Admissions for Turing are always open, with cohorts beginning approximately every 7 weeks.
There are no prerequisites or requirements to attend Turing. Our students come from all kinds of backgrounds and different walks of life.
Students who are successful here are open-minded problem solvers who demonstrate an aptitude for logical thinking, a willingness to work hard, and an enthusiasm about shaking up the tech industry. Ready to change your life?
Apply here. Expect to spend 1-2 hours on the entire application which consists of:
Share your contact information and your desired start date.
Your Work History
There are no checkboxes you need to match to be invited to interview. Upload your current resume or answer a few short questions so the admissions team can learn more about you.
Writing code is about logical thinking. In this series of small exercises, you can demonstrate your aptitude for problem solving. Looking for some practice before you dive in? Try looking up sample LSAT questions
After submitting your application, you’ll find out in about 48 hours whether or not you have been invited to interview.
You can interview in person at our campus in Downtown Denver or online via a video chat. The interview consists of two parts:
Collaborative exercise with your interviewer to see how you approach problem solving.
Conversation to gauge your passion for software programming and ability to contribute positively to our community.
After your interview, you will find out within 72 hours if you have been accepted to Turing.
Pay your deposit*, select your cohort start date, pick either the Front-End or Back-End Engineering program, and enroll in Module 0. After you enroll, you will schedule a call with our Enrollment and Financial Advisory to talk through your transition to becoming a full-time student. Turing has resources for housing, transportation, budgeting/living expenses, and more.
Cohorts for both programs begin approximately every 7 weeks. We suggest applying sooner rather than later to ensure you get a spot in the cohort of your choice. Space is limited to our classroom size and some cohorts fill up before the enrollment deadline!
Suggested application deadline:
Cohort Start Date:
September 21, 2020
(Online) November 30, 2020
December 14, 2020
February 1, 2021
January 18, 2021
March 22, 2021
*This requirement may be waived for those veteran students eligible for GI Bill® benefits upon submission of a statement of benefits in accordance with 38 USC 3679(e). No late fees, penalties, denial of access to classes or facilities, or requirement of borrowing additional funds will be made to veterans or their dependents using the GI Bill® due to a delay in payment of tuition or fees from the VA.