Our prime focus is to maximise your learning experience and get you thinking like a software developer. We have an average of 6 students per teacher everyday, to guide and help you through your daily coding challenges.
Our 9 week syllabus is heavily product focused, you'll code and launch two web applications in the final 3 weeks, collaborating in teams, getting you ready for life in the tech industry. We have tested and improved our program over more than 140 cohorts with a team of full-time engineers improving our educational platform on a daily basis.
After Le Wagon you will be able to find your dream job, whether it be a product manager, developer or entrepreneur, our full stack bootcamp prepares everyone for a career change. On top of that, you will be joining thousands of alumni over 27 cities world-wide, providing an international community that's always there for each other and lifetime access to our ever-improving tech education platform.
We believe so much in what we do and are forever proud of being ranked the number 1 coding bootcamp in the world on Switchup.
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Arthur was born in France and grew up in Italy, after graduating from ESSEC business school he worked in a french tech startup as a business developer and then decided he wanted to learn how to code to put his entrepreneurial ideas in application. Since then he's been coding and sharing his tech knowledge, teaching and assisting students at Le Wagon.
Sandrine has worked in tech for 6 years, in the US, France and London. She started on the VC side, then joined TheFamily's founding team in 2013 to help build the Parisian startup accelerator. In 2014, she joined the Bitcoin industry, first at Coinbase then went on to create a new cryptocurrency, which raised $1M in a 3-day crowdfunding campaign. And when she's not working, she's learning how to code (yes!).