For the third year, the programming campuses are among the top 10 most innovative universities in the world, ahead of prestigious institutions such as Princeton, Cambridge and Harvard. In addition, they once again top the ranking in ethical values, according to the Global Universities with Real Impact ranking.
42, the free programming campus, is ranked in the TOP 10 of the most innovative universities in the world, climbing positions compared to last year’s edition. If in 2022, 42 Campuses reached the eighth position in the world ranking, this year it climbs two places to sixth position and is also the first European institution in the ranking.
According to the WURI ranking, the 42 programming campuses reaffirm their position among the most innovative universities in the field of education, ahead of institutions such as Princeton, Harvard, Oxford and Cambridge.
In addition, for the third consecutive year, 42 has also achieved the first position in ethical values, for what it represents and transmits, ahead of such relevant and recognised institutions as University College London, Harvard, Columbia or Yale, according to the ranking of World Universities with Real Impact.
In 10 years, Project 42, born in Paris in 2013, has become an international benchmark in the free training of the profiles of the future in key digital skills demanded by the labour market: big data, cybersecurity, blockchain, video game development and artificial intelligence.
In Spain, the 42 project is promoted by our institution together with public-private partnerships. Currently, there are four 42 campuses in Madrid, Barcelona, Urduliz-Bizkaia and Malaga. These centres form part of the ’42 Network’, in which there are 47 campuses in 26 countries and more than 17,000 students.
42, much more than a campus to learn programming
42 is a philosophy, a revolution that comes to break with all the paradigms of education. At 42, students are the protagonists of their own learning (step by step and free of charge).
What makes the 42 programming campuses model different and disruptive?
? It is a completely disruptive learning method compared to the traditional educational model.
? They are programming campuses that open the door to peer-to-peer training, without teachers, books or classes.
? It is a completely free model, open to people over the age of 18 and with no prerequisites or prior knowledge.
? It is a model aimed at training students both in digital skills, the most in demand today, and in what are known as ‘soft skills’: resilience and adaptation to change, frustration tolerance, creativity and, above all, teamwork, among many others.
? 100% employability. An average of 8 job offers during training.
Our 42 campuses in Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga and Urduliz offer the necessary tools to face all the technological changes that any person faces throughout their career. At 42 you “learn to learn” by developing the ability to adapt and find solutions to problems based on current knowledge and tools.
Thanks to self-learning and peers. Its gamified methodology allows students to pass levels and acquire the technical and transversal skills that companies are demanding.
They not only learn programming, cybersecurity, design, blockchain, etc., but also communication, leadership, frustration tolerance, teamwork…