Application Process

At Skillspire, we strive to make our application process run as smoothly as possible so that you can get enrolled in the right course with no hiccups. You’ll receive assistance throughout the application process from the moment you reach out to us.
Application Process

How to Apply

Step 1
Get to know you

Once you reach out, our priority is to understand your career goals. If you’re unsure of which course(s) you want to take, we’ll discuss the right option for you so that you know what to expect prior to enrollment. Together, you and an advisor will assess your skills, goals, and educational background.

Step 2
Payment and scholarship eligibility

Skillspire offers eligibility-based financial scholarships as well as veteran benefits. Students have the option of paying a one-time fee or setting up a monthly payment plan.

Step 3

To begin your application process, you will need to submit the form on our Skillspire Application page here. After reviewing your form, you will sit down (either in-person or virtually) to discuss career pathways for yourself and sort out your desired method of payment.

Step 4

You’re ready to (en)roll! By this point, you’ll have a strong idea of what to expect in the course you have enrolled in. Prior to beginning your course, you will receive an email with a list of optional (but highly recommended!) pre-course work to complete which will prepare you for key concepts central to your course.

Frequently asked questions
Do I need programming experience for your courses?

No, a basic level of computer literacy and a motivation to learn is all you need for most of our courses.

Who should take your courses?

The course is designed for diverse backgrounds; If programming or tech is a career track you really want to pursue, you can sign-up for our courses whether you are software engineer, product/program manager, analyst, researcher, consultant, student etc.

How much time do I need to spend studying outside of the classroom?

It can vary depending on your unique background. However, it usually takes 1-15 hours/week outside of the classroom for homework and study time.

Will I be given a certificate after the completion of the course?

Yes, you will be given a certificate of completion for this course after you pass your final exam.

Do you accept GI Bill®?

Yes, please refer to our Veterans page for more details.

Ready to get started?

Book a call below and we can answer your questions and gide you through your opportunities or get started with your Application