Microverse graduates come from an incredibly selective group of global software development talent.

Microverse students come from a variety of career backgrounds—music, law, translation, education, and finance. Some even pursued Microverse directly following high school. 

As diverse as our students are, they have a lot of characteristics in common: they're self-starters, thoughtful English communicators, hard workers, and great collaborators that have shown us through a rigorous application process why they should be a part of the 0.3% of applicants invited to join Microverse for our 6-8 month full-time program. 

Microverse's collaborative learning approach based on mastery learning empowers graduates to master the technical, communication, and collaboration skills needed to thrive in a global and remote workplace.

Microverse graduates have spent more than 1,500 hours mastering their software engineering skills through a unique and instructor-less learning approach based on pair programming.

As our students collaborate to build more than 30 projects through mastery learning, they become proficient in Algorithms & Data Structures, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, React, Ruby, and Ruby on Rails and acquire the habits to more easily learn their next language. 

Global talent is a competitive advantage. 

Companies can’t hire the best people in the world if they limit themselves to a small fraction of the global population that lives in a western country or developed economy.

Businesses from Poland to the USA have hired Microverse graduates—and they've been happy to learn that great developers don't have to cost 6-figures salaries.

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