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Coding Bootcamp in Berlin - Le Wagon

Learn to build web apps & kickstart your tech career at Le Wagon

Next batches: Jan 13, 2020 (Full-Time - 6,500 €) and Mar 14, 2020 (Part-Time - 6,500 €)

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Join the
FullStack program.

With our 9-week full-time or 24-week part-time coding bootcamp, build several web applications and your own personal project. Create a solid Github portfolio and learn to work within a tech team.

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Spencer, Full-Stack developer at Finiata
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Experience our coding bootcamp in Berlin

Learn full stack web development in Europe’s booming startup hub! Berlin is not only an excitingly multicultural and historically-rich city, it is also one of the main startup hubs in Europe. With tech companies such as Rocket Internet, Zalando, SoundCloud, Babbel or Delivery Hero being created in the capital of Germany, the opportunities to learn and network are endless. Looking for a career in web development? Join our coding school in Berlin.

From day 1 to Demo Day.
Hiring Day at Le Wagon in Berlin.

Visit our campus

Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 26, 10969 Berlin

Le Wagon’s campus is located at the heart of historical Berlin, at Checkpoint Charlie. Our 480sqm space welcomes students every day who are looking to dive into a world of tech, startups and networking with our local graduates. In addition to our intensive full stack web development bootcamp, we host free evening workshops and entrepreneurial talks during the week that are open to all. Come down for one of our events and meet us!

Next batches:
  • Jan 13, 2020 - Mar 13, 2020 (Full-time - 6,500 €) Apply now
  • Mar 14, 2020 - Aug 15, 2020 (Part-time - 6,500 €) Apply now

Financing options in Germany

Bildungsgutschein by the Bundesagentur für Arbeit or Job Center

Bildungsgutschein by the Bundesagentur für Arbeit or Job Cente

Le Wagon’s 9 weeks and 24 weeks FullStack Web Development Program is now counted as a vocational training in Germany. This means that if you are registered in Germany and are unemployed, you are eligible to receive a Bildungsgutschein (an education voucher) from the Bundesagentur für Arbeit or Job Center and do our course for free.

- How to apply: You will find more information here

- Applicable for our full-time and part-time program

- Our Maßnahmenummer is 962 366 19

- Take a look at our FAQ

Study first and pay later – based on your income with CHANCEN eG

Study first and pay later - based on your income with CHANCEN eG

With the Income Share Agreements, you can focus on the bootcamp, while CHANCEN eG takes care of your tuition fees. In exchange, you commit to affording future generations with the same opportunity. Once you start working in a company or found your own startup, you start making income based repayments to finance the training fees of future generations.

- How to apply: You will find more information here

- Applicable for our full-time and part-time program

- Take a look at our FAQ

Products built in Berlin.

Our students had 2 weeks to invent, design, code 
and pitch their idea.

  • Recipeasy Summer 2018

    Ever wondered what to cook for dinner when you only have a few items left in your fridge? Recipeasy is a recipe generator from the ingredients you love. Just press the space bar to find the perfect match and start cooking.

    Matt Pitt
  • Rookstars Winter 2018

    Tech graduates don't have a portfolio to present to potential employees and NGO's need tech-skilled people to create a digital awareness for their cause. Rookstars is a marketplace connecting NGOs to tech graduates who need to build a portfolio.

    Juliette Chevalier
  • Pingo Winter 2018

    Driving to work, uni, or your friends is painful when encountering traffic jams and spending hours circling the block for a parking spot. Pingo lets you share the ride, reducing the number of cars on the road and enabling you to make new friends!

    Vinh-Nghi Tiet
  • Novelty Spring 2018

    Writing a 50k word novel is a huge task, and most people never finish. Novelty is a distraction free text editor that coaches you to meet your goals with tracking, visualization, and prompts.

    Meredith Avery
  • Dogrunner Summer 2017

    It's difficult for large dogs to get enough exercise, especially in the city. When dogs get enough exercise, they are healthier and happier. Dogrunner connects dog-loving runners with dogs that need more exercise.

    John Fish
  • Fitflex Summer 2017

    Fitflex is a platform where studio owners can offer less visited courses at a low drop-in price to sport enthusiasts who are flexible in their daily planning.

    Nhung Nguyen
  • Travel Fit Summer 2018

    Travellers don't know where and who do to sports with in unkown places. Travelfit is a social platform that will recommend local places for sports and sport events taking place during your trip.

    Zuza Zuber
  • MeineKita Spring 2018

    Few available kindergarten vacancies are distributed arbitrarily causing loads of unnecessary, unsatisfying, and repetitive paperwork. Meinekita is a centralized register to match family and Kita profiles!

    Aquiles Valdivia Orozco
  • Bookids Spring 2018

    While children are influenced by the fast-paced environment, parents increasingly struggle to help their children overcome these problems. Bookids is personalized children books with pedagogical background.

    Lina Meyer
  • Artroom Summer 2018

    There is little incentive to check out modern art, classical art feels safer. Artroom is a virtual room that asks for your mood and gives you a piece of art from just the last few decades. If you like it, hang it on the wall!

    Taylor Lindsay
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Next Berlin coding bootcamp starts on Jan 13, 2020