Full-Stack Web & App
Development Bootcamp
(part-time)

Become a Full-Stack Web & App Developer by studying in the evenings and on Saturdays!

Why take a 24-week part-time course?

Life can keep you busy – you may have a demanding job, or children to take care of, and sometimes taking 15 weeks off for a bootcamp is simply not feasible. If that’s your situation, don’t worry! Our part-time course offers you a complete educational package designed around a more flexible schedule.

The part-time Full-Stack Web & App Development course is for anyone who wishes to expand their skills by studying in the evenings and on Saturdays. Spread over 24 weeks, workshops are held on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 18:30 to 21:30, and on Saturdays from 9:00 to 18:00.

Within those 24 weeks you will learn the fundamentals of a broad range of web development technologies. Graduates of this class already in employment will gain a wealth of additional expertise, making them more than qualified for promotion.

If you want to change your career path entirely and become a Web Developer, we recommend continuing with the optional on-site phase at our campus in Berlin. Combining the part-time course with the campus stay extends the educational scope to a level similar to that of the full-time course.

Course objectives

Extend your skills in web development and prepare yourself for the next step in your career. 24 weeks long, with 3 evening workshops per week as well as a full day of teaching on Saturdays, you will receive a rigorous, thorough preparation on the most cutting-edge technologies.
Optionally, you can complement your course with a 3-week stay on our campus in Berlin. Here you can join the full-time students for a comprehensive educational experience.

Frontend:  
HTML5, CSS3, Vanilla Javascript (Fundamentals, DOM, OOP), React.js (Fundamentals, Hooks, Context), React Native

Backend:
Node.js, APIs (REST, GraphQL), Databases (SQL/NoSQL)

Tools:
Console, Git and GitHub, Mobile Development (React Native), Desktop Applications (Electron)

Best Practices:
UX/UI Fundamentals, SEO for developers, DevOps (Monitoring, CI/CD, Deployment), Software Testing, Agile Methodologies (Scrum), Project Management

An efficient part-time course with optional on-site phase

Live online learning | 24 weeks

For 24 weeks you will study remotely on our virtual learning platform together with your classmates – 3 evenings a week, and a full day of teaching every Saturday. Live and interactive coding classes led by professional instructors, workshops, team coding challenges and much more – and you decide whether to join from home, from your family retreat, or from your favorite neighborhood Cafe. Plus, access to our community lets you reach out to your mentors and other students at any time.

Optional: Learning in Berlin | 3 weeks

To complement and deepen the knowledge you have gained in the course, you can book a 3-week stay on our campus in Berlin – accommodation and meals included. Alongside the full-time program participants you will be introduced to new frameworks and libraries, while our personalised career coaching will equip you to enter the professional world of web development.

Get a detailed course overview

A typical week in the part-time course

  • Lecture: Your instructors will introduce new topics in live lectures as well as interactive coding sessions. 
  • Exercises: Solve predefined coding exercises yourself. This part will be carefully tailored to your personal progress.
  • Workshops: Work on your project to apply what you have learned and build your portfolio.
  • 1:1 Coaching session: Meet your instructors in a private session every Saturday and review topics that are especially relevant for you.

Your instructors and mentors

Learning software development on your own is tough. At WBS CODING SCHOOL you can count on the full support of your classmates and instructors. Each class has an assigned lead instructor and additional teaching assistants depending on the number of students. There is always someone to help you when you need it.

Entry requirements​

We believe everyone has to start somewhere. WBS CODING SCHOOL does not require applicants to have any previous coding experience, but we do expect a high base level of motivation, and a natural interest in solving technical challenges. Application is open to anyone aged 18 and above. You need to be available on evenings and Saturdays, and sufficiently proficient in English to follow the class and communicate reasonably smoothly.

How the application process works

Apply online

Check out our course calendar and choose the starting date that works best for you.

Coding challenge

Undergo a technical assessment test and show us your ability to learn.

Motivational interview

Once you have passed the coding challenge, we want to find out how we can help you achieve your goals.

Participation contract

If you convinced us, you’ll receive your participation contract and access to our Primer platform.

Course start

Finished your prepwork on the Primer platform? Now you have everything you need to get cracking!

Course Dates & Tuition

Starting DateDurationTuition 
November 23, 202024 weeks6.500 €Apply
February 1, 202124 weeks6.500 €Apply
April 6, 202124 weeks6.500 €Apply

The tuition includes:

  • 24 weeks of instructor-led and supervised web & app development training

The optional 3-week on-site phase is priced at 2.400 € and includes:

  • 3 weeks live on-site training at WBS CODING SCHOOL Campus Berlin
  • Accommodation and 3 meals per day during the on-site phase – delicious vegetarian food prepared by our own chef Martin Leipold and his team.
  • Best in class Career Booster Program to nail your first job in the tech scene

Payment & Financing Options

Your future is worth more than a course fee, and thanks to a range of financing options, there is no reason to let tuition stand between you and your career ambitions.

The course fee is generally due in advance. Payment in installments is possible on request. Please discuss the details with our admission team.

Funding options include the social income share agreement provider CHANCEN eG and Quotanda, who offer student loans with individual installment plans. Applicants who are registered in Germany might be eligible to receive a voucher called ‘Bildungsgutschein’ from the Agentur für Arbeit or Jobcenter. For more information about all options available visit our funding page or get in touch with our admission team.

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Ready to unleash your potential?