of our graduates have found an employment opportunity within 3 months of graduation (SF Campus - December 2019 - read more)
$109,000 / yr
Current median full-time salary of Year 2 graduates working in the US (SF Campus - December 2019 - read more)
4.7 / 5
star rating on coursereport.com (April 2019)
The benefits of attending Holberton are life changing — professionally, personally and socially. Graduates discover innovative ways to realize their potential, and develop interests and passions within their field.
We'll help develop your professional skills, and prepare you for a successful professional career. As the alumni, you'll always be supported with access to our community and the extensive network.Learn about the Income Share Agreement
— Steven G., Software Engineer at Pinterest
"Holberton School is an amazing place to learn full-stack software engineering. After the program, I achieved my dream of working in tech as an Apprentice Software Engineer at Pinterest!"
— Bilal K., Software Engineer at Credit Karma
"Since I started working at Credit Karma, I got promoted 3 times in 2 years. I am now a Software Engineer III. Holberton's method of teaching is outstanding and everyone at this school is super helpful."
Our students have landed software engineering employment across all industries and company sizes. See some of the employers who have hired our students.Join our Corporate Partners Network
— Indra Nooyi, former CEO of PepsiCo
"As companies in traditional industries increasingly rely on software to transform their business, Holberton School will be training talented local students to become world-class software engineers, ready to contribute from their first day on the job."
— Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn
"Holberton is producing remarkable, Ivy League-caliber graduates without the costs, the time, or the prerequisites."
— Simón Borrero, CEO and Founder of Rappi
"Holberton is able to attract students of all genders, rich or poor, formally educated or not, and to effectively train them on in-demand skills. That capability is exactly what’s needed."