Attend classes online in real-time, allowing you to gain in-demand skills from any location.
Benefit from collaboration with classmates in virtual breakout rooms and receive one-on-one mentorship from instructional staff.
Take advantage of a wide range of career services to position you for success through graduation and beyond.
Build a portfolio of web applications to showcase your knowledge.
Study part-time while maintaining your work schedule.
Web development is one of the fastest growing careers in today’s economy. UofT SCS Coding Boot Camp was designed to help learners develop the skills and professional network needed to capitalize on the demand for 182,000 ICT workers in Canada by 2019, with ICTC predicting that the most in-demand roles will include computer programmers, software engineers, database analysts and web developers.*
What You Will Learn
- Learners will cover front-end and back-end technologies in a live online format to become proficient full-stack developers.
- Learners become part of a virtual community of like-minded individuals, allowing for collaboration and peer-to-peer learning.
- Learners receive ample real-time support during class, office hours, and breakout sessions, and have access to a tutor network.
- Learners gain access to career-planning assistance, including:
- Portfolio reviews, resume and social media profile support, career content and practice sessions, technical interview training, 1:1 career coaching, soft skills training, and more.
- Access to a dedicated Profile Coach and Career Director that will work with you throughout the program and prepare you to be Employer Competitive.
- Graduates benefit from a Project Demo Day—quarterly networking event with local professionals to showcase their final projects.
- Continued one-on-one career coaching with your career director post-program completion.
- An Acknowledgement of Completion from The University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies showcasing your accomplishments to future employers.
- A robust portfolio of projects to demonstrate your working knowledge of web development.
About the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies
Founded in 1827, the University of Toronto has evolved into Canada’s leading institution of learning, discovery and knowledge creation. Today, it is one of the world’s top research-intensive universities, driven to invent and innovate.
The University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies (UofT SCS) meets the needs of adult learners with expertly designed non-degree courses delivered in class and online, by instructors who are recognized leaders in their fields. As an integral part of the University of Toronto, the School is energized by UofT’s intellectual vitality and inspired by its high standards for teaching and learning. For all those interested in continuous learning, we provide a unique academic community.
Our global reputation as an innovator in continuing education is grounded in our commitment to putting learners first in everything we do. By understanding our learners’ goals and aspirations, their personal challenges and their unique points of view, we create programs that are responsive to their needs and relevant to their goals.
- What are the dates of the program?
- Saturday 15 September - Wednesday 27 March
- How do the online classes work?
- Learners will attend live virtual classes, from any location. Classes are held online in real-time, allowing learners to replicate an in-person classroom environment and benefit from collaboration with peers and extensive on-demand support.
- Can I keep working while studying at UofT SCS Coding Boot Camp?
- Yes. This live, online program has a part-time schedule designed for working adults, learners, and busy professionals.
- How long is the course?
- Learners will complete the program in six months.
- Do you provide career planning support?
- Yes. We offer all of our learners career support and coaching, including portfolio reviews, resume assistance, and technical interview training. In addition, we offer learners experiential learning opportunities to strengthen their portfolio.
- Do I need to have previous experience in programming before enrolling?
- No. While having some background can help, our pre-course tutorials will get you up to speed and ready to start learning on Day 1.
- What sets your boot camp apart from other live online programs operating in Ontario or surrounding areas?
- We offer a part-time program that allows working professionals to study web development without leaving work.
- Our program provides a live online format, allowing learners to attend class in real-time from any location.
- Learners benefit from a robust set of professional development services to prepare them for success as they work to advance or change careers.
- Our curriculum is built based on the most in-demand technologies specific to the regional market.
- How many hours a week is the program?
- You can expect to spend approximately 10-12 hours per week in class. To be successful, learners spend an average of an additional 20 hours per week preparing for class, completing homework and career services assignments.
- What is the tuition fee?
- The tuition fee is $10,500* Canadian dollars. *Plus 13% HST
- What financial support is available?
- Learners can arrange to make a payment plan. To find out more, please call 647-245-1020 to speak with an Admissions Advisor.
- Individuals who pay the tuition in full by the early registration deadline are eligible for a $1,000 discount.*
- University of Toronto Alumni receive a benefit that can be used up to 24 months following convocation. For more information, please visit: help.learn.utoronto.ca*
- UofT SCS Comparative Education Service (CES) clients are eligible for a $200 course discount.*
- Learners may be eligible for a University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies Bursary* that can be applied toward this program. For information about the SCS Bursary program, please visit the Bursaries and Awards page.
- Please note that this program is not eligible for OSAP.
*Discounts cannot be combined and have no cash value.