vNext - a fellowship at Algolab that

  • Helps engineers level up to get new jobs and promotions in big tech
  • By building targetted and relevant technical and communication competencies
  • Where everybody is aligned towards the same goal: leveling up technical and soft skills with a focus on landing exciting opportunities, getting fulfilling jobs
  • Coached and mentored by ex-FAANG engineers and experts from the industry
  • Where the focus is on efficiently building skills and best practices
  • A community to build long-lasting relationships
  • Full-year access to content, support, and partnerships from industry experts to help you land your next job


  • Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Distributed Systems and Architecture
  • Behavioral Interviews Prep and Best Practices
  • Resume, Linkedin, Networking, and Getting Interviews
  • On-going Hands-on Technical Workshops
  • Mock Interviews
  • Salary Negotiations

The following cohort-based courses are included in the vNext fellowship.

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The next cohort starting on March 1st

Frequently Asked Questions

What is cohort-based learning?

Cohort-based learning is a type of learning model in which students progress together through a course or program of study, receiving instruction and guidance from faculty, coaches, or mentors. In this model, the students are kept in small groups and typically remain together in the same group for the duration of the program. The emphasis of this type of learning is on peer-to-peer learning, sharing perspectives, and developing meaningful relationships.

Can I get a refund if I'm not satisfied?

We strive to create a quality learning experience for our participants. If within the first 15 days of your cohort, you are not satisfied and would like to request a refund, please contact us promptly by email. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our refund policy, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Will recordings of lessons be available for future reference?

You will have lifetime access to all recorded classes.

What are the coding prerequisites?

You should have command over one programming language and have learned basic algorithms. And you can code basic programming tasks easily. We do not teach basic programming. We work on advanced algorithms and topics.

Are there any other prerequisites?

To increase your chances of success in this cohort, it is recommended that you possess a minimum of one year of software engineering experience.

Will there be a class every day?

The live classes will occur on weekdays in the following time windows.

9:00 am to 10:30 am Pacific Times

6:00 pm to 8:30 pm Pacific Times

When is the cohort starting?

The next cohort is starting on March 1st.