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We are a for-profit, social impact enterprise that trains ambitious and disciplined Africans with digital skills. Our processes, methods and technologies equip you to become a highly-employable professional in tech.
Dufuna is a for-profit, social impact enterprise that trains ambitious and disciplined Africans with digital skills. Our processes, methods and technologies equip our scholars to become highly-employable technology professionals.
No. We have had graduates from cohort 1 and 2 with background other than Computer Science such as Chemistry, Education, Public Health, Geography, Math Education to mention a few.
Yes. We had a product management course in March 2020 in partnership with the UK-Nigeria Tech Hub.
Applicants are required to pass a test before they can be admitted to the programme. Selection will be made based on the test results.
The programme can be completed between 6 to 12 months.
No. There will be no physical classes.
The classes will be taught online. We have videos for each lesson and they will be made accessible to scholars through our mobile app.
Yes, the videos can be downloaded on the mobile app.
Yes. We have a structure in place for this.
In addition to the lesson videos, our scholars will be placed in small interactive groups to augment learning. Mentorship, Career and Employment Support will also be provided.
The programme costs $600/₦200,000/ZMW10,800. However we offer a discounted cost of $360/₦120,000/ZMW6480 for a limited period which can be paid in 12 monthly instalments of $30/ZMW540/₦10,000 from the programme start date.
We offer employment support to our scholars. We will be on the lookout for job opportunities, help you prepare your CV, practice interviews, and offer general advice on how to advance in your tech career.
There is a lot of demand for the skills acquired from the programme. 37.5% of our recent graduates were placed in jobs within a month of completing the programme and 70% of the 2018 graduates secured jobs or internships within 3 months of completing the programme.
July 1, 2020. Payment details will be communicated to selected participants.
Our vision is to train a million software developers across Africa in 10 years. To achieve this goal, we have to ensure that the programme is sustainable.
Oh yes! You will pay $360/₦120,000/ZMW6480.
Our March 2020 graduates earn between ₦80,000 and ₦150,000 per month (in Nigeria) as interns and/or full-time employees
We don't have any scholarships at the moment. We are actively speaking to potential donors to fund full or partial scholarships. If we are successful, we'll make the scholarships available at the end of the programme. Please note that there are no scholarship guarantees.