With the longest history of bootcamp outcomes, we’re proud to continue leading the industry forward with our new 2017 NYC Outcomes Report. Explore the full audited results here and read on for more details.
Since we opened our doors in 2012, our aim here at Flatiron School has been to help students pursue better careers – and better lives – through education. Now, as the longest-operating coding bootcamp, over 1,000 students have trusted us with their futures. Key to that trust has been our unwavering commitment to releasing transparent, annual, independently-verified outcomes reports for every single graduate – a practice we pioneered for the bootcamp industry.
As we’ve expanded our offerings and served more students with each year, we still obsess over every job – and still celebrate every time a student lands an offer. Today, we’re proud to release our 2017 NYC Outcomes Report – our fourth, largest, and strongest jobs report to date, including student outcomes data for 460 students from our NYC Software Engineering and iOS Developer immersives and a web/iOS Fellowship programs.
Highlights from the report:
A 99% placement rate and $75,421 average salary for job-seeking NYC Software Engineering Immersive students.
Of those, 100% accepted technical roles (including software engineering, product, QA, and other roles on, or working directly with, engineering teams).
Students in our Fellowship programs for low-income New Yorkers reported a transformative $72,883 average starting salary. 26% of students in our report attended on full scholarships through our Fellowship programs.
A 99% graduation rate across our NYC programs.
In a rapidly-changing education industry, transparency and accountability are more important than ever. We remain committed to sharing our outcomes and embracing the most rigorous standards of transparency to give students the ability to make informed decisions about their educations and their futures. Learn more about our long history of outcomes, read the inspiring stories of students transforming their careers, and download the full 2017 report below.