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Software Development Academy is a unique collaboration between Novare Potential and KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and Lund university in Lund.
The course consists of more than 500 hours of coding with some of the best international teachers in software engineering from KTH and Lund university. It corresponds to the amount of coding for a bachelor’s degree as a system developer.
Apply now if you are interest for the next round, the course shall start in August/September 2020, the training will last for 16 weeks.
Why we do it, and why you should?
Today there is an unsustainable gap between the potential that new arrivals to Sweden have to offer and how the Swedish job market succeed in managing it. At the same time, there is a huge demand of IT-developers in the Swedish IT-sector. The main point of the program is that the participants will go through an accelerated learning at Lund university to learn a skill that is needed in the Swedish job-market and through the strong network of Novare get a big exposure to possible employers.
During Software Development Academy, every participant has been practicing more than 500 hours dedicated to practical coding, resulting in programming skills in Java and web-technologies.
The curriculum includes the practical parts from Back-end to Front-end technologies, and essential topics in Software Engineering. The participants will be able to carry out projects including both modelling and implementation and understand and master the parameters within software development that make program code sustainable, re-usable and flexible to change of requirements. In addition, all the candidates become proficient of working in an agile environment.
What happens after the training?
The aim of this intensive training is to prepare the participants to work as Software Developers in the Swedish market. Therefore, every participant who successfully completes the training and has exhibited remarkable performance under the training, will be promoted for job interviews through Novare Potential with exciting companies in Sweden. Novare Potential will offer employment to those who are matched with Novare’s network. During the employment at Novare Potential you will have a mentor to ensure a sustainable career development with the aim for you to have a long-term employment with our customers.
Who can apply?
Everyone who have a passion for software development or a previous education/experience within the same area are welcome to apply but the most important criteria is that the applicant is motivated to complete a full-time intensive training and that he/she will pass the tests that we will have in the selection process. The training is intensive since it will include the hours equivalent to the core practical parts as in a 3 years university program.
You can be a participant in this training regardless of your educational background, the most important criteria is your motivation, skills and abilities to complete the intensive training. In the recent programs, we have had a mix of participants with many years of experience as developers, testers, project managers etc. and people with high motivation and learning capabilities with no prior software experience.
It is very important that you:
What is next?
Among those who meet the main requirements, the most suitable applicants will be invited to:
The training will be held at Lund University’s premises in Lund/Skåne. It is very important to know that training requires physical attendance and can’t be completed by online attendance.
If you are interested to be enrolled in the training, please apply here and make sure to answer all the questions in the application form.
For further questions or more clarifications please don’t hesitate to write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“The Software Development Academy is different from traditional undergraduate studies in Computer Science. For example, SDA includes a team project which is larger and more complex than projects that college or university students typically complete during their studies.
”Teacher: Philipp Haller, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at KTH
”Software Development Academy provided me a sound foundation in object oriented programming. I was taught how to develop using architectural and design patterns. Additionally, I was able to practice plenty of git and GitHub within a team, which was absolutely essential in my first developer job.
Participant: Danning Shimanovskiy, Kivra