Re:Coded provides an immersive and collaborative learning experience.

Students don’t just graduate with the skills they need to enter the workforce or launch their startup, they graduate as proactive leaders.


Get Collaborative

We’re more than a coding bootcamp or accelerator, we help our fellows become life-long learners and collaborative team players. Fellows get access to world-class curriculums and come together daily to apply their knowledge in-person. Throughout our programs, fellows strengthen their teamwork skills and help build the Re:Coded community.


Get access to an amazing community

Being part of the Re:Coded Alumni Network of Graduates enables fellows to get first access to events, job opportunities, speaker sessions, & short courses. Fellows are also connected to graduate network across across Turkey and Iraq for additional collaboration opportunities. 


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Get Job Ready

Re:Coded is a full-time commitment that includes experience with actual companies. You’ll develop relevant skills, putting them into practice right away on real client projects. Instead of a generic degree, you’ll graduate with a robust resume and a portfolio of work.




The people that thrive at Re:Coded, love learning and solving complex problems and appreciate the value of working as part of a team.


Step 1

Tell Us About yourself 

We want to understand who you are, why you want to be part of Re:Coded and how you’ll use your skills to launch an inspiring career. We don’t have any educational requirements; instead, our application process gives you the opportunity to show your skills and character.


Step 2

Admissions Challenge

Applicants that are shortlisted, partake in a week long homework challenge so we can assess your motivation and aptitude for the programs ahead.  




Step 3

Individual Interviews

After passing the homework challenge, you'll be invited to meet with a member of the Re:Coded team. In addition to getting to know more about you, we'll have you do some technical exercises. From here, we'll make our final decision.