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Intro to Coding

Learn the basics of coding and gain the skills you need to write your first line of code!

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Welcome to the General Assembly page at Career Karma! In here you'll find courses description, student reviews, admissions process and outcomes report. If you don't find what you need, ask a question on the Common Q&As and reach out to the General Assembly team at hello@generalassemb.ly

General Assembly Application Process and Interviews

The application process and interviews for General Assembly comprise a few steps. You can expect to get this done in less than a week.

First, choose the program you want to study and click “Apply Now”. You must complete the online application, which requires general details, your preferred start date, and why you want to join the program. After submitting the application, an admission counselor from General Assembly will email you to schedule a phone interview.

The phone interview includes behavioral questions to determine if you have the dedication and passion for the program. This interview takes about 30 minutes. For immersive programs, you have to complete a coding assignment and a coding interview after the phone screening. General Assembly will contact you to let you know if your application is approved.

How do you prepare for the General Assembly interview process? According to a majority of user reviews, the admissions process at General Assembly is a experience. Further, reviewers reported that the General Assembly interview process didn't take long to complete before receiving a decision.

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I decided to enroll at GA, dropped out of college, did all the hours of prework, got my GI bill approved, and was ready to go. My class moved from in-person to remote pretty early on in the process. About two weeks go by until they finally decide to tell me on the Friday before my class start date that the VA was not going to approve my GI Bill. Highly confused, I call the VA who assures me that the loan will very much be accepted and that the financing people at GA need to submit a form 1999...
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The instructor seemed like a great and knowledgeable person.
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Everyone who works outside the classroom.

General Assembly Reviews: Is General Assembly Worth It?

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Yes, General Assembly is definitely worth it. It is a great coding bootcamp if you want to learn to code or gain similar tech skills. According to one General Assembly software engineering review, the programs are truly comprehensive and teach you everything you need to know, although they can be intense.

You can really learn to code at General Assembly, whether you choose an immersive, part-time, or on-demand program. General Assembly bootcamp reviews are overwhelmingly positive, praising the learning environment and relevant curriculum. One General Assembly review even said that it was beyond their expectations.

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GA compares to TAFE, Uni Degree and Online Learning

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Jayden Lee graduated General Assembly
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Created 21 days ago
If you wonder how GA Data Analytics course compared to TAFE and Master of IT, or self-leaning: I happened to have a chance to undertake all four in different ways almost simultaneously. I can responsibly tell you that GA is superb among all. TAFE is probably not even as good as watching online videos - its public education, but it will grant you free LinkedIn Learning account, so I can also tell you for sure that what GA taught is at least one level deeper than those online videos - after...
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From my research and experience with different providers stated above, GA is the only ‘’whole-journey nanny style' training provider for someone who knows nothing about data analytics.
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The course is very intensive - I had to catch up a bit by watching online videos, and 8 hours a day is physically demanding even though I regard myself as a veteran learner. But that means it is worths the money too.

UX Design - A New Avenue For Me

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Robin Reed graduated General Assembly
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UX design is something I've been considering for a while, so I dove into the GA course. It was very comprehensive with lots of resources, exercises, and good instruction. Go into the course with an open mind ready to learn, and do not assume this will be a breeze. As a designer, it'll stretch you and cause you to think differently about your customer and their needs.
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Again, great instruction and personal experiences given by the instructors. Lots of resources to read between class sessions, and always an opportunity to schedule office hours for more one on one help along the way. This class is a lot of...
Cons
Not many. A couple of the classes seemed rushed, with many too much content trying to be taught in a two hour period.

Software Engineering Immersive at General Assembly

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Joanna Breeden graduated General Assembly
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The Software Engineering Immersive at General Assembly is a great place to start learning about frontend development, backend development, and Full-stack development.
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The instructors are knowledgeable and supportive. I made many friends in my cohort and we worked on deliverables in groups whenever possible.
Cons
There is a lot of information crammed into a short period of time.

Worth The Money but beware

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Orlando Valadez graduated General Assembly
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Created 2 months ago
I will highly Recommend General Assembly, The instructors are great! I have problems focusing and I was able to keep up with the classwork The instructors were patient and supportive. I'm one of those individuals who truthly believe that college is a huge scam, I want to be a programmer so i don't see the necessity to learn more English than i already know(My grammar is awful but you don't need grammar in coding", I tried going to college but whoever i had to pay out of pocket just to watch...
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1)cheaper than college and less wasteful, no need to pay for college just to pretend you agree with another classmate about something you watched in youtube. 2)if you are a real programmer do it! if you care more about a degree then go to...
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1) mentioned earlier, without a college degree you will be "Considered" for a job but a degree is more preferable, all you got for yourself is a nice resume and good looking portfolio 2)Job market is rough, it can take months or a year to...

Overall great bootcamp

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Created 2 months ago
I did the Bootcamp in March 2022, it was overall a great experience. The instructors were amazing and very knowledgeable and my cohort was great and very encouraging to one another. I would highly recommend the program just for the instructional team I had when I took the cohort, I came out of it feeling fully prepared to work in the field. But the career support does need some improvement - while they provide a lot of close support for getting a job, they do tend to be a bit lacking with...
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Great instructors
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Lacking communication with career coaches

Real life learning - applicable and invaluable

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Bridget Cleary graduated General Assembly
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Created 3 months ago
I thoroughly enjoyed my 10-week Product Management course with GA. I found the coursework to be engaging and loved the opportunity to speak with instructors for guidance and to generally pick their brains about their real-world experience.
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Opportunity to speak with instructors in set hours outside of class!
Cons
Some delay in receiving certificate at end of course, but nothing that would put me off studying with GA in the future.

Poor experience all the way around

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John Ortmann student at General Assembly
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Created 3 months ago
I got the first bad taste in my mouth about this bootcamp when they decided to show us Video recordings of our lecture instead of being live. We paid for live not a recording. I reached out for help from an instructor and they never responded to my request. And the person who does HW help isn't the greatest. I ended up switching bootcamps because of all this. They told me my loan wouldn't be funded, and gave me a quote on how much my balance was. Then ignored my emails for about 2 weeks and...
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None, can't think of any
Cons
The entire experience

Awesome Experience While You Work!

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Created 3 months ago
I work full-time and was looking for a course that could provide me with an introduction to UX Design while still balancing my work responsibilities. General Assembly was an ideal choice. Despite this being a part-time course, we covered so much in 10 weeks together, which provided me with a solid foundation in UX design. The classes were engaging and left me with the beginnings of a portfolio I can evolve as I continue my UX education independently. The instructors were knowledgeable and...
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– Flexible with your schedule – Engaging (multiple partner and group exercises, activities) – Applied; put your learnings to a subject you care about and develop a project to kick off or add to your portfolio – Helpful instructor team – A...
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– Very fast-paced; would love to go more in-depth on the subject matter in some instances

GA Software Engineering Immersive (SEI)

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Shanna Smith graduated General Assembly
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Created 4 months ago
The GA software engineering Immersive is a good course to take if you want to be a software developer. I took bootcamp from another organization prior to GA's SEI and GA's course is one hundred percent better. the instruction provided is through and enough for someone who has never owned a computer before to learn and challenging enough for someone that had completed a coding bootcamp before to learn and grow. These are not empty words there was someone in my cohort that had never owned a...
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live instruction live help, great community
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takes up all your free time.

General Assembly Bootcamp Worth It!

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RD Johnson graduated General Assembly
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Created 4 months ago
For anyone who is on the fence about bootcamps, or comparing the long-term value of bootcamps- General Assembly includes a career coaching component to the lessons and portfolio projects that set it apart from other bootcamps. There's a long-term value proposition that you take with you long after you graduate: how to effectively create a personal brand, network and find mentors -things that you probably won't find at many traditional colleges and universities until the last year in some cases....
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The instructors are also professionals working in the industry. Nothing is theoretical, everything is practical. The lessons are a)broken into project-specific components that correspond to portfolio work, and b) emphasize working with...
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You might loose a few nights of sleep if you sign up for the full time immersive, because the projects ramp up quickly in terms of complexity- but I also thought that was a good thing.

GA UX Bootcamp is Rigorous but Worth It!

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For anyone who is on the fence about bootcamps, or comparing the long-term value of bootcamps- General Assembly includes a career coaching component to the lessons and portfolio projects that set it apart from other bootcamps. There's a long-term value proposition that you take with you long after you graduate: how to effectively create a personal brand, network and find mentors -things that you probably won't find at many traditional colleges and universities until the last year in some cases....
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The instructors are also professionals working in the industry. Nothing is theoretical, everything is practical. The lessons are a)broken into project-specific components that correspond to portfolio work, and b) emphasize working with...
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You might loose a few nights of sleep if you sign up for the full time immersive, because the projects ramp up quickly in terms of complexity- but I also thought that was a good thing.

General Assembly is a great experience.

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Created 5 months ago
I have taken the General Assembly software developer flex program back on may 2021 and graduated in November 2021. And it was a great experience and time well spent. the curriculum is great and the teachers are fantastic and get out of their way to help you.
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They have a great team around students and you can connect with them when ever you want.
Cons
The job support group are great but don't spend more time on job technical interviews.

General Assembly Courses and Curriculum

General Assembly courses include more than 10 different programs for part-time and full-time learning. You can find General Assembly online or in-person programs for software engineering, data science, digital marketing, and user experience (UX) design.

Courses at General Assembly cost between $3,000 and $15,000, depending on the topic and length. There is also a free course for beginners, called Learn to Code, that students can complete online. General Assembly is good for beginners, intermediate coders, and experts alike.

Data Science Immersive (Self paced)

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"If the Full-time learning is not a fit for you? Engage in career transformation through evening and weekend training. You’ll get the same tried-and-trusted SEI experience on a 24-week, part-time schedule. Harness the power of data science to solve the world’s most challenging problems by developing your skills in predictive modeling, pattern recognition, data visualization, wrangling massive data sets, forecasting trends, and informing strategy across diverse industries like public policy, robotics, and FinTech."
Cost:$15950
Duration:24 weeks
Cities:N/A
Format:Online
Pace:Self Paced
Schedule:20 Hours/week
Deposit:Deposit not required
Payment Options:Upfront payment is not required. You can pay with loans, installments, or employer sponsorship.
Deferred tuition:No
Scholarship:No
Refund policy:Yes, and the policy varies by location
Placement test:No
Admissions interview:No
Acceptance rate:N/A
Prep course:Yes, you will complete online tutorials before the course begins.
Minimum skill level:Basic Data Science

User Experience Design Immersive (Self paced)

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"If the Full-time learning is not a fit for you? Engage in career transformation through evening and weekend training. You’ll get the same tried-and-trusted experience on a 24-week, part-time schedule. Launch a future-proof career designing digital experiences that power revenue, user loyalty, and product success. Distinguish yourself as a designer by compiling a portfolio to showcase solo, group, and client projects to employers based on UI design and Agile methodologies."
Cost:$15950
Duration:24 weeks
Cities:N/A
Format:Online
Pace:Self Paced
Schedule:20 Hours/week
Deposit:Deposit not required
Payment Options:Upfront payment is not required. You can pay with loans, installments, or employer sponsorship.
Deferred tuition:No
Scholarship:No
Refund policy:Yes, you can get a refund for up to 14 days after purchase
Placement test:No
Admissions interview:No
Acceptance rate:N/A
Prep course:No
Minimum skill level:Intermediate UX Design

General Assembly Job Placement Rate and Outcomes

The General Assembly job placement rate is 99 percent for students who completed the career services program. General Assembly career services are the best way to find a job in tech, whether it’s software engineering, data analytics, or digital marketing. The General Assembly prep course and free coding course help you easily thrive in the program.

General Assembly can get you a job at Amazon, Facebook, IBM, or Microsoft. Popular career paths for students include art and design, engineering, business development, and information technology. The career services at General Assembly include career coaching, job search strategy, and networking in the field.

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General Assembly Questions

What should I do to prepare for General Assembly's Software Engineering course?

Created 2 years ago

Attempt to teach yourself Javascript. Learn as much as you can about basic programming logic if/else conditionals and loops. Having a basic grasp of programming logic will save you a lot of time in class. Although the course covers this topic chances are you will be learning Javascript alongside HTML and CSS which can be overwhelming based on your background.

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What is General Assembly's placement rate?

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Updated report: During the 2020 hiring shutdown, our students, instructors, and career coaches never lost focus, and the KPMG-validated numbers in our new Outcomes report reflect it. *For students who graduated in 2020 — the peak of the pandemic — 74.4% of those who participated in our full-time Career Services program landed jobs within six months of graduation. We're proud of our grads + teams' relentless dedication and to see those numbers rising. The report is available here:...

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General Assembly FAQs

How Much Is General Assembly Tuition and Cost?

General Assembly tuition ranges from $3,000 for part-time programs to $15,000 for full-time programs. There are different General Assembly prices according to duration, topic, and location. General Assembly is not free, but it does offer a free coding course for beginners called Dash. This bootcamp also has many financing options and payment plans.

The General Assembly bootcamp cost might be high, but it is worth it if you want to get a good coding education. You will also be paying for a professional network and a career services team to help you find a job. You will also learn in-demand skills in many different types of programs to help you start your career transformation.

What Is the General Assembly Acceptance Rate?

The General Assembly acceptance rate is unfortunately not publicized. However, most third-party sources agree that its acceptance rate is about 15%. General Assembly cannot accept everyone, so the admissions process vets candidates and chooses the ones that are most dedicated and up for the challenge.

How Can I Pay for General Assembly?

You can pay for General Assembly tuition through upfront payment or a variety of other options. The General Assembly deferred tuition option, in the form of an income share agreement, allows you to pay only when you find a job after graduating. The other General Assembly payment options include:

  • Upfront payment
  • Catalyst income share agreement (ISA)
  • Loans
  • Installments
  • Tuition discounts
  • GI Bill
  • Employer sponsorship
  • Scholarships

How Do I Apply to General Assembly?

You can apply to General Assembly by choosing your program and applying online at the General Assembly website. A General Assembly admissions representative will contact you to set up an interview and answer any questions you have about the program. The admission process for General Assembly involves a few simple steps:

  1. On General Assembly’s website, choose the program you want to study and click on the “Apply Now” button. Complete the online application and submit it. This application ask for your personal details and preferred cohort dates.
  2. After applying, General Assembly will email you to schedule a phone interview. This interview takes 30 minutes, and the admissions counselor will ask you why you want to join this program and determine if it will work for you.
  3. If you’re pursuing an immersive program, you have to complete a coding assessment after the phone screening. This test is followed by a coding interview. Students applying for a part-time course can skip this step.
  4. General Assembly will contact you via email to let you know whether you’ve been accepted. When you receive your acceptance letter, review your enrollment documents to ensure all the information is correct. You’ll also need to confirm your payment method at this stage.
  5. Now that you’re officially accepted into General Assembly, you can proceed to complete the prework for your program. This is crucial as prep work ensures you're ready for your program.

General Assembly isn’t as hard to get into as some other coding bootcamps, but it is still difficult. Make sure you complete the General Assembly application process as accurately as possible to increase your chances. Put your best foot forward and take a free coding course so you can feel more confident sharing your knowledge.

How Do I Get Accepted Into General Assembly?

To get accepted into General Assembly, you need to perform very well during the phone screening. This verbal interview evaluates whether you have the drive, passion, and commitment to complete the program. The admissions assessment is an important part of the process, so make sure you prepare, especially if you're applying for a full-time bootcamp.

General Assembly students who want to study in an immersive program will also need to undergo a technical assessment. This test will measure your current knowledge. To make sure you ace the coding test, attend some General Assembly workshops and bootcamp prep courses.

What Is the General Assembly Admission Process?

The General Assembly admission process is conducted mostly online, and it includes an application form, a phone screening, an interview, and a coding test. This varies depending on the program. For example, you’ll need to do a coding interview for the General Assembly software engineering program, but not for the digital marketing program.

What General Assembly Interview Questions Should I Expect?

During your General Assembly interview, you can expect questions about your tech background, interests, and career goals. You don’t have to prepare for this interview, but it is still an important part of your application. Your General Assembly interview will take less than an hour to complete, but any assessments will take longer.

If you enroll in an immersive program, you will have to complete a pre-admission assessment. For example, for the software engineering program, you will be asked to create a responsive webpage. Students in the data science program will have to analyze and draw insights from real datasets.

Is General Assembly Hard to Get Into?

Yes, General Assembly can be hard to get into. Although the General Assembly acceptance rate is not public, the general consensus is that it’s quite low. You will need to prepare for your oral interview to appear confident and passionate about your program. To pass the coding assessment, you will need basic knowledge of the topic you want to study.

Does General Assembly Offer Prep Courses?

Yes, General Assembly offers prep courses in the form of online tutorials for each of its immersive programs. It also offers on-demand, self-paced online courses on data analysis, digital marketing, user experience, and coding. Attending General Assembly workshops can also prepare you for your program.

Does General Assembly Offer Workshops?

Yes, General Assembly workshops are some of the best tech events out there. General Assembly workshops cover topics such as business, coding, design, data, career development, and more. Some of the workshops are even free. If you’re interested in General Assembly, taking a workshop is a great way to start and get a feel for the school.

Are There Any General Assembly Scholarships?

Yes, there are General Assembly scholarships as well as several partner-supported programs. Programs and grants include the Break the Glass Tuition Discount, Adobe Digital Academy Scholarship, and Career Climb Scholarship. These will all help you pay the General Assembly price and any fees you encounter.

You can get a scholarship for General Assembly by indicating on your application if you’re interested in a scholarship. You can also visit individual scholarship pages to apply, such as for The Adecco Group U.S. Foundation Service Scholarship, which is available for military spouses.

Here’s how to get the Break the Glass Tuition Discount at General Assembly:

  1. Review the requirements and make sure you’re eligible.
  2. Apply on the scholarship page on the General Assembly website.
  3. Await General Assembly’s decision.

If you’re interested in the General Assembly Adobe Digital Academy Scholarship, here are the steps:

  1. Choose which eligible General Assembly program you want to apply for.
  2. Sign up for the scholarship on the General Assembly website.
  3. Complete the regular admissions process.
  4. Enter your program and prepare for your internship at Adobe.

If you want to apply for the Career Climb Scholarship, here’s how:

  1. Visit the General Assembly Career Climb scholarship page.
  2. Choose which part-time course you want to apply for.
  3. Write a paragraph or two about how you’ll use your new skills.
  4. Complete the admissions process as usual and await General Assembly’s decision.

Female veterans and military spouses can also apply for the The Adecco Group U.S. Foundation Service Scholarship:

  1. Visit the scholarship page on the General Assembly website.
  2. Fill out your basic information, including your affiliation with the military.
  3. Write a short paragraph about how your new skills will further your career.
  4. Submit your application and await response.

Does General Assembly Have a Refund Policy?

Yes, General Assembly has a refund policy. However, the General Assembly refund policy differs depending on your location and the program you want to sign up for. Deposits are refundable under certain circumstances, and you’ll have to get in contact with General Assembly to explore your options.

How Much Do General Assembly Graduates Earn?

Unfortunately, General Assembly doesn’t disclose how much its graduates earn. However, many of its graduates get jobs at high-profile companies, which suggests that the average salary is high. As well, General Assembly workshops offer courses that can help you learn how to negotiate your salary.

Does General Assembly Offer a Job Guarantee?

No, General Assembly doesn’t offer a job guarantee. However, there are many career support services to help you land a job. As well, the Catalyst income share agreement allows you to only pay after you get a job. If you don’t find one, you can request General Assembly deferred tuition instead.

What Companies Hire General Assembly Graduates?

The companies that hire General Assembly graduates include Amazon, IBM, Google, American Express, Salesforce, Uber, WeWork, LinkedIn, Spotify, and Airbnb. Each company General Assembly partners with reports that its graduates are some of the best candidates they find. General Assembly even absorbs some of its own graduates.

Is General Assembly Accredited?

General Assembly is licensed to provide practical training in every state. However, the school is not accredited by the US Department of Education, which means you can’t use federal loans to finance your program. There are many other financial aid options out there, so you can still connect with experienced instructors and get hands-on experience without paying tuition upfront.

Is General Assembly Worth It?

Yes, General Assembly is worth it if you’re a tech beginner who’s ready to take the next step. It’s a great bootcamp that’s worth the money, no matter what program you want to try taking. General Assembly offers high-quality career services and access to an alumni network along with its top-class curriculum.

General Assembly Reviews: Is General Assembly Legit?

Yes, General Assembly is a legit coding bootcamp with an excellent reputation. Although it isn’t accredited, General Assembly reviews report that this bootcamp offers high-quality programs with helpful career services. You can get real-world experience online, in San Francisco, or in your city of choice. There are also many tuition plans available.

According to one General Assembly bootcamp review, this is an ideal bootcamp if you want to make a mid-life career change. In particular, students who posted General Assembly data science reviews say the program helped them learn Python and other skills. You'll access expert mentors in a small class size as well as loan financing and payment schedule options.

Is General Assembly a Scam?

No, General Assembly is definitely not a scam. General Assembly is one of Career Karma’s partners, which means it’s been vetted by a team of experts. Like every coding bootcamp, there are General Assembly scam rumors, but General Assembly is a safe way to learn tech topics online.

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Which companies hire General Assembly graduates?

There are graduates from General Assembly working at a number of tech companies. This list includes companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook

How many students does this school have?

General Assembly has over 85770 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 General Assembly?

General Assembly offers several courses in different tech subjects, including: Software Engineering Immersive (Full-time), Data Science Immersive (Full-time), User Experience Design Immersive (Full-time), Data Analysis Immersive (Full-time),...

What types of programs are available at General Assembly?

General Assembly currently has Online, Full-time, Part-time and Self-paced types of programs available to new students.

What financing options are offered by General Assembly?

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

Where is General Assembly available?

General Assembly has multiple campuses in Kansas Cty, Austin, Los Angeles, Orlando, London, Chicago, Miami, Singapore, Detroit, Atlanta, Sydney, Nashville, Portland, Tampa, San Francisco, New York City, Houston, Salt Lake City,...

Which companies hire General Assembly graduates?

There are graduates from General Assembly working at a number of tech companies. This list includes companies like Google, Amazon, Facebook

How many students does this school have?

General Assembly has over 85770 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 General Assembly?

General Assembly offers several courses in different tech subjects, including: Software Engineering Immersive (Full-time), Data Science Immersive (Full-time), User Experience Design Immersive (Full-time), Data Analysis Immersive (Full-time),...

What types of programs are available at General Assembly?

General Assembly currently has Online, Full-time, Part-time and Self-paced types of programs available to new students.

What financing options are offered by General Assembly?

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

Where is General Assembly available?

General Assembly has multiple campuses in Kansas Cty, Austin, Los Angeles, Orlando, London, Chicago, Miami, Singapore, Detroit, Atlanta, Sydney, Nashville, Portland, Tampa, San Francisco, New York City, Houston, Salt Lake City,...

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