Located in the bustling Mid-Market area of downtown San Francisco, our WeWork campus is the perfect springboard to a career in tech. Surrounded by instructors, colleagues, and tech entrepreneurs, you’ll join a dynamic community of people who are changing things. Plus, enjoy all the WeWork amenities, like laser-fast WiFi, community events, unlimited fruit water, and microbrew coffee.
Graduate with a new job you love. Our proven job search framework features 1:1 sessions with a dedicated career coach, a robust employer pipeline, interview prep, and more. We’re committed to helping you secure a career in software engineering — learn about our Money-Back Guarantee and hear from our graduates.
Focus on learning with flexible payment plans like ISAs and merit-based scholarships. At Flatiron School, we also back up our commitment to student success with a Money-Back Guarantee: graduates who fulfill the terms of our Career Services Commitment and don’t get a job within six months of their job-seeking start date are eligible for a full refund on their tuition (see details).
Studying at our WeWork campus, you’ll learn while becoming a part of the dynamic, bustling WeWork community of start-ups, entrepreneurs, students, and people who are changing things. Plus, enjoy WeWork’s complimentary amenities: high-speed WiFi, 24/7 building access, craft beer on tap, and conference rooms — plus fancy fruit water and micro-brewed coffee.
Our San Francisco courses
Since we opened our doors in 2012, thousands of students have joined us to launch new careers in tech. Start your next career as a software engineer, data scientist, or UX/UI designer today.
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Intro to UX Design: Workshop (and tacos!)
Interested in joining an upcoming UX/ UI Design cohort? Join us for an evening of learning, lead by our Lead Design Instructor, Julia.
Join us for an evening of learning and get a preview of what fun things you will learn in our Software Engineering course, lead by one of our Lead Software Engineering instructors, Amelie Oller!