You have three months and free online materials to prepare for the entrance exam
The admission to Telerik Academy Alpha Java, our program grooming junior software developers, is now open for online application. The program is 6 months long and starts in November.
If you want to start a career as a junior Java developer, you can now apply to the Telerik Academy Alpha Java program. We have a 3-stage admission process, which includes: submission of an online application form and CV no later than mid-October, online cognitive test, and onsite tech exam. The exam requires basic programming skills that you can easily acquire using our learning platform with self-preparation materials. If you start in July you have three months to prepare.
"Telerik Academy Alpha’s entrance exam helps us select participants with a similar starting level so that they can progress with the same pace. The exam consists of three basic programming tasks. Everyone can prepare by using our free materials or by taking similar courses with a focus on programming fundamentals. Three months are absolutely sufficient for a successful self-preparation," says Mihail Valkov, General Manager of Telerik Academy Alpha.
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