There is no age limit to learning, and there is certainly no age limit to learn ‘coding’ if you are training with Korean startup WCoding. The Edtech startup based in Seoul offers various tech-learning courses to all age groups, with the only non-negotiable requirement being a passion for learning.
The WCoding team believes in Korea’s ability to become a world leader in the software industry. The company has designed programming boot camps that train potential programmers. Different courses from building websites and apps to managing big data are offered for students worldwide.
WCoding also supports Korean startups to develop and launch projects. The startup also supports its students enter the professional world of coding through portfolio building and career consulting. Since its inception in 2016, WCoding has helped more than 150 students successfully launch their careers in IT.
Offering global coding courses in Korea
WCoding offers full-time and part-time courses that are conducted in English and Korean. WCoding offers 12-week or three months of intensive coding Bootcamp and a 4-week intensive course in Seoul, Korea.
WCoding’s world-class curriculum brings international students to Korea and even helps them launch careers in the country. The 12-week Foreign Package program is designed for English-speaking visitors to Korea, and the shorter courses are taught in Korean. Students can learn both front-end and back-end programming. The school also offers free technical English lessons for students who need extra language support.
WCoding’s instructors have many years of industry experience and are always available on-site for students. WCoding registration is a simple process, and the startup also offers tuition discounts for specific classes and criteria. The learners only need a laptop, a pen, and paper.
Aim to expand to other countries
WCoding was founded in 2016 by Alex Oh and Kim Kyung-dong, who have years of experience in the software industry and business development sector. WCoding has seen a tremendous increase in its revenue since the launch of its coding training courses in 2017. The company made $400K revenues in 2020 and expects to earn $600k or more in 2021.
WCoding wants Korea to be a leader in the computer coding industry and intends to expand to other countries in the South East Asia region. It is now looking to get more investment to upgrade its programs, optimize its marketing strategies and hire more staff.
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