BCA is a learning destination of choice for existing and aspiring developers. Coding skills have never been in higher demand: apart from companies in the technology sector, there is an increasing number of businesses relying on computer code.
We strongly believe that active participation through hands-on experience is the best learning method. The academy is established by IM Republic, Inc., the full-cycle software development company passionate about building digital products that push the limits of technology. We “preach what we practice”, what we teach is backed by what we do.
Our aim is to bring cutting edge technology to the region, empower women through computer programming, encourage development community, help local workforce become globally competitive.
We give our students the opportunity to learn how to exploit their new knowledge to create new opportunities, easing the pathway from the classroom to commercial applications. We help them find more engaging ways that affirm who they are, and what they care about.
We invite you to become part of our network of believers in fast advancing technology who support the learning experience of the future.
Concerns on the growing skills gap, combined with future economic and talent management forecasts, makes partnerships with BCA a smart solution for a wide range of businesses and organizations.
We align our partners with a range of companies and professional associations which have an interest in supporting our students. Therefore you got a chance to network with other organizations in different areas, and start to create synergies.
Partners are featured on our website, in press releases, on social media as well as in our classrooms. You can advertise sponsored scholarships, internships or job offers in our channels, have personal contact with the students and hire talent for your organization.
Get in touch with us to find out more about how you can benefit from the co-creation of the BCA community!
We at BCA believe that coding is too important to be left just to men.
The tech industry used to promote diversity for moral reasons, and now diversity is seen as a strength that makes good business sense. Having a diverse set of people create your software makes it better for the very diverse people who will use it.
However, the ratio of women trained in computer science education is even lower now than it was in the 1980s. In 2016, girls made up just 17% of placement test takers in computer science worldwide.
To combat these numbers, BCA has sprouted to encourage and support programming education for women.
We are committed to reaching corporate sponsors, organizations and institutions in order to secure scholarships, corresponding internship programs as well as to improve career opportunities of female programmers.