You are more than a refugee. We are more than a programming course.

We train the professional developers of the future.

For Participants

You bring the motivation. We provide you with all the tools, needed to become a professional software developer. Our next intake will start in October 2018. Together we will make it all the way to your dream job. Interested? Apply here!

For Companies

Are you looking for software developers? Benefit from our diversity and let’s generate together ideas for potential cooperation. Interested? Contact us!

For Supporters

Do you want to help us with your expertise and experience? Become a Teacher/Mentor! Donate your old device, money or contribute your time! There are so many opportunities. Contact us!

Stories & Articles

 Browse the latest articles from our blog as well as stories of successful alumnis.

Women Coders

Did you know that the first computer programmer, Ada Lovelace, was a woman? And what an impressive woman, one can say. Even in her time she realised that these machines can have a function larger than calculations. All before 1850. Ada Lovelace's notes were labelled...

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Visiting the École 42 coding school in Paris

This week Alex, our team member responsible for Curriculum Development, visited the École 42 school in Paris. A lot has been written about it and its revolutionary approach to training programmers (check this article on Quartz). Why revolutionary? There are no...

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refugees{code} is semi-finalist of Ideas from Europe

We are happy to announce that refugees{code} is one of the semi-finalists of this year’s Ideas from Europe competition. We have been chosen to represent Austria’s innovative power and will give our best pitching our project to a selected jury and the public. “Ideas...

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Partners & Supporters

About refugees{code}

refugees{code} offers refugees a program to develop coding and software development skills, free of charge. The program’s goal is to lead to job placements, create a perspective of self-determination, and lead to sustainable long-term integration through work and skills.

Unterstützt durch das Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Wirtschaft