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Epicodus Reviews: Is Epicodus Worth It?

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Yes, Epicodus is worth it. Epicodus reviews on Career Karma average 4.4 out of 5 stars and 5 out of 5 stars on Facebook. Max Brockbank, a recent graduate, mentions the flexible learning style in his Epicodus bootcamp review. The Epicodus Full-Time Full-Stack review goes on to praise the teaching and interpersonal skills he learned, and how the course is ideal for students looking to break into the tech industry.

The Introduction to Programming Course ensures all students know the fundamentals of programming. The immersive pair programming will ensure graduates learn the principles of programming languages. Students have to complete multiple coding projects using this knowledge and the choice of language is secondary. This ensures graduates are ready for the fast-changing industry that is tech.

Many Epicodus graduates have found work with high-profile companies. Epicodus is a collaborative coding school that provides full stack web development classes both online and in person. This institution is recognized for offering affordable tuition as well as a variety of financing alternatives to help students pay for their education.

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It was fine

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This bootcamp was, at least in the beginning, perfectly fine! We were learning a decent amount and enjoying it. However, we'd all been told we'd be set up with an internship at the end of the course and then were told that wouldn't be the case and never was. Concerns were met with gaslighting in which we were told that WE (the entire class and a few beneath us as well) were in the wrong, even though we all remembered being told the same thing. The last section was also not at all updated and...
Pros
Financial Aid options Make good connections
Cons
Did not deliver on promised outcomes Defensive to concerns and criticism Teachers are past students with little to no teaching experience

Great school for the self-motivated

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Lisa Jensen graduated Epicodus
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While my overall experience was fantastic, it was not what I had initially expected. There is virtually no instruction by teachers whatsoever. You are provided the curriculum (which for the most part is great - there are lots of coding projects but the React portion felt very rushed) and it is up to you to read it, digest it, and work to understand it. If you are self motivated and ready to push yourself, I recommend this school.
Pros
-Cost was much more affordable then other local bootcamps, and the length of the curriculum/program was longer -Pair programming offered an opportunity to learn how to work with other students and see multiple points of view and learning...
Cons
-Teacher wasn't very involved in teaching. Everything I learned was through my own efforts and the help of fellow students. -Feedback on end of week projects was pretty minimal. As long as it worked, you passed.

Awesome school, really fun, self-led

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Created 1 year ago
Really great place to stay social and motivated while learning how to code.
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It's self led, so if you're able to be nice to yourself it's awesome.
Cons
The instructors seemed to only know just as much as me. I never really felt like I could go to an instructor for help and actually learn how to do things in a more efficient way, or teach me how I should be thinking about it for later down...

Epicodus Exceeded My Expectations

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Max Brockbank graduated Epicodus
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Created 1 year ago
Epicodus was much different than I thought it would be going into it. Despite a worldwide pandemic, they created a warm and enjoyable learning environment that was inclusive of all and flexible to each person's learning style. They move quick so be ready to buckle down for 6 months (if you're a full time student). The curriculum is designed that you get out as much as you put into it. Doing your homework, keeping yourself on track each day, and doing your own research and imperative. The...
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Team projects Community feel Internship
Cons
Burnout Time commitment Code Reviews can be nit picky

Loved This School!

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joshua forman graduated Epicodus
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Pair programming, hands on keys all day every day, this was a great schooling experience. I went here before covid times, so I can't really speak to their virtual experience, but I can say their curriculum, values, and staff were top notch when I went there.
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Curriculum Staff Values Internship Carrer Support
Cons
Requires a lot of time, which not everyone can afford.

Overall Great Experience

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To preface, I knew going into Epicodus that it would be basically a loosely teacher-facilitated and largely self-guided program. Anyone has access to the materials for free, but you pay to have the support of your peers and instructors, which to me, was a perfect fit. I was able to save thousands of dollars by choosing Epicodus while still learning a LOT about important and popular technologies in software development. But, I am also a self-starter with a lot of intrinsic motivation. I went...
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Connect with peers, internship, cheaper cost, help with job-seeking
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self-guided (need to be a motivated self-starter), no job guarentees at the end

Great Overall Experience

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patrick osten student at Epicodus
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The community is the best part of Epicodus, and networking and communication are what will land you a job most likely. The curriculum is fun and engaging, I always felt like I was learning a lot each day and the projects left room for us to be creative. I think the coursework is more to let you find out if you like coding, and when they tell you to find open source projects to contribute to DO IT!
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Fun and supportive community. Interesting and engaging curriculum. Good reputation in Portland.
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Can be a little disorganized. Not a fast track to a job. You really have to make your own opportunity.

Epicodus Student Review

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Epicodus is a well balanced Bootcamp, they have maintained and updated their curriculum to work virtually for students. They highly recommend student do pre-work prior to the bootcamp's first day because they get everyone on the floor running with GIT and basics of HTML the first week. By the end of the week, you have at least 2 static web pages created with "noob" styling. The bootcamp is all around pair programming which is very good. It keeps the students accountable of themselves and each...
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- Pair programming - Curriculum
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- Virtual - No / Less exposure to Algorithms and Data Structures

The Quality does not equal the price, and they just raised tuition

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Jon Stump student at Epicodus
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Created 1 year ago
The quality of Epicodus does not meet their current asking price for tuition, nor their updated one. Career services are severely lacking for example. In one instance of our cohort the career services, people were asked about networking and they told us they didn't have any good feedback since they didn't really enjoy it themselves. It was super cringe when it happened. We've also been told by students they've asked to come back and speak that they received no help from them during the job...
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Fellow Students are awesome
Cons
Material could use an editor/QA Concepts are not always clearly presented. Price Career Services Department

Low cost but be ready to teach yourself and fill in gaps from the curriculum on your own

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Created 1 year ago
As with any bootcamp, I imagine, what you get of your experience is what you put in. Epicodus has a solid curriculum: topics were generally well explained; weekly projects, team projects and the capstone project were good uses of time; and technologies taught are relevant in the field. There was also a good focus on test-driven development, which I liked. (Though there were lots of spelling mistakes or little errors throughout the content that would cause frustration and came off as...
Pros
Meaningful projects and technologies taught. Internship program. Cost of program is relatively low.
Cons
Inexperienced teachers.Policies are inconsiderate of students and difficult to change. Too much focus on job search over curriculum. No data structures and algorithms course.

Best Value Bootcamp I Found

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• Given that Epicodus was the most cost-effective boot camp I found, I'm very pleased with the outcome, and the amount I learned about software development in the 5 months of the program + 1-month internship. • Good curriculum. Option to specialize in language + framework you think will be the most valuable for your job market.
Pros
• Cost. A big consideration for me was the cost of individual instruction hours. Comparing options, I concluded Epicodus offered the best cost per instruction hour. • Transparency. Epicodus was upfront about outcomes. Liked and still like...
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• Some staff churn during the boot camp. • Career services sections sometimes lacked material. •Sometimes difficult to get feedback on projects quickly. • Although Epicodus is one of the longer full-time boot camps I found; I wish the...

Really Great Environment!

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Epicodus is an amazing environment to learn and work in. The instructors are extremely helpful and kind and do their best to create the most inclusive environment possible. The course material is confusing at times, but pretty good overall. The structure of the course with dev teams weekly, pair programming, and team weeks, there is a really great environment where you learn to code and how to code with others. I really like the structure of this course, and feel like this was a great choice.
Pros
Great instructors Pair programming Team weeks Weekly dev teams Really inclusive environment
Cons
Career services is lacking a little. Feels bare minimum at times. Course material is confusing at times

Epicodus Courses and Curriculum

Epicodus courses are offered online and in-person at the Seattle and Portland campuses. For the Epicodus online classes, students are paired up over Discord to work together on coding projects and assignments. Teachers periodically check in on students to assess their work and answer any questions.

Epicodus online part-time classes run Monday to Wednesday, 6pm to 9pm, and Sundays 9am to 5pm. Full-time classes run Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm. All times are on Pacific Time. Epicodus bootcamp in-person classes run identically to virtual classes.

Once the core classes are finished, students are placed in an internship program. The school provides students with the tools, structure, and support to find a local or remote company to intern with.

Finally, when students have completed their internship and have not found a permanent job, they can partake in the Epicodus job-search bootcamp. Some Epicodus employer partnerships include Nike, New Relic, and Cambia.

Epicodus courses are not free. However, there are free monthly workshops available for anyone who wants to learn the basics of programming and get an idea of what Epicodus has to offer. Attendees will meet Epicodus staff and can ask questions. This makes Epicodus ideal for beginners.

Furthermore, every Epicodus program includes a six-week Introduction to Programming module. This module covers programming fundamentals such as CSS, HTML, JavaScript, and Bootstrap.

C# and React

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Our focus is to prepare you for a career in the growing tech industry. Learning to code is a valuable skill that employers are constantly searching for in web development and design careers. Each track begins with a 5-week Introduction to Programming course for beginners to learn the fundamentals of programming. After completing this course, you'll be able to build basic web pages and understand programming fundamentals. No coding experience is required, but computer proficiency is necessary. Next, you'll spend five weeks learning C#. C# is developed by Microsoft and most commonly used with the .NET framework. Students who are well-versed in C# programming can use it to create client applications, database applications, distributed components, and much more. Each track also includes a 5-week JavaScript course. After studying C# you'll jump into five weeks of JavaScript, the only programming language understood by all web browsers, making it the most common language for web and mobile development. Students who learn how to code in JavaScript will be able to create simple to complex web pages, add interactivity features to an existing site, and update pages quickly without reloading. Next, you'll spend five weeks learning React. React is a JavaScript library used to create dynamic, interactive user interfaces. It allows a site to quickly update many different elements at once, without reloading the page. Since its development at Facebook in 2011 it has exploded in popularity. Finally, you'll spend five weeks at an internship with a tech company. As part of Epicodus, local companies host students as full-time interns. It's a chance for students to learn about how development works in the real world, and a chance for companies to work with talented developers in the making. Internships are included at no additional cost to students.
Cost:$6900
Duration:27 Weeks
Cities:Seattle, Portland
Format:In Person
Pace:Full Time
Schedule:N/A
Deposit:$100
Payment Options:$11,700 for standard tuition. $3,000 discount for upfront payment. Epidocus deferred tuition available through Mia Share ISA. Financing available through Ascent and Climb.
Deferred tuition:Yes
Scholarship:Yes
Refund policy:Yes, refunds are granted. Full refunds for students who withdraw within five days of enrollment. Pro-rata refunds for students who withdraw before completing half of the program.
Placement test:No
Admissions interview:No
Acceptance rate:Not available
Prep course:Epicodus prep courses are available as free monthly workshops
Minimum skill level:Basic computer and writing skills

Ruby and React

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Our focus is to prepare you for a career in the growing tech industry. Learning to code is a valuable skill that employers are constantly searching for in web development and design careers. Each track begins with a 5-week Introduction to Programming course for beginners to learn the fundamentals of programming. After completing this course, you'll be able to build basic web pages and understand programming fundamentals. No coding experience is required, but computer proficiency is necessary. Next, you'll spend five weeks learning Ruby. Ruby is a programming language focused on simplicity and productivity. It has an elegant syntax that is natural to read and easy to write. The Ruby programming language is most commonly used with the Ruby on Rails framework. Each track also includes a 5-week JavaScript course. Each track also includes a 5-week JavaScript course. After studying Ruby you'll jump into five weeks of JavaScript, the only programming language understood by all web browsers, making it the most common language for web and mobile development. Students who learn how to code in JavaScript will be able to create simple to complex web pages, add interactivity features to an existing site, and update pages quickly without reloading. Next, you'll spend five weeks learning React. React is a JavaScript library used to create dynamic, interactive user interfaces. It allows a site to quickly update many different elements at once, without reloading the page. Since its development at Facebook in 2011 it has exploded in popularity. Finally, you'll spend five weeks at an internship with a tech company. As part of Epicodus, local companies host students as full-time interns. It's a chance for students to learn about how development works in the real world, and a chance for companies to work with talented developers in the making. Internships are included at no additional cost to students.
Cost:$6900
Duration:27 Weeks
Cities:Seattle, Portland
Format:In Person
Pace:Full Time
Schedule:N/A
Deposit:$100
Payment Options:$11,700 for standard tuition. $3,000 discount for upfront payment. Epidocus deferred tuition available through Mia Share ISA. Financing available through Ascent and Climb.
Deferred tuition:Yes
Scholarship:Yes
Refund policy:Yes, refunds are granted. Full refunds for students who withdraw within five days of enrollment. Pro-rata refunds for students who withdraw before completing half of the program.
Placement test:No
Admissions interview:No
Acceptance rate:Not available
Prep course:Epicodus prep courses are available as free monthly workshops.
Minimum skill level:Basic computer and writing skills

Epicodus Job Placement Rate and Outcomes

The latest Epicodus job placement rate for the Seattle campus is about 55 percent. Epicodus reports its graduation and employment rates using the Council on Integrity and in Results Reporting method. This report, for the H2 2020 period, states COVID-19 as a reason for the low job placement rate.

The report states that Epicodus alumni earn an average income of $62,750 per year. The most popular jobs are software engineering, developer, and front end engineer. The low job placement rate is a surprise considering the quality of the Epicodus career services on offer, along with the internship program. It would be no surprise to see employment rates increase significantly over the coming years.

Epicodus career services are plentiful and are offered as part of the Epicodus curriculum. These services include:

  • Mentor. Students are matched with a peer mentor early on in their studies. Mentors help students with career goals and have regular meet-ups to make sure the student is on track. More experienced students will be allowed to mentor new students.
  • Online profile. There is a class on LinkedIn and Indeed profile creation. These profiles will be reviewed by Epicodus faculty to ensure they are professional.
  • Resume. Students will have a class dedicated to resumes and cover letters. Students will meet with an advisor to go over their resumes and work on writing cover letters.
  • Mock interviews. Students will have two mock interviews. These interviews will cover both technical and non-technical questions and topics. Furthermore, students will be allowed to do a mock technical whiteboard interview with their peers.
  • Job applications. When you are ready to apply for real-world jobs, your advisor will guide you during your application process to give you the best chance of landing an interview.

Job search bootcamp. Students who don’t have work lined up after graduation can attend a job search bootcamp. This will give students the opportunity to work with their peers and hone their applications and online profiles.

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Epicodus FAQs

What Is the Epicodus Cost and Tuition?

Epicodus bootcamp costs $11,700 for each of its programs. Epicodus tuition can be paid as standard tuition, upfront, with an income share agreement, or with a loan payment plan. There is a significant Epicodus price reduction of $3,000 for upfront payments. All programs require a non-refundable $100 deposit.

Epicodus is not free, but there is a free monthly workshop that anyone is welcome to attend. This workshop will allow prospective students to ask questions and find out more about the various Epicodus programs. The course will cover the basics of programming languages. Students can also enroll in the part-time Introduction to Programming course for just $100.

What Is Epicodus Acceptance Rate?

Unfortunately, the Epicodus acceptance rate is not available to the public. However, the school is open to complete beginners and the simple and quick application process implies the school is not difficult to get into. Classes run frequently throughout the year, and each cohort is made up of about 30 students.

Epiocdus accepts applications from everyone, no matter what their background is. A lot of Epicodus students have no previous experience in tech. While anyone can attend the evening classes, minors can only attend full-time classes if they have a high school diploma, GED, or equivalent.

How Can I Pay for Epicodus?

You can pay for Epicodus tuition with several payment options and financial assistance. Epicodus payment options include:

  • Standard tuition. Standard tuition for Epicodus programs is $11,700. Students must pay a non-refundable deposit of $100 to reserve their place and then pay the remaining $16,000 before class starts.
  • Upfront payment. Students upfront within one week of being accepted pay a fee of $8,700. The deposit is not applicable for upfront payment.
  • Epicodus deferred tuition. Students interested in the income salary agreement must let an advisor know before class starts. They must then get approved by Epicodus’ financing partner, Mia Share. Students pay no tuition until they start working, at which point they pay back 9.8% of their salary for four years. A non-refundable $100 is also required to reserve a place.
  • Loan financing. Before the start of classes, students must get approved by Ascent or Climb. Loan repayments will depend on a student's preference and include interest-only repayment or deferred payment. Students are required to pay a non-refundable $100 deposit to reserve their place.
  • Epicodus scholarship. Scholarships for the full-time Epicodus programs are offered to underrepresented racial groups such as Latinx, Black, and indigenous people, as well as transgender and noncoforming people.

How Do I Apply to Epicodus?

The Epicodus application is quite straightforward. Steps to apply for Epicodus are:

  1. Read through their online information and watch the video on their homepage to determine whether or not Epicodus is the right fit for you.
  2. Check out the tuition and financial aid options.
  3. Email the admissions team or attend a free virtual workshop if you have further questions
  4. Fill out an online application form. There are no application fees.
  5. Epicodus will contact you within two days with a brief writing assignment to check your basic writing and computer skills.
  6. If accepted, submit a signed enrollment acceptance form and pay your deposit.

Epicodus does not publish its acceptance rates. However, from the simple application process and minimal requirements for prospective students, we can assume Epicodus is easy to get into. All you need is basic computer and writing skills to be accepted. Furthermore, you can attend a free workshop to make sure you have the pass these basic requirements.

How Do I Get Accepted into Epicodus?

Epicodus accepts registrations on a rolling basis and closes registrations when classes are filled. There are no registration deadlines, but the earlier you sign up the more likely you are to get in.

What Is the Epicodus Admission Process?

First, you must fill out an application online, which requires you to answer a few questions regarding your professional experience and future goals. After this, you need to wait for Epicodus to get back to you once you’ve applied.

Once the school reaches out to you, you’ll need to complete a written assessment to understand your technical literacy and coding abilities. Finally, you must submit a signed acceptance form and pay your deposit to reserve your place.

What Epicodus Interview Questions Should I Expect?

There is no Epicodus interview as part of the admissions process. You do not need to prepare for Epicodus admissions interview questions because there is no Epicodus interview.

Students are encouraged to reach out to the Epicodus admissions team with any questions they may have. Students who attend a free Epicodus workshop will have time before the class begins to meet Epicodus faculty and ask questions. While this is not an Epicodus interview, students should prepare their questions in advance.

Is Epicodus Hard to Get Into?

Getting into Epicodus is fairly simple. All you need to apply is basic computer and writing skills. You should also have a strong understanding of the English language.

Does Epicodus Offer Prep Courses?

Yes, Epicodus does offer a prep course. Introduction to Programming is a part-time, six-week module that is aimed at beginners. This course teaches programming fundamentals and basic website development. This prep program is an ideal way to prepare for coding school.

Subjects covered by the Epicodus prep course include HTML, Git, CSS, command line, Markdown, and JavaScript. Classes take place Monday through Wednesday from 6pm to 9pm, and Sundays from 8am to 5pm. Tuition for this program is $100.

Does Epicodus Offer Workshops?

Yes, Epicodus does offer workshops. The workshop is offered monthly and is open to everyone. It is aimed at beginners and prospective students. The workshop covers computer programming basics such as Git, HTML, and CSS objectives, basic front end development, and JavaScript and jQuery.

The workshop gives students a chance to meet Epicodus faculty, ask questions, and find out more about the full-length programs. There will be an introductory section of the workshop where teachers and advisors will lay out initial instructions for the workshop and answer any questions.

Workshops are an ideal way for prospective students to see how programs at Epicodus are run and figure out if software development is the right education path for them. The workshop is completely free to attend and the only requirement is a working computer and a stable Internet connection.

You can find more information on the Epicodus workshop here:

Are There Any Epicodus Scholarships?

Yes, you can apply for an Epicodus scholarship. Scholarships are available for the full-length programs and the part-time Introduction to Programming course. Unfortunately, the scholarship application deadline for the upcoming programs has closed. However, the application for the next scholarship is expected to open soon.

You can get a scholarship for Epicodus by checking the financial aid section of the website, filling in a relevant application form, and notifying an admissions advisor during the application process. Here’s how to get a full-lenght program scholarship for Epicodus:

  • Eligible students must come from an underrepresented group such as Black, Indigenous, Latinx, transgender, or gender nonconforming.
  • Submit an application form before the deadline.
  • Notify the admissions advisor.

There is also an Epicodus scholarship available for the part-time Introduction to Programming course. Here’s how to get a scholarship for part-time Introduction to Programming classes:

  • Be currently unemployed or earning 150 percent under the federal poverty line.
  • After registering, submit proof of income, such as tax returns, pay stubs, etc.
  • Successful applications will have their tuition reduced from $100 to $25.

Does Epicodus Have a Refund Policy?

Yes, Epicodus does have a refund policy for deposits and tuition. The $100 deposit is non-refundable. Epicodus tuition will be refunded in full to students who withdraw from the program within five days of signing their enrollment agreement. Students who withdraw before completing half of the program will receive a pro-rata refund. Students who withdraw after the halfway point of a program will not be entitled to any refund.

How Much Do Epicodus Graduates Earn?

Graduates earned an average of $62,750 per year, according to the most recent Epicodus data. 44.4 percent of these graduates reported an annual wage of over $80,000. The majority of graduates went on to work as software engineers

Does Epicodus Offer a Job Guarantee?

Epicodus does not guarantee employment. However, it goes to considerable lengths to ensure that you are completely equipped for landing a good job. The Epicodus career services start from day one of the curriculum and are ongoing throughout the entire program.

What Companies Hire Epicodus Graduates?

Epicodus takes satisfaction in contributing to the IT community regularly. Their students leave with over a thousand hours of coding expertise under their belts, as well as an internship that allows them to get real-world experience. Their alumni currently work for organizations ranging from Nike to New Relic to Cambia, as well as startups.

Is Epicodus Accredited?

No, Epicodus is not accredited. Coding bootcamps are still a relatively new concept. Furthermore, they go against the traditional educational pathway by offering intensive, job-ready courses where students learn in-demand skills. They do not offer the same broad education as degrees and therefore, it is rare to find an accredited bootcamp.

Is Epicodus Worth It?

Yes, Epicodus is worth it if you are an aspiring software developer. Epicodus is an affordable coding school that can help you get a job in web development. You'll study web development and design using JavaScript, React, and C#, as well as other popular programming languages.

Epicodus is worth the money. Not only is the tuition affordable, but there are numerous Epicodus payment options for those who can’t afford to pay their tuition upfront. Furthermore, the inbuilt career services give graduates a great chance of finding work with prestigious tech companies.

Epicodus Reviews: Is Epicodus Legit?

Yes, Epicodus is legit. Epicodus reviews on Career Karma attest to the school’s reliability and legitimacy. One recent Epicodus Full Stack review mentioned how they saved thousands of dollars by choosing Epicodus. The Epicodus bootcamp review goes on to call the internship program “the icing on the cake”.

According to the official Epicodus LinkedIn page, Epidocus has graduated nearly 1,000 students. Their albumin work at companies like Microsoft, Ascend Software, and EyeCue Lab.

Epicodus is not accredited. However, there are hundreds of positive testimonials and reviews. Epicodus reviews make frequent mention of the incredible internship program and career services. This makes Epicodus an excellent addition to your resume.

Is Epidocus a Scam?

No, Epidocus is absolutely not a scam. The highly-rated bootcamp has hundreds of positive reviews and testimonials that back up that the bootcamp is safe and can be trusted. They offer a full refund to students who change their minds after five days. They have a free workshop where prospective students can see what Epidocus is about without making any financial commitments.

Epidocus offers in-person classes at its campuses in Seattle and Portland. Students who are worried this bootcamp is a scam can visit these campuses and speak with students and faculty. You can find the various projects that alumni have completed to see what has been achieved at Epidicus.

The Seattle campus is licensed under Chapter 28C.10 RCW. The Portland campus is governed by the Higher Education Coordinating Commission. Finally, you can find a comprehensive list of the Epidocus staff on the “about Epidocus” section of the website.

FAQ

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Which companies hire Epicodus graduates?

There are graduates from Epicodus working at a number of tech companies. This list includes companies like Tripgrid, simplabs, Coldwell Banker Bain

How many students does this school have?

Epicodus has over 1268 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 Epicodus?

Epicodus offers several courses in different tech subjects, including: C# and React, Intro to Programming (Part-Time Evening), Ruby and React.

What types of programs are available at Epicodus?

Epicodus currently has Online types of programs available to new students.

Where is Epicodus available?

Epicodus has multiple campuses in Seattle, Portland. If you live in or near any of these cities, consider visiting to get an idea of the school's style and staff. A visit can help any potential...

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