We've designed two schedule options to provide flexibility to students. If neither option works, please contact us and see how we can best support you. Class schedule may change based on registrations.
24 weeks | Feb 2, 2021 - July 17, 2021
Tue & Thu 8:30pm to 10:30pm
Wed & Fri 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Saturday 1:00 to 5:00pm
We designed this program to support working individuals who want to learn programming. You will learn to build a website and server using the MERN stack. And there will be lots of programming activities and project making for the rest of the week.
We focus on fundamental skills and practical applications. For more details on the curriculum, please contact us.
To protect our students and staff, Uplift is now offering classes fully online! Just like before, we specialize in all-day, full-time live, instructor-led courses.
Now is the perfect time to learn new skills. Programming can be effectively learned and practiced at home during social-distancing for anyone with a computer and internet connection. We teach you every step of the way with live instruction, one-on-one mentoring and the supportive environment you need to perform your best.
If you are interested in starting a career as a software developer, this program is for you.
We invite career switchers, fresh graduates (even if your degree is unrelated to software) and anyone else who wants to kickstart their future as a software developer.
For the full time program - classes are Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm (except holidays).
For the part time program - classes are every Saturday, 8am-5pm and Tuesday, Thursday 6-8pm.
There will be homework and projects assigned that students will need to complete outside of class. Expect to spend significant time studying outside class hours.
Our student application process includes a motivation check, logical assessment, and an interview. To begin your application, please send the following in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org:
Note: Your answer can be a paragraph long (100 - 300 words). You can also describe your future career goals and what you would like to achieve during and after the course of the program.
We will follow up with next steps after we receive these from you.
We aim to teach technical skills in full-stack web development. We focus on hands-on building of web applications and understanding the core of Software Engineering. Software development skills are universal and sought-after around the globe.
It is important to note that there is no application fee to apply for the program. For tuition, we offer several available payment plans depending on financial needs. Here are the options for payment plan:
|Full||Full payment before class start at a discount.|
|Monthly Installment||Includes a down payment and remaining balance is fully paid in installment throughout the duration of the program.|
|Study Now, Pay Partially||Includes a down payment and remaining balance is paid in installment throughout the duration of the program with optional extension post program.|
|Study Now, Pay Later||Tuition is paid after the program|
Our Study Now, Pay Partially and Later programs are available for students with financial need who pass a qualification process. The screening process will cover motivation, logical abilities, computer skills and learning.
Note: We want to help you succeed. For further questions about financing options, please contact us at email@example.com
What language will the course be taught in?
The main language used in the course is Tagalog. Our instructors are all bi-lingual and students should have some proficiency in English also.
What are the requirements to apply?
We encourage everyone with a strong work ethic and passion for computing to apply. You do not need any previous programming experience, but applicants should be familiar with basic computer and internet usage.
How much time commitment does the course require?
Our 16-week full-time course is 40 hours of live classes per week plus 10-20 hours per week of homework and projects. Students should expect to give Uplift Code Camp a full commitment.
Our 24-week part-time course is 12 hours of live classes per week plus 10-20 hours per week of homework and projects. Students should expect lots of homeworks to practice on outside class hours. Coding should be an everyday routine.
Will I receive a certificate at the end of the program?
Yes, all students who pass the course will receive an official certificate showing that they have successfully completed our program.
Is there a community in this program?
Yes, each course session is a small group of individuals passionate about learning and technology. Our students study together, learn together and complete group projects together. Develop long-lasting friendships and professional relationships. Be surrounded by those who will support you, encourage you and celebrate with you.
How can this program help me find a job?
We have a number of positions that will be available for students who successfully complete projects on time and graduate the bootcamp. We do our best to arrange job placements for qualified students at the end of the bootcamp program with our partner companies. We will also assist in honing students’ technical and non-technical interviewing skills. Students will need to qualify for the roles and will have to pass job interviews.
What if I need to take time off during the course?
Every day of this course will teach critical new skills. Students who miss days will need to work with the instructor to learn the lessons from those days. This is especially critical in the first few weeks of the course. If you expect to miss multiple consecutive days, please coordinate with us in advance to determine whether this course will be a good fit for your schedule.
What sort of salary can I expect?
Many software developers in Metro Manila earn PHP 30-40k/month. Salaries for new grads may start around 20k-25k/month and developers with significant experience can expect 50-60k/month or more. Depending on the specialization and employer, highly experienced and expert Principal Software Engineers can earn more than PHP 100k/month. Software salaries in the Philippines are growing and we expect these numbers to continue rising in the coming years.
Is there an application fee?
No, it is free to apply for Uplift Code Camp.