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VIVA announces opening of ‘The VIVA Coded Academy’
August 1, 2015, 12:56 pm

VIVA, Kuwait's fastest-growing and most developed telecom operator, announced the opening of ‘The VIVA Coded Academy’, in cooperation with ‘Coding Campus’ one of the most highly renowned coding schools in the United States. ‘The VIVA Coded Academy’ will be the first coding school of its kind in Kuwait and the entire GCC and will offer highly rigorous and challenging programs to students looking to their software engineering and programming skills (‘coding’)

The aim and mission of ‘The VIVA Coded Academy’ is to cultivate and develop the next generation of world-class programmers in the region. VIVA’s sponsorship of this program stems from its belief in investing in the intellectual capabilities of young men and women in Kuwait. Supporting such initiatives is part of VIVA’s relentless efforts to empower youth in Kuwait with the tools they require to build their dreams.

The first program to be offered by ‘The VIVA Coded Academy’ will be an intensive one; it will teach full-stack web development (the fundamental skillset for any programmer). The Academy program aims to turn beginners with no coding experience into junior level professional programmers. The course will be 8 weeks long, and will be from 26 July to 24 September (every weekday from 9 am to 5pm).

To ensure that students receive a world-class education, The VIVA Coded Academy has affiliated itself with ‘Coding Campus’, one of the most highly renowned coding schools in the United States. The curriculum and instructor for The VIVA Coded Academy’s summer bootcamp will be provided by Coding Campus.

More information on the course and on ‘The VIVA Coded Academy’ can be found on and @JoinCoded on Instagram. Any information can be found by visiting any of VIVA’s 69 branches, authorized distributors, the company’s website at or contact its 24 hour call center at 102. 

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