Learn the skills of the Future

Learn to program in

Montevideo, Uruguay

About our Campus

Welcome to

Montevideo, Uruguay

Montevideo is the capital and most populous city of Uruguay. Headquarters of Mercosur and ALADI, Montevideo has over 1.3 million inhabitants. It has been classified as the city with the best quality of life in Latin America.

- Our campus is located in Jacksonville, an infrastructure of excellence, in a cowork environment, with the benefits of a unique and avant-garde natural environment that facilitates study and healthy life.

- Integrated into Zonamerica, a business and technology park with world-class infrastructure and a thriving community of more than 350 companies and 10,000 people, unique in the country.

- Multiple services, amenities and events with a focus on enjoyment and engagement.

- On campus we have meeting rooms, spaces to rest and comfortable environments that adapt to the different styles of working and studying.

- The campus is available to students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Learn software development
‍from the ground up

Our full-time, intensive program will first introduce you to the foundations of computer science, then specialize in what drives you. Our collaborative, project-based environment makes every student real-world ready after graduating.

Flexible tuition option

We succeed when you succeed

We don’t think financial ability should be a barrier. That's why you will be given flexible options to finance your tuition. When Holberton students succeed, everyone succeeds.

Available Tuition Option:

Income Share Agreement

Eligibility

Uruguayan citizens or Uruguayan permanent resident.

Gross income share and payback time

17% of your income for 3.5 years of payment.

Minimum gross income to start paying

Monthly payments start when you earn at least $UY 40,000 / month.

Max Amount

USD 22.000 for the 18-month program.

Income Share Agreement

Eligibility

Uruguayan citizens or Uruguayan permanent resident.

Gross income share and payback time

17% of your income for 3.5 years of payment.

Minimum gross income to start paying

Monthly payments start when you earn at least $UY 40,000 / month.

Max Amount

USD 22.000 for the 18-month program.

Thanks to our partner.

Thanks to our partners

Holberton School Uruguay is promoted by Fundación Zonamerica, a non-profit organization with more than 10 years of experience in developing training proposals with high added value for companies and people with a high innovative component. The school is financed by Zonamerica, as a contribution to narrow the digital demand in the country.

Want to become a corporate partner?

Address

Ruta 8 Km 17, Jacksonville Montevideo, Uruguay

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Phone

‍+598 2517 0085

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Contact

‍mvd-admissions@holbertonschool.com

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"To me, one of the most valuable things from the program are the peers! That's what makes it so unique. How closely and intensely you work with others, that's one of the best resources. The curriculum is awesome, the problems are great, and the real magic comes from working together on them."

Arthur
Holberton School San Francisco, Cohort 8

"Holberton School not only also recognizes that diversity and collaboration are important, but actively removes barriers to foster diverse coders and uses peer-learning as a critical component of developing both our technical and soft skills."

Kelsie
Holberton School Tulsa, Cohort 11

“Since I started working at Credit Karma, I got promoted 3 times in 2 years. I am now a Software Engineer III. Holberton School's method of teaching is outstanding and everyone at this school is super helpful.”

Bilal
Software Engineer at Credit Karma

“Everyone has a reason for being at Holberton School, and they’re focused on achieving their goal of becoming a software engineer. When I step foot on campus, I know I’m at a place that is only going to make me better—nothing tops my experience here.”

Mohameth
Holberton School New Haven, Cohort 8

I found it very inclusive because you don't have to pay upfront. I will be very happy to give every cent after I graduate so that someone else will have the opportunity to study."

Mary
Holberton School Colombia, Cohort 10

Ready to define your future?