CAREER SUPPORT & SUCCESS

We design our course to get you hired

Our graduates work for leading tech companies in New Zealand, start their own companies, or develop projects for their communities and whānau.

The technology industry is dynamic, innovative and creative. Becoming a web developer means working in the field of innovation, with companies that are forward thinking and aren’t afraid to do things differently. Technological skills are in-demand and the tech industry will only continue to grow.

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of Dev Academy students who graduated over 12 months ago are working in web development or adjacent tech roles *

Our graduates have gone on to work at...

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Get Personal Career Support

Our careers experts support you every step of the way

At the end of the Dev Academy programme, we offer one-on-one support to find your first job. We help with CV writing, developing your personal brand, interview preparation, and what to expect from job seeking in tech. Our team also runs industry Q&A sessions. Our well-networked careers experts will be with you every step of the way until you land in the industry.

*Across all graduates, excluding those who are ‘not jobseeking’ (did not come to Dev Academy with the intention of getting work on graduation)

Our graduates say it best

“Getting a job is one thing, but finding a career is a completely different story. [Dev Academy] is the place that helps you find a career… It’s not just a school or bootcamp, it’s like a portal that opens so many doors for you.” — Anna

“It took me 6 months to get a full-time role. I worked part-time in the interim… I knew the stack I wanted to work on and the areas I wanted to improve, so I was a little choosy. But hey, life is short — so be a little bit ballsy, and get out there and get what’s best for you.” — Jae

“Careers Week was so unbelievably helpful for me. It was great to have someone from the tech recruitment sector to give us really good advice.” — Ellora