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The Grace Hopper Program is unable to enroll students younger than 18 or without a high school diploma/GED.
We ask because our financing partners are unable to provide loans to international students. Fullstack Academy is also unable to sponsor student visas.

The Grace Hopper Program curriculum is not intended for beginners, so you will need some programming experience up-front. Check out our online Coding Bootcamp Prep courses to get started.


Apply online whenever you’re ready, or contact a student advisor to learn more. You can also attend an upcoming GHP online info session for guidance every step of the way–from assessment prep to financing.


Once you’ve applied, we’ll contact you to complete an online coding assessment. This is a timed test with a 30-minute allotment.


Pending the results of your assessment, you’ll be invited to interview with one of our Instructors or Teaching Fellows. Then, we’ll alert you of your status within one week. Browse our program page for details.

Why the Grace Hopper Program?

The Grace Hopper Program at Fullstack Academy gives women and non-binary students the skills and support to land a life-changing job in tech—plus the confidence to turn it into a thriving career.


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