Turkey’s 42 schools participated in the international software


The agreement signed between the two new international software developers schools in the hundreds of thousands of innovative teaching models with rear Ecole 42 player of the Open Source Platforms and Turkey Informatics Valley to be opened in Turkey.

Industry and Technology Minister Mustafa Varank, sharing his Twitter account as on the subject, with innovative teaching models, the world’s leading software school from 42 to declaring 23 countries and 36 kampüslük they add Turkey to the international network, “42 Kocaeli and 42 young people with Istanbul software to the international standard “Dear 42, welcome among us!” used the expressions.

In his post on the official Twitter account of 42 schools (@ 42born2code), he stated that 2 new members will join the “42 campus network” partners soon, “Our local partners, Ministry of Industry and Technology, Minister Varank, Deputy Minister of Industry and Technology Mehmet Fatih Kacır, Informatics Valley Turkey and TUBITAK Industrial Management Institute (TÜSSİDE) with the support of Istanbul in Turkey and meet Kocaeli. 42, now at 36 campuses in 23 countries. ” gave the information.

When schools reach full capacity, the enrollment number will be 2 thousand 250

According to a written statement from the Ministry of Turkey, Industry and Technology Strategy in 2023, progressing step by step in line with its target of 500 thousand developers in the framework of the National Technology moves.

In the schools to be opened in the Informatics Valley in Kocaeli and Vadistanbul in Istanbul, software developers will be trained to develop new technologies with learning based education from each other.

When schools reach full capacity in their third year, the enrollment number will be 2 thousand 250.

Since 2016, Ecole 42 has been establishing a new generation of schools that train software developers around the world with different approaches in the field of education.

It spreads the new education model in many different cultures, especially in technology-leading countries such as France, USA, Japan, Germany and South Korea. These schools offer hands-on learning methods for various programming languages ​​needed in the sectors.

Managing the schools it established with an innovation center approach, Ecole 42 has gained recognition in the world with its groundbreaking philosophy in education.

With this innovative vision in education, schools that meet the needs of the sectors have attracted the attention of software developer companies in a short time and have become one of the resources that cover the talent gaps of companies.

The international network of Ecole 42 provides its students with the opportunity to study in other country campuses where the schools are located, enabling them to both benefit from the multinational working culture and have a real professional experience.

No classes, teachers, and exams

The school, which is open to anyone who wants to become a software developer aged 18 and over, without any pre-education or diploma requirement, receives applications at various times throughout the year.

Students continue their education in line with their individual interests, without the need for classroom, teacher or exam, thanks to the learning from each other and the project-based gamified education curriculum.

After completing the basic programming level, students specialize in areas such as data analysis, machine learning, and artificial intelligence in line with the module they choose. In order to adapt to the changing competency sets with the developing technologies, the curriculum is constantly updated with the support of mentors from the industry. Thus, it can meet the real business needs.

leading practices in Turkey

Varank under the auspices of the Minister, Informatics Valley and TUBITAK established in partnership TÜSSİDE Turkey Open Source Platform software schools, École from 42 to Turkey joining the global network will be the first examples.

Turkey will create a paradigm shift in education in 42 schools, while enjoying the highest level of Turkey’s potential to increase the international competitiveness of the programmer.

It will meet the needs of software developers in all areas that will provide digital transformation, especially the needs of mobility, industry, finance, 5G and communication sectors with artificial intelligence technologies, which are of critical priority. The increasing number of software developers will increase their investments in advanced technologies made in Turkey.

Trainings will be free

Schools with a total capacity of 750 seats, located in Informatics Valley and Vadistanbul, were established with the partnership of the Istanbul Development Agency (İSTKA) and the East Marmara Development Agency (MARKA) with a guided project support fund. In schools, which will provide education 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, students will complete their education free of charge with the support of Platform members.

to inform schools about the application process will be operational in June and July in Turkey Open Source Platform will be announced on the website and social media accounts.

Turkey Open Source Platform 21 founding members and sponsors 7, 90 stakeholders, companies, entrepreneurs, NGOs, universities and community features.