LIFE AFTER 42 WOLFSBURG
42 Wolfsburg programming course is a profound professional and personal life-altering experience. We prepare you for success with skills you can bring to improve any field you choose to undertake. You will be able to confidently start a career that aligns with your passion and interest, and as an alumnus, you know how to use your acquired skills to keep learning and growing.
#42Wolfsburg is always here to support you with an extensive network where students build lifelong connections and communities of go-getters, movers, and shakers. 42 graduates worldwide are proof of the benefits you reap in an environment that lets you realize your full potential and tap into your creative problem-solving capabilities.
- On average, every student receives 3 employment offers during their studies
- Every student completes 2 paid internships, which equips them with relevant work experience
- Domain-specific projects, particularly in the final year, create a strong portfolio of skills relevant to what companies actually need today.
With 5000+ alum, 42 students are hired in various sectors and industries, from Fortune 500 companies to small startups and everything in between. After 42Wolfsburg, the world is your oyster. You can start your own company, transform the automotive industry, or rock it in a large tech firm or a start-up. The sky's the limit, but here are some examples:
You will develop technical skills to master each programming language and build your own unique understanding of programming paradigms. This is the perfect preset to become a software designer or a full-stack developer.
MOBILE APP DEVELOPER / GAME
DEVELOPER / WEB DEVELOPER
At 42 Wolfsburg, you will develop the technical skills required by the system and network administrators, including management, security of operating systems, networks, clouds, and other services.
NETWORK ARCHITECT / NETWORK
Participating in creative problem-solving, and group projects that might even need an artistic touch make you the perfect candidate for creative industries and you might become a game or web developer.
By collaborating in real-world projects, we help you develop skills needed as a project manager, data analyst, team lead, CTO, and founder. Your goal will be to bring digital ideas to life.
A TRUSTED NETWORK
„Germany has a long tradition and visceral understanding of using apprenticeships for highly skilled technical training. It is hence very well suited to bring the 42 approach to software engineering.“
Vint Cerf - Google VP & Chief Internet Evangelist also known as one of the Fathers of the Internet
„The demand for IT specialists is immense. The 42 coding school takes an unconventional approach with an extraordinarily bold concept beyond established educational qualifications. For Heilbronn, this institution is an exciting addition to the regional educational portfolio. This is a highly attractive program for unconventional thinkers and creative minds.“
Theresia Bauer - Minister for Science, Research and Arts of Baden-Wüttemberg
"Good software developers are always needed for developing Wikimedia open-source software projects, such as Wikipedia. I am looking forward to getting access to top talent via 42.“
Abraham Taherivand - Executive Director, Wikimedia Deutschland
„42 coding schools are offering a chance for people to become successful coders and learn the ideal soft skills to excel in their careers.“
Corinne Vigreux - CEO 42 Netherlands & Founder of TomTom
„We develop software and apps for the next generation's automotive industry at the Volkswagen Digital:Lab in Berlin. We are very much looking forward to 42 students, who will be able to help us shape the future with their cutting-edge coding skills and entrepreneurial spirit.“
Jochen Scherl - Director Volkswagen Digital:Lab
„42 doesn't only create new pathways into technology careers but offers a radical and progressive new vision for lifelong learning. Students work on meaningful projects, they solve challenging problems, and they learn to be effective members of a team. Those are exactly the skills we need to tackle the big challenges of our times.“
Philipp Schmidt - MIT Media Lab Director of Digital Learning + Collaboration Studio