Our current funding options include fully-funded places for this course.
Learn to code through our immersive software development course. Get the skills to change career through hands-on, interactive learning, career preparation and more.
“It’s a brilliant rush for me when I’m able to do a piece of work, and I get it checked in and I can see it working. And I can say ‘I did that’.”
Kirsty, CodeClan graduate & Software Developer
Our curriculum is designed by industry experts and is delivered in a hands-on immersive style. We’re continually evolving our course to match the skill needs of employers across Scotland.
Impress employers with a portfolio of web application projects. Put your technical skills into practice using the languages, tools and methodologies learned throughout the course.
Enhance your CV by earning a Professional Development Award in Software Development – an internationally recognised stamp of approval.
Boost your employment opportunities through industry insights, CV workshops, careers week and more.
Get to grips with the essential tools, methodologies and best practices of a developer. We’ll teach you how to set up your development environment, write code that is clean and understandable, use object-oriented programming, user experience design, test driven development and Agile practices to develop well-functioning products.
Learn by doing. Through a mixture of code-along lessons, labs and project work you’ll get experience using the most in-demand technologies used by employers across Scotland.
Build a web application from the ground up. Get hands-on with server side applications with API development and databases.
At the heart of every successful development team is effective communication and collaboration. Whether remote or in person, you’ll learn the art of pair programming, stand-ups, how to run sprints and present your end product to an audience.
From pre-course work to hands-on learning and careers support, our course is designed to get you from A to B as smoothly as possible.
If you’ve already dabbled in coding (and loved it) we want to hear from you! Not given it a go yet? Before you apply, we recommend giving some free online tutorials a go to see if programming is for you.
Looking for a new challenge? Most of our students are between the ages of 22 – 60 years old and come with previous career experience in sectors such as finance, education, engineering, retail and many more.
You don’t need to be a mathematician or have any previous technical experience. All you need is a willingness to learn, a passion for technology and to think like a problem solver.
CodeClan’s team of more than 30 instructors has a wealth of experience in both teaching and industry and will be on-hand throughout your day to guide your through new technologies and concepts, answer your questions and keep your learning on track.
“The most satisfying part of the student journey is when you find the point where students start to explore the software libraries and frameworks to find other things that they can do or use. It’s great seeing them being able to research and understand new concepts using the building blocks we have provided.”
“You’ll build actual applications, present them, and talk through the code. We teach this because it’s valued in the workplace, so when you go into the workplace you’ll be more comfortable getting your hands dirty than someone who hasn’t had that practical experience.”
At CodeClan, we not only prepare you to work in professional software development, we also train you in many of the skills needed to find your first role. Our aim is to help you to find a new job that is a great fit for you and the organisation.
Our Careers Service team holds workshops on how to develop a CV that hiring specialists will love, and run mock interviews. We hold Industry Talks with our partners so you can better understand roles, responsibilities and culture.
CV & LinkedIn support
We have a large group of alumni across Scotland. Our Alumni Ambassadors organise events, socials and networking opportunities for students to broaden their network.
Many of our cohorts are in high demand, so we encourage you to apply as early as possible. You should aim to apply no later than one week before pre-course starts.
|Cohort & Location||Pre-course starts||Classes start||Graduation|
|E50 - Remote||24/05/2021||14/06/2021||01/10/2021|
|G26 - Remote||14/06/2021||05/07/2021||22/10/2021|
|E51 - Onsite: Edinburgh*||28/06/2021||19/07/2021||05/11/2021|
|G27 - Onsite: Glagsow*||09/08/2021||30/08/2021||17/12/2021|
|E52 - Remote||16/08/2021||06/09/2021||07/01/2022|
|E53 - Onsite: Edinburgh*||20/09/2021||11/10/2021||11/02/2022|
|G28 - Remote||04/10/2021||25/10/2021||25/02/2022|
|E54 - Remote||25/10/2021||15/11/2021||18/03/2022|
|G29 - Onsite: Glasgow*||29/11/2021||03/01/2022||22/04/2022|
* If government guidelines permit, this cohort will be delivered on campus. If government guidelines require, it will change to remote delivery.
Course price: £6,250. Fully funded places available.
A deposit of £750 is payable to secure your place once you are accepted, with the remaining fees due before the course begins.
Split your payment into four manageable chunks, first with a deposit of £750, and then three subsequent payments.
Your laptop must be a MacBook Pro with least 8GB RAM and comfortably run the latest operating system. If your laptop is older than 2014 please check with Admissions to see if it is suitable to use. If you would like to hire a laptop from CodeClan, there is a rental fee of £300.
Ready to take get started? Complete our online application to kick start the interview process. Many of our cohorts are in high demand, so we encourage you to apply as early as possible. You should aim to apply no later than one week before pre-course starts
* If government guidelines permit, these cohorts will be delivered on campus. If government guidelines require, they will change to remote delivery.