The first code school in Barcelona for refugees and migrants to increase labor integration
Migracode acts as a bridge between the demand for skilled people in the tech sector and people with a migration background who are eager to work in the tech industry.
Some of our instructors
What people say about us
I had the absolute privilege of being able to run an employability session for the MigraCode students of 2019/20. I was completely humbled to hear these guys talk about their experiences and their sheer determination to upskill and become valuable, contributing members of society and never have I felt so privileged and lazy! I’m genuinely not sure who learned more.
Teaching at Migracode is an incredibly rewarding experience. Seeing the students going from virtually zero knowledge to being able to code their way out of complex problems is simply fantastic.
I’m having a great time teaching and sharing my experience with such motivated people. They are very eager to learn and it’s thrilling think that they are starting a path to change not only their lives but also the people close to them.
Really enjoying my time at Migracode. The students are very motivated and eager to learn. Looking forward to seeing how they progress and how we can improve the program even further.
In this article, we aim to provide you with background information of Migracode Barcelona and the code school concept.
What an amazing turnout a few weeks ago during our first Meetup in collaboration with Glovo.
We are proud to announce that we have the profiles of our current class ready.
Read about the experience of Jeff Zinger as an instructor at Migracode.
Do you have a background in tech, but are you also interested in social projects? Apply now!
This joined event of Glovo and Migracode offers a new and interesting approach of tech-meetups.