Springboard and Flatiron School both offer a variety of courses designed to help students find a job in everything from data science to design. Both bootcamp providers pride themselves on their programs’ ultimate results in helping students kickstart a new career. However, there are a number of key differences between Springboard and Flatiron School.
Springboard offers both bootcamps and prep courses in data science, data analytics, cybersecurity, UI/UX design, software engineering, and tech sales.
Flatiron offers online and in-person courses in product design, cybersecurity, software engineering, and data science.
Springboard Career Tracks cost between $5,500 and $10,000 for students who pay upfront. They also have a range of intro and prep courses at $349 - $490.
Flatiron School’s campus-based, full-time programs are priced at $17,000 upfront and the price of their online programs drops to $15,000.
Job-qualified students from Springboard report an average salary increase of $22,000 in their first job after completing their course. 53% of job-qualified students receive an offer prior to graduating, 85% within four months of graduating, and over 93% within 12 months of graduation.
According to Flatiron School’s 2019 Jobs Report, graduates of on-campus courses showcase an employment rate of 93% during the reporting period and an average starting salary of $76,000.
Graduates of online courses have had an employment rate of 93% and an average starting salary of $72,000 for full-time salaried roles.