EPAM Academy
Mentoring Program

Eager to sharpen your engineering skills?

Are you a recent graduate or a student with limited coding experience? Then EPAM Academy – Mentoring program is the right place for you. Select an IT area (software development, software testing, UI, etc.) of interest and learn directly from experts in your chosen field.

What is EPAM Academy?

EPAM Academy – Mentoring program is our in-house training organization that allows you to learn from our senior experts, as well as other professional trainers. The program will give you the chance to acquire the right knowledge to become a professional software engineer.





Program details

  • Learn about the full stage of the enterprise software development lifecycle from architecture/design to delivery
  • Study agile approaches, TDD, code review, unit testing, integration testing, and documentation best practices
  • Learn ways to build high-quality code that meet the top industry standards
  • Be exposed to the latest technologies and methods of the industry
  • Unlock the secrets to learning quickly and developing expertise in highly complex applications and architectures.

Upcoming program

Our upcoming mentoring program will be dedicated to Java. During the 6-month mentoring period, you will be trained by a senior colleague at least twice a week, get access to EPAM's knowledge base and training materials, and contribute to the development of cutting-edge Java/JEE-based web applications. If you perform well, you might even receive an offer to join us as a full-time Junior Java Developer.

“Before I came here, I had never written anything in Java, so I was excited to write my first “Hello World” application. Not only did I do that, but I also became familiar with more complex higher-level technologies and frameworks.”

Marta, Junior Software Engineer

“I dreaded big team projects because every team had that one person who didn’t know quite as much and ended up slowing things down. It made simple projects drag on and it made complex projects a nightmare. After coming here, I look forward to large teams because everyone knows exactly what needs to be done and has the skills to do it.”

Balazs, Software Engineer