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About allWomen

allWomen Tech offers Data Science, UX Design, and Product Management programs created for women, by women. These 10-24 week programs, held at their Barcelona campus, were created to give women a space to kickstart their tech careers and, ultimately, increase gender diversity in the tech industry. Founded by Laura Fernández and Cecilia Tham, who both have extensive experience in the tech industry as successful entrepreneurs, allWomen has a vast network of allies and hiring partners within Spain and internationally including companies like Adidas, Everis, Chartboost, Skyscanner and Red Points.

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Is allWomen legit? According to the 18 allWomen reviews on Career Karma, the school holds a rating of 4.5 out of five. 0

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Rocketing into the cores of data science

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Anna MC graduated allWomen
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Created 1 year ago
One of the reasons why I chose allWomen was because I liked the fact the most of the curriculum adopts a practical, hands-on approach, combined with some theoretical sessions to contextualise. To me, this was the perfect balance to acquire the basis of the data science practice. During the course, we went through the main concepts, approaches, and tools used in data science, covering from basic statistics to complex machine learning models and algorithms, while learning how to code in Python....
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- Hands-on approach - Bases of data sciences; from basic statistics to complex machine learning models - Python programming
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You don't get to touch all topics or all of them in the same depth, but this course is about getting the bases so you have the resources to continue your self-learning journey.

Great supportive and hands-on learning experience

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Amalia Speratti graduated allWomen
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Created 1 year ago
I took the part-time summer intensive UX/UI course (July 2020), which was 5 weeks long. The fact that all the teachers are female and we were all female students created a very supportive environment, and we forged a great bond as classmates, supporting each other in our ups and downs throughout the course. It was a great learning experience, intense but with a sense of satisfaction after finishing our final project and presenting it to everyone.
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The best part about AW is their support throughout the whole process and also the energy they put into helping you find a job, with the Hiring Day and a channel with job postings, courses, events, and other initiatives. You become part of...
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The teachers had different teaching styles and some were not as interactive as others, and that made it a bit harder to get motivated at times, especially since the classes were 4 hours long, 5 days a week. Also it being all remote had its...

One of the best experiences of my life

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Georgina Díez graduated allWomen
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Created 1 year ago
I've done the Data Science Bootcamp. To start my studies in AllWomen was one of the best decisions I've ever made; not only because all the concepts learned, but because of the great network they are building and the good colleagues I've made.
Pros
- Good place to study, where they explain you the most important concepts and tools you will need to start or boost your career development into tech. - Great network of mentors and collaborators. - Safe place for women, where you can feel...
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- Maybe the payments are a little expensive, but totally worth the prize.

Best Experience I could have asked from a bootcamp

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Carolina Salsano graduated allWomen
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Created 1 year ago
I took an UX/UI intensive course at AllWomen and the experience I had there was amazing. All the instructors were very supportive, and the coordinator is very proactive and helpful, doing everything she can to get us a job, from portfolio and resume reviews, to contacting companies. If you have a problem during the bootcamp, they will do everything they can to help you.
Pros
Good instructors, proactive staff, fast-paced environment
Cons
I think as this was an intensive course, some topics were left behind because there was no time to present them to the students. Also, it's an expensive course.

More than a bootcamp, a community of women to support women in tech!

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Cynthia Palma graduated allWomen
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Created 1 year ago
Allwomen has one of the most complete data science programs. Which does not require prior knowledge, which makes it accessible to anyone who is willing to take the challenge. They have a support system, which helps their students to grow not only in technical knowledge, but also to develop the different skills that the career requires. What makes it unique compared to others is that it is a bootcamp designed and taught by women for women. Any woman who has had the opportunity to be in such a...
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Learning by doing is something that I had not tried before, it is super dynamic. On a normal day we had some theory in the morning and then practiced the rest of the day. I think that all bootcamps follow this modality, but what I liked...
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My course was supposed to be face-to-face, but with the covid situation, everything had to be done online. At first we had the classic problems like "can you hear me?" But the academy took charge that none of these problems that online...

Product Management

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Mariona Blanch graduated allWomen
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Created 1 year ago
Studying Product Management at allWomen was an incredible experience. The teachers were amazing and made it easy for us to understand the role and skills a product manager should have. I definitely recommend the school, since it empowers women to pursue a career in tech.
Pros
The teachers were exceptional, and because it was so hands-on you learn way more effectively. The final project was really fun and everyone was very helpful.
Cons
At the very beginning of the bootcamp it was unclear what were we supposed to do for our final project, so it was a bit confusing for the students.

Great experience transitioning into a new field!

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Sole Piana graduated allWomen
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I did the UX/UI Design course, in a nutshell the course was super helpful! I moved to Barcelona last year, I'm an architect and wanted to do something new. I enrolled in the course in September and finished a few days before December. The academy has great teachers, all great UX Designers and very keen to help. The structure of the course was the following: -Project 1 was a design sprint in groups of course. -Project 2 was focused on a website, we did research, testing and redesign putting...
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Great teachers, campus coordinators really care about students opinions and feedback. Also, they connect you to a lot of people to create a network.
Cons
I don't have anything bad to say honestly.

Great Experience!

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Natalia Aldana Mesa graduated allWomen
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I have an great experience doing this course at AllWomen Tech, the idea to change field (I come from customer experience/support) was quite overwhelming for me, but when I found this community supporting women to enter in the tech field I felt with enough energy to learn UX Courses are 2h on Monday and Wednesdays & 4h on Saturdays, starting with the Design Sprint, after this, you'll have to choose an idea to develop your app and the rest of the weeks you'll be learning from 0 each step of the...
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I believe the idea of having the course for women and teach by women creates a great & "safe" environment for those who are insecure about entering in a new field, mostly the tech field. Teachers are great professionals on each of their...
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The experience has been positive overall, I can't remark anything bad, obviously as this is a part time course you can't go deep into some specific areas, I believe the course gives you the base to choose which area on the UX/UI you prefer...

Great Experience!

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Natalia Aldana Mesa graduated allWomen
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I have an amazing experience doing this course at AllWomen Tech, the idea to change field (I come from customer experience/support) was quite overwhelming for me, but when I found this community supporting women to enter in the tech field I felt with enough energy and decision to make the decision to learn UX! Courses are 2h on Monday and Wednesdays & 4h on Saturdays, starting with the Design Sprint, after this, you'll have to choose an idea to develop your app and the rest of the weeks you'll...
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I believe the idea of having the course for women and teach by women creates a great & "safe" environment for those who are insecure about entering in a new field, mostly the tech field. Teachers are great professionals on each of their...
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The experience has been positive overall, I can't remark anything bad, obviously as this is a part time course (3 times per week, 8h/week) you can't go deep into some specific areas, I believe the course gives you the base to choose which...

Good content, missing follow up

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Camila Medina graduated allWomen
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The time I spent in AllWomen had its ups and downs. It has a very complete syllabus and you’re able to do a project based on a real company which makes it more interesting and applicable. However, after the end, there is not much of follow up. I had already a job so it wasn’t specifically my case, but I have other friends that didn’t receive any type of help (such as contacts or professional introductions).
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Qualified professors, applicable project, complete syllabus.
Cons
I would recommend doing it full time in order to be able to achieve all of what you could get. Little or no follow up afterwards.

Great learning environment

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Irene Moyano graduated allWomen
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AW has been one of my best educational experiences. Quality in contents and professionals is what I would definitely highlight, not only because of their technical knowledge and experience in diverse fields but also for their closeness.
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Their adaptability to students' circumstances (considering the global situation we had to undergo).
Cons
The light in the room was either too bright or not enough.

empowering experience

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Laura Mureddu graduated allWomen
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Created 1 year ago
The PM bootcamp is a complete course where I have learned all the steps for managing a product, from users research to defining the roadmap. I have learned to use different tools (Jira, Figma, Maze, Miro, among others). And sutdy and play with Agile, and others different frameworks. All this applied to a final project that you choose between two challenges proposed by the teachers. In 10 weeks I was able to build clear knowledge and real skills to launch myself into the product world
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If you are a girl, women, lesbian, no binary person and you're looking for a feminist and safe place where learning without ego, judgment or competition, Allwomen is must be the place.
Cons
The situation generated by Covid-19 forced us to do the course in remote. But the academy team and all the instructors have reacted quickly and efficiently.

allWomen Courses

allWomen offers a wide range of excellent courses to choose from. If you want to study full-time, you can choose from Data Science Immersive - February, Data Science Immersive - April.

No matter which course you choose, the allWomen curriculum has been crafted and tested to ensure you leave the program with the skills you need to launch a rewarding new career.

How much does allWomen cost? As for allWomen tuition, courses range in price from $NaN to $NaN. But the cost of allWomen courses shouldn’t be the only thing you consider. There are a variety of financing options available to help you pay for allWomen's cost.

Data Science Immersive - February

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This course is for women who are interested in entering the world of Data Science - but who are looking for a kick-start to get them there. Throughout the course, we will cover the skills you need to complete an AI project (Python, Machine Learning, and NLP & Sentiment Analysis). Then, you'll have the opportunity to put these concepts into practice by conducting an analysis that is 100% driven by your own interests. With this, the course will enable you to build a portfolio that best matches your ambitions and needs, making it that much easier to find work that you interests you at the end of the program.
Cost:$6950
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Data Science Immersive - April

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This course is for women who are interested in entering the world of Data Science - but who are looking for a kick-start to get them there. Throughout the course, we will cover the skills you need to complete an AI project (Python, Machine Learning, and NLP & Sentiment Analysis). Then, you'll have the opportunity to put these concepts into practice by conducting an analysis that is 100% driven by your own interests. With this, the course will enable you to build a portfolio that best matches your ambitions and needs, making it that much easier to find work that you interests you at the end of the program.
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Cities:Barcelona
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allWomen Outcomes

Is allWomen worth it? Let’s look at the allWomen outcomes numbers. 28 allWomen graduates have found rewarding careers at high-profile companies like Larousse España, BCNMONETIZE, Booking.com.

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Connecting female digital nomads around the world

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The app to travel to the world's strangest places

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allWomen Questions

Who started Career Karma?

Created 2 years ago

So Career Karma was started by Artur, Ruben and myself out of our own struggles career transitioning into Tech. Our journey took place in 2014-2015 and if it wasn't for the three of us doing it together we wouldn't be here today. Once we got our high paying jobs in tech and I was working as a Software Engineer ... I say an incredible opportunity for others like me who were trying to learn how to code on their own but failing to complete their transition. Three years into us...

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How much can I make if I become a software engineer?

Created 2 years ago

I recommend checking out our article about Full Stack developer salaries: https://careerkarma.com/blog/entry-level-full-stack-developer-salary/

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How do you successfully pass the technical interviews for Flatiron and Hack Reactor (Software Engineering and Cyber Analytics) ?

Created 1 year ago

Good question. They are very different so I would recommend doing prep courses for both to try it out. However, then decide which specialty you're most interested in and go for those technical interviews. In preparation, definitely complete the prep course. The next steps for you should be to ask the admissions officer about the type of questions that are going to be on the technical interviews. What resources do they recommend you review to get accepted? What they think will...

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Which companies hire allWomen graduates?

There are graduates from allWomen working at a number of tech companies. This list includes companies like Larousse España, BCNMONETIZE, Booking.com

How many students does this school have?

allWomen has over 28 students and graduates as of 2022. This number will only continue to grow as more and more students take advantage of the courses offered here.

What courses are offered at allWomen?

allWomen offers several courses in different tech subjects, including: Data Science Immersive - February, Data Science Immersive - April, UX / UI Design - April, Product Management - April.

What types of programs are available at allWomen?

allWomen currently has Full-time and Part-time types of programs available to new students.

What financing options are offered by allWomen?

This school offers a variety of different financing options, including: Upfront Payments, Month-to-month Installments, Loan Financing. With these payment methods, nearly anyone can attend allWomen.

Where is allWomen available?

allWomen has one campus located in Barcelona. If you live in or near Barcelona, consider visiting to get an idea of allWomen’s style and staff. A campus visit can...

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