Coding schools General Assembly and Alpha Camp said they are planning to stay put. Both are part of the Infocomm Media Development Authority's Tech Immersion and Placement Programme.
Ms Aziza Sheerin, the Singapore regional director of US-based school General Assembly, said demand for its courses has been healthy.
The school started running courses here in July 2015. Last October, the school also expanded its campus from a co-working space in Tanjong Pagar to a 5,500 sq ft space in Orchard, she said.
Alpha Camp, a technology and start-up school from Taiwan, has been running part-time courses here since 2015 and began full-time courses last October.
Founder Bernard Chan said he believes in the long-term potential of the market. "Singapore also attracts potential trainees from the region because of its reputation," he added.
Hackwagon will start running courses next month.