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Learn to code in Canada's startup capital

The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) field is experiencing rapid growth that's quickly expanding to the Atlantic Canadian region. This, in addition to the Government of Canada's push to bring more small- and medium-sized businesses online, means that web developers and designers will be even more in demand.

You can get in at the ground level and learn to code in 24 weeks through the University of New Brunswick's new online coding boot camp.

Why attend a web development boot camp at UNB?

We're long-time innovators in STEM. Our coding boot camp is no different. Our intensive boot camp will prepare you to build end-to-end web applications and become a full stack web developer. The UNB coding boot camp includes:

  • Online classes and hands-on projects
  • 24/7 on-demand learning assistance via text or video chat
  • 1-on-1 virtual tutoring
  • A powerful network of engaged instructors, assistant instructors, peers and alumni, as well as exclusive access to 250+ employer partners

How to apply to UNB's online coding boot camp

The application process has four steps, and you'll have an admissions advisor to help you every step of the way. No previous experience is required.

  1. Submit form: Fill out the contact form and select the program you're interested in to request more information.

  2. Interview and application: A member of the admissions team will connect with you to discuss program details and answer any questions you may have. Then, you will fill out a short application.

  3. Assessment: Complete a basic multiple-choice critical thinking and problem-solving assessment. No prior industry knowledge is required.

  4. Enrollment: Once you are accepted into the boot camp, you will secure your seat by signing your enrollment agreement and paying your deposit. Your admissions advisor can walk you through available funding options.

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