Developed and built by graduates from the world's leading Computer Science institutions (Stanford and Duke), Crimson Code offers short, live, project-based coding courses for Indonesia students.
Our courses instill a passion for technology, preparing students for university and employment in the tech industry.
Who should join? Students from 13 to 17 years old with passion for coding and good English ability.
A coding portfolio is the first thing admissions officers and top employers (Google, Facebook, etc.) ask for. Each Crimson coder builds projects that are showcased in their coding portfolios.
Our courses are entirely project-based. In every course, students build cool projects like Twitter, Instagram, Algorithms, and much more! Students gain the skills to build real-world apps.
Start with core courses like web development, then stack on shorter courses like "Building Amazon" to dive deep and add to your coding portfolio. Choose your customized Computer Science journey.
Learn in-demand skills in engaging, live classes from experienced Computer Science instructors from leading universities such as Duke, Stanford, and Vanderbilt. Join the community!
Fill out the form below and one of our advisors will be in touch to give you a FREE consultation about coding pathways and advise the suitable one!
Learn to code modern websites.
Learn to code mobile applications.
Understand AI, Machine Learning and Big Data.
Complete all four courses to be a true Web Development expert. Each course is $1,200.
Four App Development courses to build powerful mobile applications. Each course is $1,200.
The world of machine learning, AI, and Big Data broken up over four courses. Each course is $1,200.
If you're new to Computer Science, start with our Coding 101 course.
Coding 101 is a 6-week introduction course that serves as a foundation for our other Coding Pathways. The course costs $600.
Lessons take place in 2x 1-hour lessons per week. Students learn the basics of coding and create a website.
Crimson Code's programmes are developed by graduates from the world's leading Computer Science institutions.