CodeClan outcomes 2015-2020

Get insight into our graduates' careers and employment outcomes

Training at CodeClan has been a life-changing decision for thousands of our students. This outcomes report has been researched and compiled to give you access to data around those decisions and their outcomes. 

1789 people completed CodeClan courses between 2015 and 2020, including 1107 immersive course graduates and 682 short course graduates. 

This report will help you make an informed decision about your training by understanding the scale of the impact that CodeClan’s Professional Software Development and Professional Data Analysis courses has had on our students’ careers.

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Professional Software Development outcomes

These outcome figures relate to CodeClan’s Professional Software Development course, designed to give you the knowledge, confidence and skills to launch a career as a software developer. This information is based on CodeClan students on this course who graduated between 2015 and the end of 2020.

1,062

Software development graduates

This is the total number of graduates from our Professional Software Development course from  2015 to the last students to graduate in 2020.

97%

Course completion rate

In total, 1099 students started the course between 2015 and 2020. Of that number, 1,062 finished it, which is 97% of all students. 

84%

Job placement rate (2015-2020)

This is the percent of all graduates between 2015 and 2020 who gained relevant employment after completing the course. We have only reported those we know about. Sources for this data include CodeClan’s placement records, information given directly from graduates and LinkedIn. 

73%

Job placement rate (2020 only)

This is the placement rate for any CodeClan software development graduates who finished their course during 2020 alone. Bear in mind that this figure is from a pandemic year.

Time to employment

Of the 84% of our graduates who found relevant work after CodeClan, the time it took them to find a job after completing CodeClan is as follows:

A bar chart with four bars show the average time it takes for CodeClan Software Development graduates to find a job: 40% within one month; around 35% in two to three months; around 20% within 4 to 6 months and roughly 10% in more than 6 months.

£25,032

Average CodeClan graduate starting salary

This is the average starting salary for CodeClan graduates from the Professional Software Development course. This figure is based only on the starting salaries where we have exact data, 56.12% of graduates up to the end of 2020.

£45,493

Average base pay for UK Software Developers

This is the average Software Developer salary in the UK. This is not CodeClan data, but was retrieved from Reed.co.uk on 8th June 2021, based on a sample size of 2360 salaries. 

Emma, a CodeClan software development graduate

“I gained so much more knowledge than I thought I would”

– Emma, Professional Software Development graduate

David, a CodeClan Software Development Graduate

“Sometimes I lack confidence in my abilities, however I now see that I’m able to achieve new things.

– David, Professional Software Development graduate

Amy, a CodeClan Software Development graduate

“My classmates and instructors were incredibly supportive.”

– Amy, Professional Software Development graduate

Professional Data Analysis outcomes

These outcome figures relate to CodeClan’s Professional Data Analysis course, designed to give you the skills and knowledge to become a professional data analyst. The information is based on CodeClan students on this course from the first graduating cohort in 2019 to those who graduated before the end of 2020.

45

Data analysis graduates

This is the total number of graduates from our Professional Data Analysis course from 2019 up to the last students to graduate in 2020.

100%*

Course completion rate

In total, 45 students started the course between 2019 and 2020. Of that number, 45 finished it, which is 100% of all students! *This figure drops to 93% when the first three months of 2021 are taken into account.

84%

Job placement rate (2015-2020)

This is the percent of all 45 CodeClan Professional Data Analysis graduates up to 2020 who gained relevant employment after completing the course.  Sources for this data include CodeClan’s placement records, information given directly from graduates and LinkedIn. 

83%

Job placement rate (2020 only)

This is the placement rate for any CodeClan Professional Data Analysis graduates who finished their course during 2020 alone. Not bad for a pandemic year!

Time to employment

Of the 84% of Professional Data Analysis graduates who found relevant work after CodeClan, the time it took them to find a job after completing the course was as follows:

A bar chart with four bars showing the average time it takes for CodeClan Data Analysis graduates to find a job: 30% within one month; around 35% in two to three months; around 28% within 4 to 6 months and roughly 12% more in than 6 months.

£29,181

Average CodeClan graduate starting salary

This is the average starting salary for CodeClan graduates from the Professional Data Analysis course. This figure is based only on the starting salaries where we have exact data, which is 18% of all graduates up to the end of 2020.

£36,655 - Data Analysts

£46,714 - Business Analysts

£58,631 - Data Scientists

These are average data related salaries in the UK. This is not CodeClan data, but was retrieved from Reed.co.uk on 10th June 2021, based on a combined sample size of 5519 salaries. 

Jonathan, a CodeClan data analysis graduate

“It doesn’t matter how much experience you have with a computer, anyone can learn. I’m amazed at what I can do now.”

– Jonathan, Professional Data Analysis graduate

Elly, a CodeClan data analysis graduate

“I loved my experience at CodeClan. The course content was great and the instructors were lovely and supportive.”

– Elly, Professional Data Analysis graduate

Ric, a CodeClan data analysis graduate

“The learning support function went above and beyond to help me help myself. It has changed the way I approach any kind of task.”

– Ric, Professional Data Analysis graduate

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