To prepare you for working in a real tech team, our curriculum is centred around learning to code by doing. We focus on Agile best practices like TDD and pair programming to set you up for the modern world of software engineering in the workplace.
Sam talks about our education philosophy at Makers, and what it takes to learn to code to become a successful software engineer. “The modern software engineering environment is a heavily collaborative environment.”
Please note that the office will be closed between 23 December 2019 and 5 January 2020.
Students learn in peer-to-peer environments facilitated by experienced facilitators
|Precourse Start||OnSite Start||Job Hunting Start|
|16 September 2019||14 October 2019||20 January 2020|
|14 October 2019||11 November 2019||17 February 2020|
|11 November 2019||9 December 2019||16 March 2020|
|9 December 2019||20 January 2020||14 April 2020|
|20 January 2020||17 February 2020||11 May 2020|
Earn £30k after 12 weeks. Looking for the fast and flexible route into software engineering? We run a new course every 4 weeks for those looking to learn to code and change their life now. With the freedom to build your final project in a new technology of your choice, you’ll leave the course with a packed portfolio and plenty of points on Stack Overflow. Together with our job offer guarantee, you’ll secure your dream job and hit the ground running at a company of your choice.
Earn £25k from day one. Our apprenticeships are the equivalent of foundation software engineering degrees. We don’t just teach you how to code. We teach you to think like problem-solvers, and give you the coding tools to construct solutions to almost any problem. You don’t need a maths degree, we don’t care about A-levels, you don’t need to have built your first computer before you could walk.