Holberton opens its software engineering school in Medellin

Holberton School, which sees itself as a college alternative for budding software engineers, today announced that it has opened a campus in Medellin, Colombia. With this, it now operates to schools in the country after opening its Bogota campus earlier this year.
The idea behind Holberton School, which doesn’t charge any upfront tuition and uses a blind, automated admissions process, is to provide project-based software engineering training that will allow students to get industry jobs. Unsurprisingly, the school’s origins are in Silicon Valley, where it has been operating for a few years now. In addition to Silicon Valley and Colombia, it also recently opened a campus in Connecticut. Its students from these programs have landed jobs at a number of high-profile companies, ranging from Apple to Google, Amazon and Tesla.
Holberton opens its software engineering school in Medellin
Holberton’s Bogota campus
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