Code Institute is preparing to hold their first Germany-specific online software development open evening this Wednesday.
Recent months have seen an expansion from Code Institute, especially into European countries. A focus on the Dutch market has proven successful with a 35% increase in students. This Germany-specific software development open evening should result in further growth in that country.
The IT skills gap is prominent in Germany, with the MINT shortage (mathematicians, IT specialists, natural scientists and technicians) reported to be costing “billions of euros every year”, according to Institut der Deutschen Wirtschaft. Code Institute’s aim is to close the gap for skilled software developers globally.
Software Development Open Evening
The Germany-specific online open evening mirrors the open evenings that Code Institute already offer in the Netherlands, Ireland and the USA. It gives a breakdown as to what the course entails and explains the requirements for acceptance onto the course. The open evening will take place on Wednesday, July 25th, at 18.30.
Jim Cassidy, CEO of Code Institute said, “Our growth in other European markets has sparked the curiosity of German-based career changers and students. This has been made clear to us by the increase in course-related queries from all across Germany. Holding an open evening specifically for potential coders in Germany will give them a chance to ask any questions they might have about the course. It allows us to explain the commitment needed to partake in the program also.”
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