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Frequently Asked Questions

Nope, you do not need to have any prior experience or knowledge in Software Engineering to sign up for this program. It is beginner-friendly and designed to accommodate you at any level of experience.

Not at all! You just need to be in Africa or the UK 🙂

Classes will be held online, however you will also have the opportunity to meet in person during our annual community retreat.

Yes. You can replay missed classes.

Nope, the application fee is £0.

Of course, you will. At the end of the programme, participants will gain an accredited qualification in software engineering from eWorker Academy in partnership with accredited universities and learning partners in the UK.

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Once you’ve successfully registered, an eWorker Academy study pack with all the materials you need for our assessment will be sent to you. Please ensure you provide a valid email address when applying and check your spam folder for emails from us. It is important you study the materials provided in the eWorker School study kit.

The assessment is in three stages: Communication Test, Aptitude Test and Basic Technical Test. The technical test will be based on the materials provided in eWorker Academy home study pack you will receive after you have successfully applied.

The assessment will take place in two batches. The first batch will be held in June 2022 for people who applied from the application start date till the end of April. The second batch will take place in September 2022.

The classes will start in June, 2022.

You will learn the required skills to become a Software Engineer specialised in any of the following learning paths: frontend development, backend engineering or cloud engineering.

Yes, they are. We have partnered with leading higher institutions across the United Kingdom to ensure credibility. After completing our 9 month program, you will earn an accreditation in Software Engineering.

The program runs for nine months. There will be classes for the first six months and you will be placed in a company for the last three months (internship) to gain experience.

Once you’ve completed the program and have been hired, you are expected to pay a total of £500-£6500 (depending on your circumstances) via an Income Sharing Agreement (ISA). Payment for this can be made over a 3 year period.

Yes, you can. We are partnering with organisations and individuals to provide students who successfully get enrolled into the program with free laptops (T&C’s apply).

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