Learn to code in the comfort of your own home, with the help of our expert tutors, and change your career in as little as 24 weeks.
Our next course commences on the 18th January 2022.
Prices start from £5,495 or £116.48 a month.
For completeness we publish student outcomes 3 months after every cohort graduation date. Unlike many other coding schools, these figures are made up wholly of external hires - we don't hire students internally to boost our employment figures.
of students from our November 2020 cohort found employment within 3 months of finishing their course
of students from our September 2020 cohort found employment within 6 months of finishing their course
Learn to code around your schedule
Our classes run in the evenings with an optional Saturday session. Our cohorts alternate between Monday and Wednesday, and Tuesday and Thursday schedules, offering additional flexibility.
A curriculum years in the making
The BOOTCAMP curriculum is tailored towards complete beginners, and has been in development for over 4 years - longer than any other curriculum of its kind. Our team continue to refine, update and add develop it further, based on student and industry feedback.
Tooling and workflow
Gain an understanding of the tools needed to get started with software development and how to install them, so that you are ready to hit the ground running.
Learn how to navigate files and folders programmatically using a tool called the Command Line - a best practice allowing you to work much more efficiently as a Software Engineer.
Git and GitHub
Keep track of changes in your code using Git. You can then store these changes online on GitHub, allowing other developers to collaborate on your work.
HTML, CSS and DOM manipulation
Financing your studies
We offer our own interest-free finance option, and we’ve also partnered with Coursebud to offer longer term financing for your course fees and living costs.
Interest Free Finance
Pay your course fees in up to 12 monthly installments at 0% APR.
Repay over 5 years
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If you borrow £4,500 at 0% APR over 12 months, you would make 12 monthly repayments of £375. The total amount repayable is £4,500. Interest rate of 0% (fixed) per annum and a fee of £0.
Live lectures. Face-to face support.
Our lectures are delivered live online, which means if you want your tutor to explain something more clearly or you have a question, all you need to do is ask (or raise a virtual hand). You can also rest assured - because our classes are live - that you are being taught the most up to date practices. We record each lesson, so don't worry if you can't make it every time!
After each lecture, our teaching team will be on hand to assist you whilst you work through our curriculum, and you'll have the company of your cohort in our online classroom.
Refined curriculum. Bespoke platform.
No other institution has operated a part-time course for as long as we have - we've been iterating on our curriculum based on student feedback and industry demand for 4 years, and we continue to do so.
Our learning materials are accessible on our custom built learning platform. Here you can also keep track of your progress, share helpful resources with your peers and participate in daily code challenges.
Meet our expert teaching team.
Our teaching team comprises of module leads, tutors and mentors. They all have a wealth of experience in the field, and are passionate about helping others to succeed.
£500 off for eligible applicants.
We aim to make our cohorts as diverse and balanced as possible, and we regularly review our performance in this regard. Until recently our Diversity Grant Fund had only covered people identifying as women or non-binary, but we have now extended it to cover other underrepresented groups in the industry.
Therefore, if you identify as a woman or non-binary, are from a Black, Asian or minority ethnic background, or you have a disability, then you are eligible for a £500 discount on the tuition fee. This will be deducted from your total balance upon enrolment.
These are just some of the final projects that our students have completed in their groups.
Carbon-Lo, an app created by MCR Codes students Jenny, Jen & Paul from the September 2020 cohort.
Race Challenge, an app created by MCR Codes students Scott, Dario & Lucy from the September 2020 cohort.
NBRLY, an app created by MCR Codes students Hal, Anna & Robin from the September 2020 cohort.
What's in your cupboard?
What's in your cupboard?, an app created by MCR Codes students Shona, Alex, James & Jasmin from the September 2020 cohort.
Frequently Asked Questions
We recommend you dedicate a minimum of 20 hours a week to the course (including class time). This recommendation is intended to get you ready for employment in the tech industry after course completion. From our experience, students that don't commit to these hours take longer to find employment after the course.
Yes. The course is designed to fit around the 9 to 5 with evening and weekend sessions - the majority of our students study alongside full time jobs and are able to cope with the demands of the course - even more so with remote working as people have more time free to study.
If you think you might struggle then you might want to consider strategically booking your annual leave to allow for extra study time every so often (take a day off every 2 or 3 weeks!) or asking your employer for unpaid leave/annual leave purchase or a temporary reduction in hours in order to give yourself some buffer. However, many of our students manage to commit to the schedule once they get going.
We also have an optional Saturday drop-in session on all course dates, which runs 10:00-16:00. This is a session designed for extra support and you can join and leave the session any time during the set hours. If for any reason you aren't able to make one of the weekday sessions then this is a great opportunity to catch up.
Before you are able to take this course, you will need to take our free Introduction to Programming course. This should take you around 25 hours, and should give you a good idea if programming is for you. You don't need any additional coding knowledge and complete beginners are welcomed.
Note that you can still enrol onto Software Engineer FastTrack without completing our Introduction to Programming course, but you will still need to complete this prior to your chosen cohort start date.
In addition, you will need to be fluent in the English language, and we recommend you have a GCSE (or equivalent) in Maths and English - grade C or above - though this isn't mandatory and if you have a good understanding of the English language and are comfortable with basic numeracy concepts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, calculating percentages, dealing with decimals, simple problem solving etc.) then you shouldn't have any issues on the course.
Yes. This course is 100% online, but in a virtual classroom environment, so you are supported by our teaching team. We have years of experience teaching in a classroom environment, and have replicated this experience online with interactive lectures, virtual classrooms and remote 121 support.
We recommend you have a computer with at least a 13 inch display and 8GB RAM. It is a little bit easier to participate on the course if you are running Mac OS X or Linux, but Windows users should still get on okay.
As the course is fully online, you will also need a webcam and a microphone if this isn't built into your computer. Most modern laptops have these built in, but if yours doesn't then there are external ones available to buy.
Yes. At the end of the course you will have at least 10 projects on your own personal GitHub account that you can present to employers. This is the standard approach for Software Engineer portfolios and will put you in good stead when it comes to landing your first role in software development.
Many of our students go on into careers in software development with roles including:
You aren't limited to these roles however - the experience can benefit other roles in the tech industry such as project management, account management, user experience (UX) etc. and we have seen some of our students go into these kind of roles.
Others use the knowledge gained in the course to add technical capability to their businesses, to start new a new business, or to progress further with their current employers. Whichever avenue you decide to take, we can support you on the way.
Move in the right direction
Our next cohort commences on Tuesday 18th January 2022