A campus for the digital economy
The CODE campus is a unique place for young talents to bring their ideas to life.
Have you ever heard about a university being integrated into a community space and surrounded by hundreds of entrepreneurs, successful startups and inspiring digital pioneers?
As a student at CODE, you will be part of a curated community that brings together the best and brightest who are passionate about creating the world of tomorrow.
There is no better place than a community space for a university like CODE.Thomas Bachem, Chancelor of CODE
Unlike a typical university, CODE will be located inside one of the largest startup campuses in Europe – the Factory Berlin.
As an enrolled student, you will be a member of this community (we pay your monthly membership fee) and gain access to an inspiring work environment and exclusive events.
No matter whether you feel like working in the library, on the terrace in the sun or in one of the bookable meeting rooms to find some privacy: You can work from wherever you like.
On five floors, Factory Görlitzer Park is the size of almost three American football fields. The whole building will blow your mind. Several architects and a great interior design team spent months to build this unique place. We promise: You will love it!
Factory Berlin has established partnerships with some of the most pioneering companies and enterprises in the hi-tech industry such as Twitter, Uber and Pinterest – not to forget the Digital Hub Initiative for IoT and FinTech.
Breathe in, breathe out – and experience all the different sites of the building. We cannot really explain it: you have to see it with your own eyes. Decide for yourself: Is it going to be meditation and yoga to find your inner balance or rather a visit to the fully equipped cinema?
There are a lot of interesting opportunities to meet us in person and to understand who we are and what we dream of.
The Code+Design Initiative was founded by the team of CODE to provide young people aged between 15 and 20 with the opportunity to find out more about coding or designing.
As soon as our campus will be ready, we will have quite a few open door days – come and visit us and find out what CODE will look like, meet the professors and staff and enjoy the City of Berlin.
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The founding team will be present at several events within the next months. Here are the next dates:
At CODE, you will have ample opportunities to question your prejudices. In discussions, we value ideas over hierarchy. That does not mean your ideas won’t get challenged, however. Prepare yourself for intense debates. In the end, the best idea wins – no matter if it came from a student, a professor or a big-shot CEO.
CODE is a place to learn, support, evolve and make mistakes. What is most important is your willingness to give it your all. If you are intimidated because you perceive the industry as male-dominated, there is no better place to meet other motivated women who had the same reservations and did it anyway! If you are interested in and passionate about what CODE has to offer, take the plunge.Sarah Kurten is going to start her studies in October.
We are dedicated to teaming up with best-in-class players to focus on the most relevant technologies and give our students the opportunity to learn concrete and applicable skills through challenging projects.
At CODE, we value soft and social skills as much as the capability to use cutting-edge technologies. People are the key, and we empower our students how to be team players.
Our students and partners are encouraged to meet in regular and constructive meet-ups and on even more classical occasions (like e.g job fairs or in internships).
Let’s talk! We have quite some great options and ideas to offer.
Looking forward to hearing from you!