OUR MOST IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTION: BETTER LEARNING.
Practice instead of theory. Teamwork not egoism. Flexibility rather than rigid rules. The first 42 campus in Germany is now opening its doors in Heilbronn, offering a modern way to learn coding. The best thing about it - everyone is welcome!
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Deutschlandfunk Nova | Studium: sich selbst zur Fachkraft ausbilden
HANIX | Schwerpunktthema Frauen mit Sophie Heinz und Sophie Viger von 42
Süddeutsche Zeitung | Die Schnellentwickler
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung | Die Nerds von Morgen
Stuttgarter Nachrichten | Hilf dir selbst, dann hilft dir der Code
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ABOUT 42 HEILBRONN
42 Heilbronn is a private coding school that is entirely free and stands for coding excellence. The innovative educational concept is committed to project-based peer learning – without books, classes, or teachers. Our hands-on educational model is accessible to everyone, independent of their educational and socio-economical background or diplomas. On a 42 campus, students learn and work within a gamified project environment and at their own pace. Further down their journey, depending on personal interests, students focus on different expertise fields of their choice. Besides coding, our education model fosters critical thinking and helps students develop teamwork skills. Alumni are working in much sought after industries as AI specialists, software developers, IT security experts, video game developers, or web developers.
42 Heilbronn is part of the international 42 network and is sponsored by the Dieter-Schwarz-Stiftung. The non-profit coding school exists as an addition to the higher education landscape and aims to help secure our country's digital future.
ABOUT THE 42 HEILBRONN NETWORK
The first 42 campus was founded in 2013 in Paris with a goal to establish a modern education in coding. Nowadays, the network encompasses 32 locations in more than 20 countries and offers a home to 10,000 students. The curriculum is continuously developed further to be up to date with current and future requirements of the tech world. The second German campus besides Heilbronn is located in Wolfsburg and is sponsored by Volkswagen AG.
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