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Before the course

Who can take the course?

Almost anyone can attend the course, both graduates of technical as well as humanistic courses - what is most important is motivation and willingness to work hard. You do not need to know any basics of programming. The courses are designed in such a way that even people who have never had to deal with programming can learn it.

Which course should I choose?

If you have any doubts as to which course is right for you, visit the website with free online courses: for example here and solve tasks from the technology you are considering.

What do I have to do to sign up for the course?

If you are determined to take a specific course in a given city, please write to or call us. We will answer all your questions. 

Contact person:
+ 48 662 411 099

When to sign up for the course?

You must enroll at least 3 weeks before the start of the course. This is because every participant must properly prepare for the course - complete the so called prework. Prework completion is compulsory for everyone. Hurry up! Free places disappear very quickly, and waiting lists are extremely long.

Do I have to prepare for the course?

Definitely yes! Before the course, after signing the contract you will receive prework materials - the first stage of the course. You need to make sure you apply to them thoroughly. We have observed that those candidates who do not apply to prework often do not finish the course. It is also important that you think twice about which course you want to choose.

How long does it take to complete prework?

Prework takes about 60 hours.

What hardware requirements is my computer supposed to meet so I can take the course?

Your computer should meet the following hardware requirements:

  • Operating system Windows 7 or later, MacOS or Linux
  • Intel i5 or Amd A10 processor
  • Minimum 4GB RAM
  • 10GB of free disk space
  • Back-end/ Java/.NET course: Linux operating system (or the possibility to install it)

Additionally for online courses:

  • connection speed of at least 10 Mbit / s
  • webcam (laptop or USB)
  • headphones and microphone
  • system: Windows, Mac OS
  • second monitor recommended

The course

Is there a difference between a full-time, a part-time and an online course in terms of the course program?

There is no difference. The program is exactly the same for both types of courses. Each module is run by another person, a specialist in their field. In addition to your course, you will be assigned a mentor - the person you will have contact with before, during and after the course. They will be available to answer all your questions and help you deal with any arising problems.

What does it mean that I will have to work a lot at home in the evenings and at the weekends?

Our courses are very intensive and demanding so learning solely during the course is not enough. You will be given homework every day, and workshop projects will often have to be finished off over the weekend at home.

Can I combine the course with other occupations?

The full-time course (Mon-Fri) is very intensive. Apart from the classes you have to learn at home in the evenings and at the weekends. Therefore, it is not possible to effectively combine the course with part-time studies, work or other duties. Part-time and online courses allow you to combine work / study with the course, but keep it in mind that it requires self-discipline and being systematic.

Work after course

Will I get a new profession after completing the IT course?

Yes, Coders Lab bootcamp enables you to look for a job in the IT industry immediately after the course. By completing our course you can look for a job as a junior. See what your career path could look like by reading our article "Code until you drop - what is a coding bootcamp".

What are the chances that I will find a job after the course?

Very high! We don't guarantee a job after the course, however, we are very proud of the fact that most of our graduates have found a job in IT within 3 months after the course. If you want to know their stories and see how they made it, go here. Additionally, please visit our blog, and discover  the the most common myths about programming bootcamps and  learn how to plan your professional future.

Is the curriculum of your courses aligned with expectations of employers?

Our course program is developed in cooperation with IT employers so that it meets the real needs of the market. During the course, you learn maximum practice and minimum theory.

All detailed information can be found above, on this page.

Additionally, we encourage you to read the article about job opportunities for coders in Europe.

How much will I earn in my first job after the course?

Your salary will depend on:

  • the course you choose (front end, back end, tester)
  • the company you join (corporation, software house, marketing agency, etc.)
  • the form of employment you choose (B2B, contract of mandate, contract of specific work)

In general, for example after a programming course at a junior position, you can expect between EUR 23,500 - 48,000 (annual salary). You will earn more after back-end courses as opposed to front-end courses. A higher salary and a more standardized remuneration system will be provided by a large company or corporation, as opposed to a small software house.