The University of Manchester Coding Boot Camp

Whether you’re currently employed, studying or returning to work, The University of Manchester Coding Boot Camp, in collaboration with Trilogy Education Services, will provide you with the skills to boost your career prospects, in a convenient part-time course designed to fit alongside other commitments.

You’ll learn the skills needed to excel in web development and coding in an engaging boot camp format. The course offers dynamic hands-on sessions that cover the most market-driven skills, through an engaging classroom learning environment.

You’re also supported with extensive career services, including technical interviews, one-to-one coaching and more, both during the course and post-completion.

The Coding Boot Camp – open to all

The Coding Boot Camp has helped individuals from many careers and backgrounds move into a new career path. Boot camp style teaching is an established and successful learning format in the US, Canada, Australia and other parts of Europe. 

Learners come from all walks of life – hear some of their stories:

Here at the University, we are delighted to be one of the first institutions in the UK to offer this programme in collaboration with Trilogy Education Services.

Why study coding with Manchester?

Where better to study coding than at The University of Manchester – the birthplace of modern computing and home of the world’s first stored-program computer, ‘The Baby’, which was built here in June 1948.

The course will be hosted in the Kilburn Building, home to the first university department of Computer Science (in 1964) and a world-leading pioneer in software and hardware research.

Following on with its rich history in firsts, The University of Manchester is the exclusive provider of this course across the north-west region of the UK. 

Participants who successfully complete the programme will receive a certificate of completion from The University of Manchester and a robust portfolio of web applications to showcase their skills to potential employers.

*TechNation Report 2017
**British Chamber of Commerce study