img Minas Gerais, Brazil
51 - 200 employees

For students or professionals who want to improve their lives and build a career in technology, Trybe is the school of the future focused on the digital professions most in demand in the job market, starting with software development. At Trybe students only pay when they get a good job. For this, we invest in our students with the best online and offline teaching practices, combining project-based methodology, complete experience of the work environment and curriculum designed in partnership with the best technology professionals in the world and the most loved companies to work for. . In addition, we have been actively working since the beginning of the program to prepare and connect our students with our partner companies.

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