I enjoyed everything about the bootcamp: the lectures were engaging, challenges satisfying, and above all, the social aspect was really well taken care of. Though we can still catch up around alumni drinks, I'm really going to miss my Le Wagon Tokyo family...
I landed my job about a month after graduating, via the Tech Jobs Night organized by Le Wagon.Apply now
After working for 3 years as head of customer service in a Japanese company, I wanted to make a step and dive into the tech world. Thanks to Le Wagon, I acquired the skills I was looking for, and I also had the chance to join an awesome and very diverse team at Tacchi Studios.Apply now
After graduating from Le Wagon, I took two months to solidify my knowledge and add some projects to my portfolio. I was introduced to Pocket Concierge through 500 Startups Japan, and after meeting their founders I fell in love with their passion and dedication to their mission.Apply now
I had always wanted to know how to code without really knowing where to start. My several attempts to learn as an autodidact had always failed so I decided to look for training. This is how I found out about Le Wagon Tokyo. I landed a job just before graduation thanks to Le Wagon's team, and am now back to my initial industry.Apply now
I decided to enroll in Le Wagon to deeply understand the technical side of web applications. The 9 weeks I spent provided way more than I was expecting, especially from a product design viewpoint. The course is extremely dense, and covers a lot of content in a short amount of time. I eventually found my UX Designer job within a few weeks after the bootcamp.Apply now
Attending Le Wagon was the right choice for me, and exactly what I needed: I truly enjoyed the multi-national and multi-cultural environment, the networking opportunities, and the very product-oriented curriculum.
Ryo is now UI Designer at Rakuten, the Japan-based tech giant!Apply now
I graduated from Le Wagon at the end of November 2018, and I’m now working at a FinTech startup as a fullstack developer in Japan. I was a banker in an investment bank before joining Le Wagon. Though I didn’t have any coding skill, I really wanted to change my career and my life, and Le Wagon made it happen.Apply now
I am a maker at heart, and I've always had the drive to build things, whether through 3D printing or programming. I was teaching English before Le Wagon, and really liked the campus atmosphere from the very first time I visited them. I met amazing people through the bootcamp, and landed a UX designer in a top Tokyo design agency - What I had always wanted.Apply now