Specialise at Master's level in Software Engineering Automotive & Mobility Ecosystems (SEA:ME) in 1 year - for free.

Shaping the Future of mobility, together.

Join the first cohort starting in July 2023 in Wolfsburg.

SEA:ME is an Open Educational Resource (OER) curriculum and repository for training specialists in Code-driven Mobility, Autonomous Mobility, and future Mobility Ecosystems, developed by partners and fellows of the Coding School 42 Wolfsburg.

Learn the skills that will power the vehicles of tomorrow.


The vehicle of the future will listen to you, talk to you, know your favourite routes, music, and temperature settings. It will make sure you are driving safely, comfortably, and sustainably. It will be in constant communication with apps, maps, sensors, and mobility platforms. The vehicle of the future will be running on code. 

We are training the software developers who will write that code. With the support of experts from companies such as Volkswagen and Microsoft, as well as academics from institutions such as University of Bonn, Ostfalia, TU Berlin, TU Munich, we have developed a Master’s-level tuition-free program for coders who wish to become automotive & mobility software experts. 


Master the latest tools and technologies and build innovative solutions in our state-of-the-art lab in Wolfsburg.


No professors, no lectures. We believe that (tech) education works best when students teach and learn from each other.


Tackle real-world problems and challenges and work on advanced projects, developed by leading academic & industry experts.


The SEA:ME curriculum is split into 3 anchor modules: Distributed and Embedded Systems, Autonomous Driving Systems and Mobility Ecosystems

Join our very first cohort in July 2023!

Become part of an international community at the heart of Wolfsburg - the European capital of mobility.

"In making this commitment to 42 Wolfsburg, we are supporting innovative forms of learning and the next generation of digital experts, who will then also help shape the future of mobility at Volkswagen."

— Gunnar Kilian,
Member of the Board of Management HR and Truck & Bus at Volkswagen AG

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