Best Data Science and Analytics Bootcamps in 2023

There’s a hefty demand for professionals with analytical skills as the power of data-driven strategies continues to be emphasized across the business landscape. If you are seeking to become one of these professionals, enrolling in a data science and analytics bootcamps could be the boost you need. The expanding world of bootcamp options can be overwhelming, so Fortune has put together an unranked list of some of the best options for data science and analytics boot camps in 2023. To qualify for this unranked directory, bootcamps must take at least eight weeks to complete and agree to fill out our questionnaire as a measure of transparency. In total, 25 bootcamps made this year’s list and are listed alphabetically.

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BrainStation

Brainstation hosts a data bootcamp that can be completed online or in-person. It also offers the program on a part-time basis that takes eight months to complete or a full-time option that takes 12 weeks to complete. In-person programs are available in New York, Miami, London, Toronto, and Vancouver. Instructors at Brainstation’s bootcamp typically have five or more years of expereince working in the industry. The program is cohort style and costs $16,500 to attend. Applicants have to complete a personal statement, meet with the admissions team for an interview, and complete an “admissions challenge.”

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Coding Nomads

Coding Nomads hosts an online data bootcamp on a part-time basis that takes seven-to-10 months to complete or a full-time option that takes four-to-six months to complete. Bootcamp mentors work part-time for Coding Nomads while holding jobs as professional engineers and data scientists. Instructors have an average of nine years of industry experience. The program costs $899 per month to attend. Applicants have to complete an admissions phone interview, but a written technical assessment is not required. Graduates can earn these certifications: PCEP, PCAP, PCAD, IBM Data Science Professional Certificate, IBM’s Deep Learning Professional Certificate.

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Coding Temple

Coding Temple hosts an online data bootcamp that takes eight weeks to complete.The program, which launched in 2015, offers admissions on a rolling basis. Instructors at Coding Temple’s bootcamp are full-time faculty, and on average have more than five years of industry experience. The instructor to student ratio is 6:1. The program is cohort style and costs $11,500 to attend. Applicants must complete a 50-questions cognitive test to apply. Students earn a Coding Temple Data Analytics Certification and the program is IBHE approved.

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Best Cybersecurity Bootcamps in 2023

As the number of cyberattacks continues to climb, so does the demand for professionals to support the rapidly growing industry. Aside from getting a degree in the space, there are other forms of upskilling that prove to be promising avenues to launch your cybersecurity career. Cybersecurity bootcamps are one way the massive talent gap is being addressed; there are more than 700,000 open jobs in the U.S. alone. While bootcamps are more affordable and have less of a time commitment than a graduate degree, it’s important to know what your options are in this vast landscape. That’s why Fortune has compiled a list of the best cybersecurity bootcamps in 2023. To qualify for this unranked directory, bootcamps must take at least eight weeks to complete, and agree to fill out our questionnaire as a measure of transparency. In total, 23 bootcamps made this year’s list and are listed alphabetically.

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Borough of Manhattan Community College

Borough of Manhattan Community College launched its hybrid cybersecurity bootcamp program in 2012. The program takes four-to-six months to complete and does not require admissions tests to apply. Instructors for Borough of Manhattan Community College’s cybersecurity bootcamp are part-time. The average years of industry work experience among instructors is two-to-three years. The instructor to student ratio for the program is 1:12. There are varying costs to complete the program. Students are organized in a cohort to complete classes.

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Claim Academy

Claim Academy’s cybersecurity bootcamp launched in 2016 and offers open enrollment. The hybrid program takes 12 to 20 weeks to complete and costs $15,500 to attend. The acceptance rate into the program was 33% in 2021, and more than 700 people applied that year. The cohort-style program requires that prospective students complete and pass two assessments in order to enroll. The instructor to student ratio is 1:15. Students who complete the bootcamp receive state-recognized vocational certifications for each course in the bootcamp as well as Comp-TIA A+, Network+, and Security+ certifications (Security+, CISSP).

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Code Fellows

Code Fellows launched in 2013 and while the program does not require beginner students to take an admission test, those looking to test-in to skip the entry-level courses and take a higher level classes are tested for sufficient understanding of the prior course material and expected outcomes. Instructors for this cybersecurity bootcamp are full-time faculty who are required to have at least four years of industry experience. The student to instructional staff ratio is 6:1. Students who successfully complete these classes receive state-recognized vocational certifications for each course offered in addition preparing them for industry-recognized Comp-tia A+, Network+, and Security+, and beyond.

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