General Assembly offers technology courses that give students current skills they will need in a digital economy.
Founded in New York in 2010, the college has a number of campuses worldwide that provides courses in three key areas—technology, design and business—best suited to serve digital agencies and the startup community.
Driven by agile, entrepreneurial thinking, General Assembly courses are not accredited—for a reason. Because technology moves at a pace faster than the government accreditation body, General Assembly has chosen to maintain the flexibility to offer courses that are relevant to the time the student takes the class, including the latest software, kits, tools and tricks of the industry.
Its classes range from comprehensive introductory lessons to immersive courses, taking students from beginners to job-ready candidates.
- Instructors are all current practitioners who possess up-to-date skills in their specialty to bring students the most relevant material to match the speed of technology.
- The courses align to skill gaps in the market, offering training in areas where other courses don't quite reach.
- Class sizes are kept small to encourage interaction.
- Cohorts are introduced to the wider digital and startup community.
- General Assembly offers a job board and hiring partner program, which gives graduates access to companies seeking the skills they have just learnt in their course.
Students acquire industry ready skills to complement or further their career in technology, design or business. If you are ready to learn all those skills that university and vocational education couldn't offer you, enrol with General Assembly and enter an exciting digital community.
General Assembly's Australian campus is located in Sydney. (Melbourne coming soon.)