Jobs Report 2019: Flatiron School London’s impressive jobs results
As the General Manager of Flatiron School London, I have the exciting job of running our London campus, overseeing everything from campus operations to marketing and industry partnerships. When I first came to Flatiron School, I was humbled by our team’s commitment to helping students learn, grow, and conquer their fears, to launch careers in […]
As the General Manager of Flatiron School London, I have the exciting job of running our London campus, overseeing everything from campus operations to marketing and industry partnerships.
When I first came to Flatiron School, I was humbled by our team’s commitment to helping students learn, grow, and conquer their fears, to launch careers in tech. That’s why I’m so proud to share that Flatiron School’s London campus had a 100% jobs placement rate as featured in our 2019 Jobs Report.
(This statistic includes full-time salaried roles, full-time contract, internship, apprenticeship, and freelance roles, during the reporting period. Get the full 2019 Jobs Report here.)
First off, I want to congratulate all of our London graduates who worked hard to learn new skills and to commit to changing their careers and their futures. Making such a big change is no small feat—congratulations on your success!
Aside from their own grit and ambition, our London students’ success has been assured by the values that sit at the heart of Flatiron School: our rigorous, immersive technical programmes, our committed teachers and technical coaches, our relationships with London’s top employers, and our thriving campus community.
Located in central London at WeWork Finsbury Pavement, our London campus is bustling and full of energy. We have multiple cohorts studying software engineering, data science, and UX/UI design—with our new cybersecurity analytics course launching this January.
On any given day, the campus will be filled with an array of activities: some students learn in classroom lectures, while others work in pairs programming and on group projects. In comfy communal spaces, students share food and play games—Settlers of Catan and Cambio are crowd favorites.
Most evenings, there are coding workshops — introductory events offered for prospective students, alongside informal gathering of students working together on difficult lessons or coding challenges. There’s usually plenty of pizza and snacks around to fuel brain power.
Our teaching staff sit on the main floor of campus, which means someone’s always on hand to help explain a difficult subject—or grab a cup of tea and have a chat.
London grads launch careers they love
At Flatiron School, we believe the purpose of an education is to help you build a brighter future —so we pair our technical education with a commitment to helping our students get jobs they love and launch careers in tech.
Our graduates have secured jobs at companies including ASOS, Tray.io, Atom Learning and Sainsbury’s and our Employer Partnerships team works to build relationships with hiring managers at London’s most exciting organisations. We take pride in placing people in jobs they love.
Interested in switching jobs in London? Take your first step and check out our courses today.
Disclaimer: The information in this blog is current as of 30 January 2020. Current policies, offerings, procedures, and programs may differ. For up-to-date information visit FlatironSchool.com.
Posted by Selin Ozdiktas / January 30, 2020
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