yes, we train people to become junior developers, but these people aren’t junior in life.
Interested in working with us or interested in hiring developers?
The tuition fee is € 11.520, evenly divided over 24 monthly installments, which we only start charging when you hire one of our graduates.
Can I carry this tuition fee? Yes, absolutely! Like 90% of our hiring partners do, you can take the tuition fee upon yourself and benefit from the tax break.
Happy employee and happy accountant, score!
Do I have have to? No. But then please offer your employee a salary that allows them to pay it off themselves.
Want to know more about the tuition fee and hiring a junior developer?
How can I get in touch with your Graduates?
You can either ask us to share a link to your vacancy with our Graduates or to introduce you to individual candidates you select from our talent pool.
You are also welcome to approach Graduates yourself. In the "Our Talent Pool" section, they've all shared their current residence, preferred stack, as well as links to their Github and LinkedIn profiles.
Do I pay any tax on my employee's tuition fee?
No, as an employer you can pay for your employee's tuition fee free of any taxes(no salary tax, no VAT, no profit tax). Training costs are subject to the "Werkkostenregeling" (WKR), but excluded from the "forfait". See Handboek Loonheffingen under 20.1.3 (p.222), available here.
What do your students learn?
For our latest curriculum, please go here.