This comprehensive full stack web development course, teaches you to build your own dynamic, data-driven web applications. Learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Node.js, MongoDB, Express and React in just 3 to 6 months, and begin your career as a web developer. By 2021, it’s projected 1 million computer programming jobs in the U.S. will go unfilled – as well as 700,000 in Europe – thanks to unprecedented demand for qualified web developers in the tech sector.

Master the latest web development languages & technologies

Become a developer with true career choice

Explore web development essentials, and back-end, front-end and full stack development in this comprehensive online web development bootcamp. Learn practical, job-ready web developer skills to start your professional developer career in just 3-6 months. Here’s what you can expect to learn.

Successfully completing this bootcamp could be a pathway to access further study with The University of Edinburgh on degrees and professional development courses.

What you’ll learn

Level 1 | Web Development Essentials

01 | An Introduction to HTML & CSS

Explore HTML, the standard markup language used for creating web pages. Learn about HTML elements, tags and attributes, and how HTML uses markup to describe a web page’s structure.

02 | Programming Fundamentals using JavaScript

What is JavaScript, and how does it relate to HTML and CSS? Explore JavaScript and its variables and arithmetic operators.

03 | Using jQuery

jQuery makes it much easier to use JavaScript on websites. Learn the fundamentals of this lightweight JavaScript DOM library.

04 | Build your first website

Create an online store using HTML & CSS. Apply your new JavaScript skills to add a shopping cart to your store & use jQuery to make your website interactive.

Back-End developers build, update and maintain the server-side infrastructure, or "back end," of a website or application. 

Javascript Developer 

UX Designers improve the accessibility and effectiveness of software and hardware from a user's perspective. 

UX Designer

A full stack developer’s primary responsibilities include designing user interactions on websites, and developing servers and databases for website functionality. 

Full Stack Developer 

Computer programmers design and update software solutions, source-code and manage various operating systems.

Computer programmer

As a web designer, you'll plan, create and code web pages, using both technical and non-technical skills to produce websites.  

Web Designer

As a technical author, you will be responsible for writing specialist information about products and services, and how they work. 

Technical author
No previous coding experience required
options available

Upgrade your skills and raise your salary
Flexible payment plans available

Full Stack
Web Developer Online Bootcamp


  • Learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Node.js, MongoDB, Express and React


  • Become a Full Stack Web Developer

  • Build dynamic, data-driven web applications 

  • Learn HTML, CSS, React, JavaScript, and more

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Level 2 | Web Development with Express & React

Level 3 | Full Stack Web Development

Level 4 | 90-day Graduate Program

Chanelle Bösiger
Full Stack Web Developer Bootcamp

“The syllabus is set in such a way that you gradually build up your knowledge and see how they are connected. When I code the time flies straight out of the window. Like they say, time flies when you are having fun. I am genuinely proud of the outputs of my tasks. I could have never imagined such nice creations without the help of HyperionDev.”

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Whether you are studying full-time or part-time, you’ll have access to code review and feedback from industry experts in real time. Set your schedule to suit your needs, and look forward to working your way through industry-aligned course content that will empower you in your new career.

One curriculum. Two different ways to study.

Why you should switch to a career in tech

Developers enjoy some of the highest paying careers in the world, with the freedom and skills to find work remotely and internationally. They can work from anywhere and have rich work opportunities, as they have the skills that our modern, increasingly digital world rely on to do business.
Developers make some of the highest salaries in the world.
Enjoy incredible career freedom and work opportunities.
Being a coder is challenging, interesting, and rewarding work.
Learn skills that are needed by businesses of all kinds.

Learn to code with a Russell Group Top 5 University 

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Successfully completing this bootcamp could be a pathway to access further study with The University of Edinburgh on degrees and professional development courses.

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I don’t have any background in coding, IT, or computer science. Can I still apply for the Web Development Bootcamp program?

Sure you can. Many of our students successfully switch careers to programming after taking our courses, even if they were absolutely new to programming when starting out.

If your aim is to change careers, full or part-time bootcamps are designed to help you achieve that.
To enrol with us, you don’t need to have a degree or prior technical background - all you need is discipline, persistence, and a willingness to work hard and learn to code :)

I don’t have regular access to the Internet. Would that be a problem as all of your courses are online?

Our students don't need access to the Internet everyday. Our course delivery is designed so that you can download the course material and work on your tasks offline. Once you are connected to the internet, all the work in your folder automatically gets synchronised with your mentor, who will be notified immediately and will provide feedback right away.

Will I receive a certificate after I complete the bootcamp?

Yes, you will be issued a certificate of completion from The University of Edinburgh and HyperionDev once you complete your bootcamp. The certificate also lists all our content partners and supporting organisations, including Google and Facebook.

How much time do I need to commit to complete one of your bootcamps?

We recommend devoting an average of 8 hours per week to complete a bootcamp within 3 to 6 months. However, our courses are designed to be flexible to your learning needs and goals. If you find yourself running out of time, you can extend your course time by purchasing additional months of mentor support and access to the training material. This means you can take as long as you need to complete the course and gain the certificate, as well as the confidence to become a developer.

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Applying for funding through the Scottish Funding Council?

Students can apply for funding through the application link above. 

The University of Edinburgh will then assess applications based on qualifying criteria and the outcome will be communicated to the students within 3 - 4 weeks from the date of application.

5 October 2022

Multiple ways to fund

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*Ts & Cs apply. Applicants are required to provide proof of alumni status upon enrolment to redeem the offer. Offer subject to change without notice.

Exclusive 35% alumni discount!

Exclusively available to alumni of The University of Edinburgh & the Bayes Centre who have completed a degree, diploma or certificate programme.

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Upskill through the Scottish Funding Council

Fund up to 100% of your bootcamp if you meet the eligibility criteria.

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Pay for your bootcamp over up to 12 months with Knoma.
Valid for all employed UK residents of 18 years or older.

 Pay with Student Hero

Fund up to 100% of your bootcamp if you meet the eligibility criteria.

*Available to South African citizens.

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