Coding School Comparison: How Microverse Compares

Microverse is unlike any educational experience you've had before - you learn in an environment that mimics a remote workspace and learn collaboratively with peers. Here's how other coding schools compare to Microverse.

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Benefits are

  • Access to global opportunities
  • Working from anywhere
  • Life-long career coaching
  • Better career trajectory
  • More interesting projects
  • Soft skill development
  • Working with people from different cultures
  • Landing USD salaries
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Challenges are

  • Need to be an independent worker
  • Need access to stable internet and power
  • Need to know how to collaborate remotely
  • Need to self-manage time and responsibilities
  • Need to be fluent in "working" English
  • Need to be mindful of other cultures

How Microverse Compares

 
 Microverse
Other Bootcamps
University Degree (Computer Science)
Online courses
Time Commitment
10 months, full-time
3-6 months
4 years
No fixed time
Course Outcomes
+90% of students land a job within 6 months
Varies
No set outcomes
No set outcomes
Location
Online, available in every country
Local or varies
Local
Online, varies
Cost
No upfront payments. Don't pay until you land a job making more than 1000 USD per month, then pay 15% of your salary until you've paid your 15,000 USD ISA
$1000-10,000 (varies)
Varies
$0-$1000
Cost if unemployed or working outside of tech)
$0
$1000-10,000 (varies)
Varies
$0-$1000
Support
Lifelong
Varies
Varies
None
Course Language
English
Local language
Local language
Local language or English
Programming Languages
Modern
Modern
Traditional
Modern
Learning Style
Online and collaborative
In-person or online lessons
In-person or online lessons
Online lessons
Group Work
Yes
Sometimes
Sometimes
No
Community
International
Local
Local
Varies
Professional Skills
Yes
Yes, but varies
No
No
Hours Spent Coding
1000+
200-600
800+
Up to you
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