Frequently asked questions
What kind of support can I expect?
  • Your mentor: an expert will provide weekly 1:1 guidance and accountability in a 30-minute video call at a time that works for your busy schedule.

  • Community teaching assistants: Dedicated help when you’re stuck, and detailed feedback on each project.

  • Career coaches: Your career coach will help with resume reviews, mock interviews, job search strategy etc.

  • Student advisors: Our advisors will answer questions, discuss goals, and provide tips and support on any aspect of the program.

  • And finally, your classmates: You can form study groups, get feedback, and work on projects together!

How do I earn a certificate of completion?

You will receive a certificate of completion from the University of New Hampshire upon graduating. We also have integration with LinkedIn, so you can display a verified certificate on your LinkedIn profile

Are these courses conducted online or in person?

All of our courses take place entirely online. All you need is an Internet connection.

Is this program full-time or part-time?

Our programs are designed to go “at your own schedule”. Most students spend 15-20 hours/week, but the program is asynchronous. So if you want to spend more time, you can finish it faster than average with the continued aid of our support teams. 

Do I need to purchase any software to take a program?

All of the tools required to complete our programs successfully are included in the tuition.

I’m interested in multiple programs, and I don’t know which is the right fit. Who can help?

Our admissions directors are here to help you with these tough questions. After you submit an application to any of our programs, our team of admissions directors would like to schedule a call with you to make sure you're a good fit for the program, but also help you find the right program for your career goals. 

Fill out an application to any of our programs, and we’ll help you with these questions.

Is this program really offered by the University of New Hampshire?

Yes, this program is offered by the University of New Hampshire and is powered by Springboard, an online-first global education provider.


Through UNH, this partnership creates the opportunity for learners to build and advance their technical skills while earning a professional certificate of completion from UNH.

Don’t see your question here? Contact us!

Our Admissions Managers can help you decide if an online bootcamp is the right course for you.


Reach out at unh@career-bootcamp.com.

UI/UX Design Bootcamp
How long does this course take?

Most students will complete the UI/UX Design Bootcamp in 9 months, devoting 10 hours/week. You should expect to take the full 9 months, but can aim to complete in less time if you are:

  • Highly proficient in design thinking

  • Ready to devote more time per week to complete the curriculum materials

  • Driven and disciplined with managing your study schedule

How does the admissions process work?

We are invested in helping you reach your career goals. Part of that commitment is making sure you know where to start, and which course is best to get you there.

The application process for the UI/UX Design Bootcamp is designed to evaluate a baseline of visual skills, analytical thinking, and the ability to empathize with users to synthesize and generate ideas. We're not looking for perfect answers—you're not a UI/UX design pro yet! We want to get a better sense of your instincts in each area.

Students must also demonstrate English fluency, as determined by initial interactions with the Admissions team.

In three simple steps, you can start your journey to a UI/UX Design career.

  1. Submit your application: Fill out our application to get started. There is no application fee. It takes about a minute. You should expect a reply in 2-3 business days.

  2. Fit Interview: Our admissions team requires an interview to establish a baseline of visual skills, analytical thinking, and the ability to empathize with users to synthesize and generate ideas.

  3. Reserve your spot: If you pass the fit interview, we will send you a registration link. Choose the start date and payment plan that works for you (we can help!).

Join the program: You'll be one of the select few applicants to secure a spot in the UI/UX Design Bootcamp. Congratulations!

How do the tuition payments work?

There are 3 payment options. Our two standard payment plans are:

Monthly Plan: You pay $1,550 per month, only for the months you're enrolled (most students complete within 9 months).

Upfront payment: You pay $12,500 upfront for 9 months. This is a 10% discount on the monthly plan.

Climb Credit loan*: Available by application to qualifying US citizens and permanent residents. If you are not a US citizen or permanent resident, you can still apply for financing with a fully qualifying co-borrower who is a citizen or permanent resident—as long as you both have a US address.

If approved, you pay a $500 deposit to confirm your seat. You can finance the remainder through a loan. You’ll make small interest-only payments, $82 - $165, for the first 9 months. After that, you will pay 33 monthly payments ranging from $472 - $518.

Note: All charges will be in USD (based on the above prices).

If you reside outside the U.S., this might carry an additional transaction fee, depending on the bank you use. We display prices in your local currency to give you an estimate of how much you will pay based on prevailing exchange rates, excluding transaction fees.

*Please note: Lending might not be available in all 50 states - click here for the current full lending list.

I need help with payments. Do you offer financing?

Yes! Finance your tuition with a loan from our partner Climb Credit. If approved, you can start by paying as little as $82 - $165 per month.

How soon can I find a job?

The final module of the course focuses on career components. In this module, you'll work 1:1 with your career coach to create a successful job search strategy, build your network, craft a UI/UX design resume and LinkedIn profile, practice mock technical and behavioral interviews, debrief after actual job interviews, and negotiate your salary. We expect you can land a job as a UI/UX designer within six months of course graduation.

What are the prerequisites for admission?

All backgrounds are welcome as long as you can demonstrate strong visual, creativity, and communication skills (which are critical on a cross-functional design team).

Applied Machine Learning
I need help with payments for the Applied Machine Learning Bootcamp. Do you offer financing?

Yes, we have a financing option available for the Applied Machine Learning Bootcamp! Students can apply for a loan with our partner Climb Credit* [LINK HERE], and if approved, use it to pay for tuition. Learn about the application process on Climb Credit’s website here.

*Lending might not be available in all 50 states - click here for the current full lending list.

What is included in the course tuition?
  • 500-600 hour curriculum of technical and career materials curated by industry experts.

  • Weekly 1-1 video calls with your personal mentor.

  • Access to an exclusive community of mentors, career coaches, and peers.

  • Dedicated community managers to answer questions and give feedback on projects within a day.

  • Personalized feedback to help you polish your resume, portfolio, and social profiles.

  • 1-on-1 sessions with a data science career coach to personalize your pitch and job-search strategy.

  • Lots of interview practice via 1-on-1 mock interviews (behavioral and technical).

  • Exclusive access to an employer network.

  • All taxes and fees.

How many hours of work will it be?

The Applied Machine Learning Bootcamp is a 500-600 hour course. Most students complete the course in 6 months, working 15-20 hours per week.

You should expect to take the full 6 months, but can aim to complete in less time if you are: highly proficient in Python and Statistics; are ready to devote more time per week to complete the curriculum materials; and are driven and disciplined with managing your study schedule.


How do I earn a certificate of completion?

You will receive a certificate of completion from UNH on graduating. We also have integration with LinkedIn, so you can display a verified certificate on your LinkedIn profile.

Are there any prerequisites for this course?

This bootcamp was designed for those with prior experience in statistics and programming, such as software developers, analysts, and finance professionals. All professional and academic backgrounds are welcome.

No prior coding experience is required, but to be successful, we recommend that students are already proficient in high-school-level mathematics and are eager to learn more advanced concepts where necessary

If you don’t have this background when joining the course, don’t worry! We’ve included a short addition to the program, which includes mentorship and support, that gives you time to learn the fundamentals before diving into the material at no extra cost. All you need to do is speak with an admissions director, and they’ll help you with the next steps.


How does the admissions process work?

Spots are limited and we accept candidates on a rolling basis. We have a multi-step application process. The first step involves completing a quick application form so we can contact you. This is followed by a brief phone interview, and a skills challenge - to determine your starting point in the program.

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