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Scaler Academy offers a structured, flexible and guided learning program for software engineers to accelerate their career. This program is open for all software engineers irrespective of the # of years of work experience or their current place of work. Our features are:
Software engineers with any number of years of experience can choose to join Scaler Academy's Full Stack program. Applicants currently in college (1st, 2nd, 3rd or final year of college) could consider to join Scaler Edge, our college student focused product. Please visit www.scaler.com/edge for more detail
Live classes are normally held 2 times a week, with the exact class days and timings being determined by the batch. However, given all learners would be software engineers that are currently working, the classes would be held in the late evening or night on weekdays and any suitable time over the weekends.
All lectures are recorded and you will have access to the recordings after the lecture is completed.
The program has a fixed schedule, during which you would attend live-lectures with a dedicated instructor, Teaching Assistant, and personal mentor. 15 hour weekly commitment is required for the duration of the program in order to achieve positive results.
A full-stack developer is one of the high-demand jobs in the industry. Companies pay them handsomely since they contribute the most to software projects. Thus, whether you are a fresher or an experienced developer, you will always be in demand in the software industry, with great opportunities waiting for you.
After the end of the full-stack developer course, you will receive a course completion certificate
No, we feel that before jumping into a full-stack module, you must learn the basics of programming, cs fundamentals, and Data Structures & Algorithms. These skills are essential to have before you can begin with a full-stack specialization.
Full stack developers are computer programmers who are proficient in both front and back end coding-
While Full Stack Developers focus on web applications, Software Engineers specialize in native apps. And while the term Software Engineer is broad and could mean a variety of things, a Full Stack Developer's skill set is laser-focused on web development
Full-stack developers possess a wide range of abilities and are expected to have comprehensive programming knowledge. But, its definitely possible to learn these skills with dedication and practice.
Yes, all sections start at the same time but end at different times, depending on the duration of the course for that section. The Advanced section ends in 9 months, the Intermediate section ends in 11 months and the Beginner section ends in 13 months.
Your eligibility for the Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced section is decided basis an entrance test.
Depending on which section you are allotted, the duration of the course could range from 9 to 13 months.
The test will comprise of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) on the following topics:
Yes! We have designed the test so that it can be easily taken on mobile as well. However for best results, we would advise you to take the test in a quiet setting with minimal disruptions
No, you do not need any special preparation for this test. However, if you would like, you could brush up on simple concepts like arrangement, derangement, and a few simple aptitude questions.
Our tutors would teach you the concepts mentioned in the course curriculum and would take live classes 3 times a week. There would be different tutors teaching different topics
Our tutors have built scalable systems in the past and understand the real-life importance of DSA and System Design, not just interview-relevant material. They have hands-on, real-life experience and don't just have theoretical knowledge. For more detail on our tutors, please visit www.scaler.com/academy
We have 100+ Teaching Assistants that would solve your doubts in prompt-manner. These doubts could be related to the class content or regarding the assignments.
Teaching Assistants (TAs) work closely with the tutors to help students with their assignments and homework. They answer students' doubts via chat and video call. You would interact with TA's regularly outside of the live-class sessions to get more hands-on problem solving experience.
Teaching Assistants (TAs) mostly come from strong problem-solving backgrounds. They can be from a range of experiences but share a common interest towards coding and teaching alike.
2 Teaching Assistants (TAs) are allotted per batch of 40-50 students. This ensures each student gets enough time with their TA and gets their queries resolved instantly.
When a student has a doubt, he/she would raise a 'Help Request'. This 'Help Request' would be circulated within the peer group first in order to foster a sense of giving back and create a sense of community. In parallel, the Teaching Assistant is also alerted with regards to this 'Help Request'. The doubt can then be either clarified via the peer group or via the Teaching Assistants via text or via video call. If a video call is done, the Teaching Assistant can also share his/her screen to resolve the issue and help you understand the concept better. These video calls are done 1:1.
No, you do not need any prerequisites to enroll in this full-stack web developer program. It caters to both beginners and experienced professionals seeking to enhance their web development skills. However, there will be a 30 min initial MCQ test where your basics will be checked.
Mentors provide personalized advice on your career. They also help you with mock interviews, help with your resume and provide career advice. Mentors do 1:1 video calls with you for 30-60 mins each for each session. It is advisable to do 2 mentor sessions every month.
Our mentors mostly work at tier 1 product companies and would be experienced software professionals. For more information, please visit www.scaler.com/mentor
Based on your background, we offer a few mentors for you to choose from at the beginning of the course. You could choose 1 mentor of your choice from this pool. We try to ensure that your mentor is relatable to your background.
We would entertain a request to change a mentor, but a change in mentor is done only on a case-by-case basis.
We provide three kinds of placement support once you complete this full stack course:
Yes! We strive to help you prepare for your job interviews via mock interviews. Mock interviews can be done in two parts:
Our employer partners range from technology MNCs (Multinational Corporations) to fast-growing startups to companies in the financial services space. Please visit www.scaler.com/mentor to learn more about where our alumni are placed.
Here are the best companies Full stack Developers-
Employers hire for a wide variety of roles, including full-stack engineering and backend-engineering across a range of work experience. We would be careful to ensure that you apply to companies that match your qualifications and strengths.
Employers typically hire full stack developers all through the year, depending on their requirements. When employers do approach us, we would make the opportunity visible to students in the batch. Students are welcome to apply for opportunities that interest them. Each opportunity would have a test associated with it and students would be referred based on their performance in these tests and other factors like attendance and their problem-solving percentage.
The total tuition fee including GST is INR 3.59. With EMI, this can drop as low as ~INR 8,628/month (equivalent to your monthly grocery bill!)
Yes! Way of getting exciting scholarships at Scaler Academy Get up to INR 25,000 as scholarship basis your performance in the 30 minutes entrance test!
Yes! Via our NBFC partners, we provide a range of EMI options, from zero-interest EMI options (upto 12 months) and longer tenure loans of 24 months and 36 months. The longer tenure loans of 24 months and 36 months will include the interest cost.