What sets Turing College apart from its competitors is its innovative approach to learning. Our methodology involves short intensive sprints inspired by the Agile method that is used by such industry leaders as Google, Apple and Facebook.
Our 3-part application process requires you to first complete an application form, then take part in a remote video interview and have a call with our admissions team member (if needed).
Once all this is done, we’ll contact you with our decision. To ensure you’re prepared, check out this Quick guide on how to prepare for Turing College.
We understand that the quality of your peers highly impacts your learning experience. That's why we admit only the top 10% of candidates. We are a hub for high-achievers who inspire each other to be better tomorrow than they were today.
You’ll be placed in a group of 30 cohorts at the beginning of your studies. With this group you’ll be able to build lasting bonds, network and have fun. And you don’t need to worry about matching your group’s study pace - you’ll be able to learn at your own speed.
Each sprint starts off with you learning the material provided. Depending on the program, you’ll have 9-24 learning sprints.
(the time it takes to complete a sprint can vary)
We cut through the noise of bootcamps by providing you with real-life skills by maximizing hours of practice and personal feedback.
Programs use curated material selected by our content teams from carefully selected, top resources online. The content isn’t unique, but it works the best. We only create study material when we can’t find anything that meets our high quality standards online.
Our teaching prioritizes the kind of practical skills you need to solve problems as a tech professional. And to ensure that your skills are as solid as they can be, we’ll have you review the work of junior students.
Why do we do this? Because only when you know you have to teach others, do you really learn your subject inside out. This theory even has a name - the Protégé Effect.
That’s right, we have no lectures. This means that you can organize a study schedule that works for you.
You will have regular weekly standups. These meetings provide you with the opportunity to share, and discuss topics and problems with senior industry professionals.
If you need any more support, there are regular drop in sessions. Here, our top learners will be on hand to guide and consult you.
That’s not all. Our community of 300+ learners is always there for you to share ideas and ask questions.
You will get
Our learning method replicates the real-world tech team experience by providing personalized feedback on projects every week from senior colleagues and managers.
On top of technical feedback and guidance, you get 1on1 coaching aimed at helping you to become a better professional. No other online tech school offers such a model.
Once you've completed a project, you’ll be given two 1-on-1 assessments (usually with a Senior Team Lead, Junior Team Lead, or senior student). This process has been designed to replicate the kind of review you’ll get at most tech companies.
How it works
While we focus primarily on industry applications, you will find plenty of opportunities to work on cutting-edge research as well. This means that you will be specialized in real-world applications, but also capable of pursuing a further career in academia as well.
We have gathered a diverse group of project supervisors who are working or worked with cutting-edge AI applications at institutions like META AI, Google Brains, Turing.com, Linkedin. They did their scientific research at MIT, Stanford, Cambridge universities.
Here are few examples:
Building a GPT-4 powered chatbot to teach mathematics through the Socratic method with teacher supervision.
Powered by Turing College
Researching a new algorithm to control user social behavior on a running app with the aim of maximizing usage/running.
In partnership with Kilo Health
Once you’ve completed your technical skills training, our career program can help you prepare for the next stage in your career.
We aim to make you job-ready.
Our in-house hiring managers will help you to build and refine your resume, portfolio, and social media profile.
We’ll also give mock interviews and coaching sessions that are designed to help you prepare for both technical and behavioral job interviews.
We will help with
Learn at your convenience with our flexible platform-based online program schedule. Access pre-recorded material wherever and whenever via our learning platform.
Our students dedicate between 15-40 focused hours per week to their studies.. This means that you can choose how fast or slow you want to graduate. We won’t stop you working harder.
Important: your learning speed is a very personal thing and relates to your prior experience, learning style, sleep, your daily job and other things you do in life. For most learners, 15 hours isn't enough to keep up with their desired learning speed, so we recommend being very realistic about your commitment to learn.
Once you’ve completed the program, you will receive a Master’s degree diploma in Data Science & Analytics issued through Woolf University by Malta’s Higher Education authorities. Your Degree is compliant with the 9 International Regulatory and Accreditation Frameworks.
Our degree is as credible as of any other European higher education institution. By finishing our degree you will receive 90 ECTS credits master's degree in Data Science & Analytics. If you plan to apply for PhD program, you can easily do that after finishing this degree. As we have these high-level supervisors and an education team you will have no disadvantage compared to other traditional universities once applying for PhD program.
Graduates get a diploma issued by Malta Further & Higher Education Authority, you can check Woolf’s accreditation as higher education institution here.
Turing College's master's degree is compliant with all listed regulatory frameworks.
Malta is a part of the European Union, and our degrees are recognized throughout Europe under the treaty obligations under the Lisbon Recognition Convention. Malta is known for its more-open approach to government-issued licenses in general. In the higher education industry, it’s a very game-changer as in other countries we couldn’t do that. Why? Most university systems have lobbied local governments to create legislation, not letting new incumbents like us get the license. Higher education is the industry's $2 trillion market, so naturally, universities aren’t willing to bring competition to it.