Having a desire to code, Marina quit her job to come to The Starter League. Now she has development skills to add to her extensive design background. Read more.
Before The Starter League, Greg was an editor of a Beijing newspaper. Now he's a founder of a software development firm and a new startup, Matchup. Read more.
Before the Web Development program, Amanda managed a team of developers. Now she's a software developer working at a venture-backed startup. Read more.
You'll learn a ton in 11 weeks, but that's only the beginning. The most important skill you'll develop is how to break down complex concepts into their simplest components.
Arjun is an experienced educator having taught students of almost any age. He's teaches programming at the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, Latin School of Chicago and Chicago Public Schools, in addition to The Starter League. Whether it's controlling robots with Ruby, building web applications or learning about new technologies, Arjun is passionate about helping beginners make their transition from consumer to creator.
You'll be surrounded by experts who are committed to helping you grow. There's no better way to learn than by talking one-on-one with a mentor and having them review your work in front of you.
Since 2011, we've built a community over over 1000 starters from 35 states and 25 countries. We don't have traditional prerequisites, we look for students who are passionate and tenacious.
Web Development has three mandatory class meetings per week. There are also optional but strongly encouraged study halls and office hours in the afternoons. Students should dedicate at least 30 hours a week to get the most out of the program. Class is at our West Loop office at 30 N Racine Ave in Chicago, Illinois.
Web Development tuition is $8,000. When you're accepted, a $1,000 deposit is due within 5 business days to secure your seat. The remaining tuition is due by or before the first day of class.
Financing is available for this class with Climb Credit. Pay your tuition over three years and find out if you qualify the same day you apply. Also check out lenders like Skills Fund, Upstart and Pave who offer similar options.
There are 3 days left to apply and room for 28 students. Acceptances are done on a rolling basis. So the sooner you apply, the better your chances of securing a seat.