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- Market Size
In 2019, 33,959 students attended one of the 105 coding bootcamps studied in this analysis, a 4.38% growth since 2018. In 2020, we expect the bootcamp sector to grow to an estimated 35,446 students.
Tuition revenue in 2019 was approximately $460,733,000, up from $439,581,000 in 2018.
-Bootcamp Costs and Financing
The average in-person bootcamp cost $13,293 in the US in 2019. The most expensive full-time programs charged over $20,000 in tuition
- Online Bootcamps
In 2019, 6,995 students graduated from or attended an online coding bootcamp. The average tuition for these courses was $14,623.
- Income Share Agreements (ISAs)
In 2019, 27 US bootcamps offered ISAs. The average terms were a 38- month term (length), $42,476 minimum income threshold, 13.8% income-share percentage, and a $32,754 payment cap.
- Bootcamp Student and Graduate Locations
The top five metropolitan areas in 2019 in terms of how many bootcamp grads are employed in each city were New York City (46 bootcamps), San Francisco (33 bootcamps), Los Angeles (21 bootcamps), Seattle (18 bootcamps), and Washington, D.C. (16 bootcamps).
- Top Employers
In terms of the number of graduates hired, the top companies who hired bootcamp graduates in 2019 were Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Facebook, and JPMorgan Chase & Co.
- Largest Bootcamps
The ten largest bootcamps in terms of the total size of their student body in 2019 were General Assembly, Hack Reactor/Galvanize, Flatiron School, Ironhack, Bloc, Lambda School, App Academy, Springboard, Thinkful, and Fullstack Academy.
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