Coding Bootcamp for International Students
There's no limit to learning - not even your location. Our coding bootcamps are now online to deliver education to you wherever you are. If you are residing outside the US, please see below to review the necessary requirements and documentation.
The goal of admissions is to make sure we’re the right fit, and you're ready for the challenges of the program.
via our online application form
if you attended a non-English school
within 1 to 3 business days
to confirm your spot in class
Compile the necessary documentation and complete the steps below to prepare for your visa application.
Once step two is complete, your I-20 will be sent to your home mailing address.
Once you receive your I-20 form, fill out the necessary information, and you’ll be able to bring it your your visa appointment (step four). Be sure to bring a copy!
Pay the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS Fee), and schedule an embassy appointment.
Full directions are provided on the I-20 form on how to pay the SEVIS Fee— it’s accessible via the I-20 website, and you can easily pay by credit card or wire transfer.
The last step before the final Visa decision— be sure to bring all the paperwork to your appointment!
The embassy appointment will encompass all the paperwork you’ve filled out, a verbal interview of why you’re taking the program, and additional personal questions. Bring all the paperwork and be prepared!
You’ll be notificed via email— as well as a written letter to your home address— if your visa was approved or not.
Once you're approved for your M-1 Visa, you’re ready to arrive in the U.S. and begin your studies! If your visa is denied, you’ll be provided a full refund, and can attempt the process again at a later date. For more information about the M1 Visa, visit the US Immigration Services website.