</Achieving change together>

We’re a family of educators, employers, learners and government policy influencers across England and Wales. And we want you to join us on our mission to bridge the digital skills gap.

By joining the 33 universities already on board, you’ll help us create flexible face-to-face and online courses for people at different stages in their journey. Whether they’re a student, already in a digital role, or returning to work after a break.

/What we want to achieve

We connect course providers with our national business and advisor network to deliver courses to new learners, professionals already working in digital, and people wanting to develop expertise in specialist areas.

Together IoC partners aim to help:

  1. University learners on undergraduate and master level courses
  2. Professionals already working in the digital sector
  3. Employees working in businesses undergoing digital transformation
  4. People who haven’t had the chance to develop digital skills or considered a career in digital
  5. Businesses establishing good practice and preparing for the future
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</How we’ll do it>

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</Work with Industry>

We’ll help identify which digital skills the workforce needs most.

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</Create courses>

We’ll work together to develop a range of innovative and traditional courses including undergraduate degrees, degree apprenticeships, masters, short courses and CPD.

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</Achieve accreditation >

We’re working with employers to create IoC accreditation standards so that courses meet industry needs.

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</Boost learner numbers>

We’ll remove barriers to learning so anyone can start a digital career.

Get in touch with us

</Courses and Case Studies>

View our courses and case studies to get a taste of what the IoC is changing


View our range of full-time, part-time, online and face to face courses. Look at tasters, CPD and summer school options.


The University of Exeter

Summer Schools by the University of Exeter

In 2018, the University of Exeter hosted the first Institute of Coding Summer School offering undergraduate and postgraduate social science and humanities students the opportunity […]

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Birmingham City University and Microsoft

BCU and Microsoft collaborate to pilot LaaS

For 18 years BCU has been at the forefront of delivering research informed and industry led Problem Based Learning (PBL) courses of study that prepare […]

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