Code Institute is dedicated to bridging the tech skills gap, and the productivity gap between developers and non-technical professionals. Technology has permeated every industry creating a surge for technically skilled staff.
We are dedicated to creating a global standard for technical education.
We focus on practical workshops and projects. The output of each Bootcamp Stream is a project and by graduation – students will have enviable, fully stacked portfolios to dazzle employers with.
We believe social learning is the best kind. Through our mentoring, in class tutors or even your class network – you'll have a constant source of constructive feedback, tips and tricks.
Our project based learning model and collaborative culture assuring students of a practical learning experience.
We love coding and love teaching it. Our real reward comes from witnessing student eureka! moments as they work through the course.
The Industry Advisory Council (IAC) is a representative body, comprising industry employers, recruiters, academics, enterprise organisations, and startups. The group provides validation and guidance around the education and certification programs created by Code Institute. The aim is to ensure that the skills and expertise delivered through this training and accreditation meet the exacting demands of employers of software developers
“Code Institute are doing something unique, in terms of teaching people technologies that are very relevant. We’ve already hired someone from your last graduate intake and we hope to continue doing the same”
— James Ryan, Accenture | Technical Architect
The growing global ICT skills gap will create 22% boost in ICT jobs by 2020 and the tech talent pipeline is depleted.
Provide accredited and industry-validated Coding Bootcamps and enable non-tech professionals to understand technical concepts.
We provide a perfect infusion of industry and academia, having met Edinburgh Napier University's credit-rating academic standards.
The IAC is our panel of industry-leading experts who review and recommend syllabus improvements.