Located in between the bustling communities of the Financial District and Chinatown, General Assembly of Boston is happy to be at the center of the city’s hub of innovation. Boston has a long history of prosperity across multiple industries, and technology is no exception. General Assembly aims to help students develop the grit and determination required to succeed in Boston’s tech industry. From a small company to a thriving institution, General Assembly grew into one of the most prominent players in the tech education industry.
Full-time courses at General Assembly Boston usually run for 10 to 12 weeks at a time. Part-time courses last between 8 to 10 weeks. Full-time classes generally run Monday through Friday for 8 hours per day. Part-time programs typically last for 2 to 3 hours during the evenings. Specific days for the part time courses vary based on location and the desired program of study.
General Assembly is a major coding bootcamp that’s well-known in the tech industry. With over 40,000 global alumni and 10,000+ hiring partners across multiple industries, it’s safe to say that General Assembly is highly connected. Graduates of General Assembly have gone on to work at some of the world’s biggest companies. Alumni from General Assembly’s Boston Campus now work for Microsoft, Big Spaceship, Etsy, Google, and more.
General Assembly offers a variety of full-time and part-time programs. These courses are also Online courses are also available. Tuition for full-time courses averages around $15,000 but varies between programs. Part-time courses generally cost around $4,000. General Assembly understands that each student’s financial situation may be different. The bootcamp offers multiple payment options, including income share agreements (ISAs), partnerships with third-party lenders, and in-house tuition installment plans. General Assembly also offers a variety of scholarships for prospective students.
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