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Makers is Europe’s longest running coding bootcamp.  In collaboration with Codebar and Coding Black Females, we’re excited to open applications for our Represent Scholarship for the second year running. 

The Represent scholarship offers 24 places throughout the year onto our 16 week coding bootcamp, completely free of charge, for Codebar and Coding Black Females members. 

Places are available on any cohort between now and the end of 2022 with options to study fully remotely or in a hybrid format which is split between remote study, and learning with us onsite at our campus in London. 

On the course you’ll learn coding fundamentals and best practice, receive holistic support to support your wellbeing and hone your soft skills, and comprehensive job hunting support from the Makers Journey Success Team. 

If you are successful in your application, you’ll become an ambassador for Makers and your coding community meaning you’ll be asked to contribute four blog posts to support the learning of the community or alternatively volunteer at four events or workshops. This is a great way to build your profile and give back to your coding communities. 

What's not to love!?!.....apply below :)




Open Application: We have a number of cohort's running throughout the year and places will be allocated subject to availability.

Application Process:

  • Complete application form
  • Complete Makers coding challenges
  • If selected, attend Makers remote interview

Training: The training program will start with 4 weeks of home study on the Pre-course requiring 20-25 hours per week. You will then move onto the bootcamp - a 12 week  immersive full-time course which will help you launch a successful career in software engineering.



Can I take days off during the Bootcamp?

 You will not be able to take any time off during the 16-week training.

Do I have to live in the UK to apply?
In order to be eligible for the apprenticeship opportunity, you have been resident in the EU or the UK for the last 3 years, or have refugee status in the UK.