Startup Prepares Africa’s World-Class Coding Apprentices For Future Jobs

Startup Prepares Africa’s World-Class Coding Apprentices For Future Jobs

A new education platform trains the top 1% of tech talent from the largest pool of untapped talent in the world

Lara Piras
  • 15 june 2016

Launching a career with tech giants IBM and Microsoft is difficult, especially when amenities that the majority of us take for granted aren’t readily available to those doing the pursuing. Dubbed “the startup that’s harder to get into than Harvard” by CNN, Andela aims to ensure Africa’s elite coders are fully equipped, and then some, for a long, successful career in the industry.

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