Our timetable is Monday-Friday 9:30-6:30. You should expect to spend around 55-60 hours a week on the course.
Our course is full time and onsite in our central London office.
There will be weekend work for our students to do. We highly discourage trying to work even part time during the course.
Here is how some Makers described the course workload during a Q&A session:
Question: People say the course is intense and tiring. How much work do you take home?
Florence: It is tiring mentally but that’s why they have the yoga classes, so you can step away. For me personally I leave around six o’clock every day and I make sure I leave the work here. At the weekend it’s different because there are weekend challenges and you choose to complete as much as you want. It’s up to you.
Chase: For me it’s the same. I left the work here, by six o’clock you’ve taken on so much information it’s not worth trying to cram more in there. On weekends I did a lot of work maybe two full-time days but that was my choice.
Ben: One thing they teach here is meditation. It might sound a bit out-there but by the time you get to two o’clock you really just need a mechanism to clear your thoughts. The meditation techniques I would highly recommend. I was sceptical at the beginning but my concentration sky -rocketed after two, three weeks of doing it. It’s great. “Take a break” is something that’s been drummed into my head. Take a break, play ping pong, meditate and go back.