Turing’s mission is to unlock every student’s personal potential by training them to succeed in high fulfillment technical careers. Turing School of Software and Design is a nonprofit coding educational institution that is dedicated to the advancement and careers of its students.
All of Turing’s programs last seven months each. The full seven month program consists of four modules, each module is 6 weeks long with 1 week of intermission in between. All of Turing’s programs are classified as “full time plus” with students being expected to work anywhere from 60 to 80 hours per week. Classes take place Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Students are expected to complete additional projects and homework activities outside of scheduled class time.
The average wait for Turing alumni to be hired is 74 days post-graduation. The average starting salary for a Turing grad is $72,000 per year. Turing has an extensive and active alumni network. Students from Turing School of Software and Design go on to work at a variety of companies including major corporations, startups, sports teams, retail giants, and airlines!
The total cost of tuition for each program at Turing is $20,000. A $1,200 deposit is required within 30 days of the programs scheduled start date. Turing offers an internal Diversity Scholarship which is open to people who are underrepresented in tech including those who identify as LGBTQ, women, people with disabilities, people of color, and veterans. There are two scholarships offered per cohort. Each scholarship is worth $4,000. Turing is also a proud acceptor of the GI Bill, the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act, and the U.S Department of Education’s Vocational Rehabilitation funding. Turing also offers financing through their partner lenders Sallie Mae, Skills Fund, Meritize, and Climb. A variety of these lenders offer interest only payments or even no monthly payments during the seven month duration of the program. Students may also finance a cost of living loan of up to $14,000 to help fund any moving or living costs that may occur during the duration of the program. Turing also offers an in house Income Share Agreement (ISA) which allows students to start the program with only $5,000 and then pay back the remaining balance of tuition upon obtaining a job after graduation. To get the full information on in-house ISAs and additional funding options, students are invited to contact the Turing School of Software and Design directly.
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