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Are you a student? Tell your professor about CodeGym and study one year for free

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Students are welcome to learn at CodeGym for free! If you’re a college or university student, you can tell your professor about our Educational campaign and get a whole year of practicing in groups at CodeGym for free.

About CodeGym Educational Campaign

We are glad to announce an educational campaign for high schools, colleges, and universities to offer a chance for students to learn Java code for free. The campaign aims to make programming education affordable and to encourage students to learn Java programming language in theory and in practice during the school year 2020/2021. To take part in this program, your professor should contact us via form on the page of our EDU program.

What You’ll Get With CodeGym For Higher Ed

  • Private Group for class participants
  • A private group for class connects the accounts of all the students in the class. A teacher can add or exclude students from the class anytime.

  • 80% Practice
  • The course consists of 1200+ practical tasks, and 500+ hours in total of Java practicing.

  • Virtual mentor
  • A virtual teacher, or, it’s better to say the smart system, verifies the solutions, gives recommendations, and helps fix mistakes.

  • Class progress monitoring
  • With the help of a special tool, teachers can track progress of their students across course levels.

  • Class leaderboard
  • This is a little about competition. All students in the course are displayed in the overall ranking.

  • The new non-boring learning process
  • The flow is all about visualization, storytelling, motivation, gaming, and jokes. The learning process is proactive, not sleepy.

  • IntellijIDEA integration
  • CodeGym teaches students how to work in one of the most popular modern IDEs: IntelliJ IDEA.

  • Created for programmers by programmers
  • Meaningful coding techniques being taught in proper order for beginners.

  • The course is logically structured
  • The CodeGym course contains 600 lessons to explain the theory. Each lesson explains the topic so that the student can focus on that theory without being distracted.

The official page of the project