The demand for developer talent in the Netherlands is enormous. There are more vacancies than developers to fill them.

By week 11 of the Academy, you'll have learned the most cutting-edge frameworks and you'll possess all the skills that are required from a professional programmer. The curriculum changes frequently so that it's always as up-to-date and in line with market demand as possible. You'll most likely start as a junior when you get hired, but you'll hit the ground running!

This all means that when you get hired, you are helping companies just as much as they are helping you, so they're more than willing to pay your tuition fee.
And as an added benefit, companies can also profit from a lot of tax breaks by covering your tuition. So it's a Win-Win situation!

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