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Businesses need people like you. The Institute of Coding will give you the skills to help employers fill the digital gap – whether you study online in the evenings after work, on campus, or even in the office. Returning to work? We’ll work with you to unlock your talents, get you back on track and help you stand out to potential employers.
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Curious about coding? Ready for a degree? Aiming for a promotion?
Our network of employers & educators have co-designed a range of industry-inspired courses.
/Want to CTRL Your Future?
Whether your passion lies in gaming, fashion, design, activism or beyond, we’re on a mission to show the exciting opportunities to get involved in the digital industry. As part of our CTRL Your Future campaign, we’ve teamed up with some of the digital industry’s trailblazers to showcase inspiring examples of people shifting the dial on diversity in this field.Find out more
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The IoC can support you in all stages of your higher education, from understanding what digital skills employers need to building your expertise. To help you get started, we’ve created course guides that explain where a digital skills education can take you.
Add digital skills to any degree with Lancaster University’s Minor in Creative and Applied Computing
Want to learn about computing, but not sure how to fit it into your degree? Our partner Lancaster University has created a minor in Creative […]
How to get to a career in digital: a course road map
The Institute of Coding (IoC), a large group of educators, employers, outreach groups and professionals formed to respond to the UK’s digital skills gap, has […]
How to meet the growing demand for specialist skills
You may have seen the recent headlines that AI, cyber security and data science are emerging areas of importance in the UK. From working directly […]
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Design a Feminist Chatbot
Explore how ideas from feminism can help you design chatbots for good.
BSc Creative Computing
The BSc Creative Computing is an exciting mix of computing and creative practice set in the context of a world-renowned…
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View our case studies to see how learners are benefiting from IoC activity
How to upskill 100 women and create a community – a TechUPWomen case study
With women making up just 17% of IT workers in the UK, diversity in the digital sector has long been an issue that government, industry […]
Ethical Hacking Sessions through Northumbria Cyber Clinic and North East Business Resilience Centre
Hacking doesn’t have to be a covert operation. In this case study, find out how Northumbria University’s Cyber Clinic has helped students show employers why […]
The Foundry - Bringing digital work experience & intrapreneurship opportunities to learners
Industry experience goes a long way towards helping graduates secure their first role. But for many students, a traditional placement is too expensive or impractical. […]