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Top 7 Best Coding Classes in London

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Top 7 Best Coding Classes in London

London isn’t cheap, so when committing to a costly coding course, you want to make sure you’re selecting the best coding class you can. That’s where One Month comes in!

We know that you not only want to find the best school, but that ideally would like to find a school that fits both your budget and your future career goals. We’ve done our research and confirmed among ourselves to present you with this, One Month’s official list of the best coding courses in London.

1. General Assembly

General Assembly

General Assembly’s coding bootcamps can be found in most major international cities, London included. General Assembly (or GA as many people refer to it) offers a variety of coding classes online and on their campuses, one of which is located in London.

Students can choose from immersive software engineering and data science to part-time courses in front-end web development and JavaScript development. Most of the full-time, in-person immersive immersive courses come with a price tag of about $3,000, which is what you can expect to pay if you want to take a London-based course.

Fun fact: One Month co-founder Chris Castiglione taught the first-ever coding course at the GA NYC when it opened in 2011.

2. Le Wagon

Le Wagon

A standout quality of Le Wagon is its price transparency—it’s listed right there at the top of the the homepage for zero confusion about what you’re getting yourself into. Both full-time and part-time courses cost £6,500. The former runs for nine weeks while the latter spans 24 weeks, but both include building multiple web applications as well as your very own product in the process. Graduates can expect to leave the course with a Github portfolio of work as well as with experience working in a tech team—qualities that employers look for.

Located in Shorditch, Le Wagon’s campus is in the heart of a blossoming tech scene and not far from London proper, a European hub for tech.

3. Product School

Product School

Those looking for a more well-rounded education in areas related to software engineering (like Product Management) will probably like the broad approach Product School takes to their coding courses. Product School’ London campus offers courses not just in coding, but in product management, data analytics, digital marketing, UX design, and product leadership as well.

All of Product School’s courses are part-time and designed to fit into their students’ busy work lives. Instructors come from companies like Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Netflix, and more, so you’ll truly be learning from industry professionals.

4. Flatiron School

Flatiron School

The Flatiron School offers coding classes that blend the typical online class option with on-campus learning opportunities. What started in New York City has now expanded to London.

Flatiron’s courses range data science, design, and software engineering. Across the school’s seemingly endless course options, students can choose from a wide array of classes like those focused on the basics like HTML and CSS to the more advanced Python and JavaScript.

While tuition for Flatiron courses can be costly (around $15,000), there are some scholarships available and even coding scholarships just for women. If you’re curious about learning more, check out one of their online info sessions or take their free Coding Bootcamp Prep course to decide if their learning style is right for you before completely diving in.

5. Makers Academy


Designed to equip students with the ability to land a career in code, Makers Academy’s alumni have gone on to work at companies like Lego, Google, Santander, and more. Makers coding courses are 16 weeks long, full-time, and they offer on-site or remote training. 

6. RED Academy

RED Academy

Unlike some of the other offerings, RED Academy is located in London proper. Students can study web and app development alongside digital marketing and UX/UI design in coding courses that last 12 or more weeks. In them students work with industry experts and participate in client projects with real clients. RED specifically turns away from traditional learning methods that rely on generic text books and projects that don’t correlate to real life. Instead, they focus on each student and their future professional career in coding.

7. Founders and Coders

Founders and Coders

A unique quality of Founders and Coders is that its a nonprofit—the classes are peer-led and totally tuition-free! Their core values of cooperation, inclusion, and social impact guide their web development courses. Another cool thing is that the work with the UK government and an organization called Mercy Corps to deliver programs across the Middle East and Africa. If you want to learn to code without it costing and arm and a leg and making someone else rich in the process, applying to this is the school might be the option for you. When it comes to the application process, they invite a minimum of 24 people to interview for each 16-person cohort.

Final Thoughts on Coding Courses in London

At One Month we know that there is no one school, bootcamp, or coding class that is perfect for everyone. Instead, we believe that it’s important to remember that everyone learns best in a different way which is why identifying your individual needs and learning style is the first step in learning to code.

We know that this list is probably just the beginning of your search for the best coding courses in London and that there’s a lot out there to choose from—on this list and beyond—so we’re happy answer any questions you might have. Just leave a comment below or reach out to our friendly support staff to get in touch.

Getting the Most Out of Your Future Coding Bootcamp

If you’re not ready to make the leap into a coding bootcamp? Or looking to get started before your first day? There are many free coding course that you can take to get the basics of HTML, CSS and JavaScript under your belt before committing to a spendy bootcamp or formal coding course.

If you’re ready for some bootcamp prep? One Month’s Learn HTML and Learn JavaScript classes are designed to get you bootcamp ready! You can enroll in any of our online courses from Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, London, or anywhere else in the world. All One Month core courses include videos, graded homework, and access to a private Slack channel where you can ask support questions to One Month team members.

If you have any questions about where to start or where to go after One Month, we’re always here to help!

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Cinnamon Janzer Cinnamon Janzer is a journalist whose work has been published with National Geographic, the Guardian, US News & World Report, and more. Before her writing days, she worked at a tech start up where she learned to code the basics of coding: HTML, CSS, and some JavaScript.