F.A.Q.

Frequently Asked

Your gateway to a wealth of information about our Full Stack Software Development Bootcamp. Whether you’re considering enrollment, in the midst of the program, or an alum seeking additional insights, this section is designed to address your queries and provide valuable details.

All potential students are required to go through an interview process conducted by our trainers before being selected. One of the assessments we will take into consideration is the commitment of potential students throughout the bootcamp. We expect students to remain dedicated and not drop out during their studies or after employment.
We do not solely rely on academic qualifications when selecting students for our coding bootcamp. Our program is specifically designed to accommodate begineers and individuals with no prior coding experience. We enthusiastically welcome individuals from diverse backgrounds who are eager to learn and embark on their tech journey. Our primary emphasis is on fostering a supportive and immersive learning environment where students can develop the essential coding skills and knowledge needed to be succeed.

Entry requirements
  1. Malaysians aged between 18 to 35 years
  2. SPM leavers
  3. Unemployed or retrenched – Malaysians who are seeking to get employed in digital and tech industry
  4. Reskill or upskill – Malaysians who are seeking to acquire high-demand digital skills to secure employment in the digital and tech industry.
After completing this coding bootcamp, students will receive a certificate issued by the Elevate Academy of Technology and Innovation. This certificate is recognized by the Human Resource Development Corporation and the Malaysia Board of Technologists. Additionally, We have submitted our application as an Intitut Pendidikan Swasta (IPS) under the Ministry of Education (MOE).
Students cannot use the certificate to transfer credits for further study purposes since this porgram is specifically designed for students who are committed to pursuing a career in the tech industry and are ready to enter the workforce after completing the bootcamp. However, this coding bootcamp is also beneficial for students who wish to complement their existing university or college studies and prepare themselves for a career in the tech industry upon graduation.
Yes, it is possible to learn coding within a 12-week or similarly short time period through our intensive coding bootcamp, Our bootcamp utilises a hands-on approach with personal coaching from experience ensures that you receive the necessary guidance and support throughout the program.
At the end of our bootcamp, we do not conduct a traditional exam. Instead, we prioritise a comprehensive evaluation of each student’s progress and skills through a competency exam. Our assessment methods include a capstone project, allowing us to gauge the quality of students’ work. Throughout the program, our dedicated instructors and coaches closely monitor students’ development and provide feedback to ensure continuous improvement.

The Capstone Project, also known as a competency exam, is a mandatory component for all students. They actively participate in the demonstration day, which serves as a graduation-like event. During this special occasion, students seize the opportunity to present their final projects to the public. Potential employers will be invited to witness these remarkable projects, creating a platform for students to showcase their abilities and potential as prospective employees.
Our coding bootcamp operates on a full-time basis with classes scheduled from Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm.
At the moment, our coding bootcamp is designed for students who can commit to joining the physical class. We do not currently offer online or hybrid classes.
Our coding bootcamp is led by our Founder/Executive Director, who is supported by our talented engineering team. Our trainers are experienced software engineers/developers with a wealth of expertise in the industry.
No, accommodation is not included in the study fee and will be at the students’ own cost. However, we can provide recommendations for accommodations based on their affordability.
No, a notebook/laptop will not be provided. Students are required to use thir own notebook/laptop during the bootcamp.
No, meals will not be provided. However, students will have access to free-flow coffee or tea at the pantry.
Upon completion of the bootcamp, we provide job placement assistance to every student. Through our partnerships with Malaysia Digital Districts (MDD), Phi Software, and other industry partners that we work closely with, we can connect our students with potential ob opportunities and support their transition into the workforce. With its extensive network, especially withing the tech industry, MDD (Malaysia Digital Districts) is well-equipped to facilitate job placements, including remote work opportunities with Singapore and Hong Kong. Phi Software, a software house based in Kota Kinabalu, is actively hiring and providing employment opportunities. We continuously seek to expand our partnerships and industry connections to enhance opportunities for our student.
Job placement arrangements will be facilitated immediately after graduation. The exact start date for students to begin working will depend on the decision made by their respective employers.
The payment range for software engineers can vary depending on several factors such as experience, location, industry, and skill level. Generally, software engineers are well-compensated for their expertise. In some regions, entry-level software engineers can earn an average salary of RM2500 – RM3500 per month. As engineers gain more experience and specialise in specific areas, their salaries can increase significantly.
We offer various payment methods for your convenience:

Upfront tuition: If you choose to pay the full tuition upfront, you will receive a 10% discount. Not further payments will be due after the upfront payment.
Split payment: You have the option to pay 50% of the tuition upfront, and the remaining 50% can be paid in monthly installments throughout the duration of the course.
Income Share Agreement (ISA): With the “Study Now, Pay Later” option, you only need to pay the tuition fee after completing the bootcamp and securing a job in the tech industry. This payment method required a minimum monthly salary of RM2500 or above, and ther are specific terms and conditions to agree upon, including working with a tech company affiliated with our bootcamp.

We provide these flexible payment options to accommodate different financial situations and make our bootcamp accessible to a wider range of individuals.

The eligibility requirements for applying to ISA as follows:
1. The student must be a Sabahan.
2. The household must fall under the B40 income classification, which includes households with an income of RM4,850 and below.
3. Students are required to accept the job placement offered by the academy as part of our program requirements. This ensures that students fully commit to the opportunities provided and make the most of their career prospects.
Our coding botocamp fees can be considered among the lowest compared to other coding schools in Mlaysia. What sets us apart is the expertise of our coaches, who are experienced software engineers/developers. Additionally, our curriculum is regularly updated to incorporate the latest technologies and industry trends. We strive to provide a high-quality learning experience that prepares our students for the dynamic field of technology. As a Sabahan-based school, we take pride in being the pioneer coding school in Borneo, which inclused Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei and Kalimantan.
The tuition fee of RM10,000 is solely for the purpose of covering the cost of tuition. There are no additional charges included in the tuition fee.

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