Startups or industry partners who would like to host student developers as interns can also apply to be listed as host companies at the LaunchLab Coding School.
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Applications for both students and startups and industry partners close this Friday (25 October).
In a newsletter sent out earlier this month, LaunchLab said the aim of the coding school is to equip university students with industry-ready coding skills and an opportunity to work with startups or industry partners.
The LaunchLab Coding School aims to equip students with coding skills and an opportunity to work with startups
LaunchLab is looking for final year students or recent graduates with problem-solving mindsets and ambition to change the world with code.
To apply you have be a final-year student or graduates who understand the fundamentals of object-oriented programming. Candidates need to complete our online application form and pass our coding challenge.
If you don’t hear from LaunchLab within 72 hours after submitting the coding challenge you can contact the incubator via email email@example.com.
Successful applicants will be invited for an interview for final selection. Then there will be a six-week Bootcamp by Zaio, a startup with coding expertise.
The bootcamp is broken down into two phases where phase one is the basic phase and phase two is the advanced phase.
After the bootcamp, successful participants will be placed with a startup or industry partner for a three-month internship. They will have an opportunity to work on solving real-world problems or projects.
Interviews: 28 October to 8 November 2019
Selection: 15 November 2019
Bootcamp: 13 January to 21 February 2020
Internship: 01 March to 31 May 2020