Could this be the start of something amazing?

Our full-time course will help launch your software engineering career in 12 weeks. At Makers, we are enthusiastic about transforming you into the next generation of skilled and talented tech workers, ready for the new normal.

Why train to become a Software Developer?

Salary and progression

As a junior developer you are able to earn a competitive salary straight away. We’ve found that our junior developers start at the high end of the salary scale at £30k-£35k in their first role. We have also seen a 65% promotion rate to mid-level developers in 2 years, causing their salary to rise to £45k.

Your journey is your own

The environment you’ll work in as a Software Developer will be forever evolving. Once you’ve learned the basics at our bootcamp you will have the ability to grow and learn many more programming languages to make your career what you want it to be. From Tech to finance or permanent to contractor, your future is in your hands.

You’re not alone

Within this role you will work as part of a team to think creatively and solve complex problems, share your knowledge and ideas and expand your understanding of best practice, as well as how systems work to ensure you achieve the best end product. Image the ability to continuously learn from more experienced software developers and engineers in an environment the encourages development, learning and growth.


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Meet our developers:

Funmi Adewodu, Starling Bank

“The​ ​whole​ ​Makers​ ​experience​ ​was​ ​amazing​ ​and​ ​completely​ ​life​ ​changing.​ ​It​ ​has been​ ​the​ ​best​ ​form​ ​of​ ​education​ ​I​ ​have​ ​ever​ ​been​ ​through.​ The emotional​ ​intelligence​ ​curriculum​ ​at​ ​Makers​ ​also​ ​gave​ ​me​ ​a​ ​sense​ ​of​ ​self​-​awareness that​ ​I​ ​never​ ​really​ ​had​ ​before​ ​the​ ​course.”

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Dominic Vernon, Deloitte UK

“At Makers, you’re encouraged to be active in your own learning rather than have it passively given to you. To learn a language you need to be immersed in a culture… you can’t just do it three hours a week. You need to really get to grips with it. You need to just get stuck in and not be afraid to get things rolling or to try do things differently.”

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Jennifer Shepherd, Financial Times

“There’s been a lot to learn but I’m already impressed that I’m encountering challenges, working to overcome them and moving on to the next area quite quickly. It can be daunting. I like that the Makers ethos is about learning plenty, getting stuck, working out how to get unstuck and then working hard to move forward.”

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Dania Mah, Freelancer

“Makers provided an incredible 12 weeks that kickstarted me to dig into tech and find its fit with the world of design. It was a personalized experience that builds the developer’s habits of being constantly curious and focused on your learning. It was a crazy roller coaster I thought I wouldn’t get through but Makers teaches you that any situation will always work out no matter how impossible things may seem.”

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