Le Wagon (London) - FullStack Program

Le Wagon is the shortest of the coding bootcamps (🏃🏽). At 9 weeks, you’ll be back in the job market as soon as possible and spending the least money too (😀).

The school is pragmatic, focusing on the skills that get you building projects as soon as possible (👷). Given this, Le Wagon attracts a handful of entrepreneurial students seeking to build businesses, as well as their skills (📈).

Le Wagon branded logo
  • Founded: 2014
  • Headquarters: Paris, France
  • Cities: 37
  • Alumni: 6,120

The Course

Skills and technologies include:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript
  • Ruby
  • Rails
  • SQL
  • HTML is the universal language of webpages. In the first week, you'll learn to write semantic (descriptive) HTML that gives your pages content; words, images, links, etc.

See Syllabus

The Experience

Articles and blogs about Le Wagon, from students and elsewhere:

  • My Le Wagon Bootcamp Experience — First 3 Weeks (Medium)

Alumni Progressing

Here are a few alumni of the Le Wagon FullStack Program course who are progressing in their careers.

Jack Culpan

Jack Culpan

Jack is a founder and web developer, using Le Wagon as a way to support his business and grow his skillset.

Sophie Dermaux

Sophie Dermaux

Since Le Wagon, Sophie has worked as a Software Engineer and now Technical Manager at Onfido.

Ben Fanning

Ben Fanning

Ben went from ski instructor to developer to founder via his cstudy at Le Wagon.

Key People & Teachers

Below are the teachers and people that run Le Wagon.

Arthur Littman

Arthur Littman

Arthur managed the teaching team at Le Wagon, having taught over 20 cohorts himself.

Benjamin Baranger

Benjamin Baranger

Benjamin is a teacher and web develop, having been a student of Le Wagon himself in 2017.

Phelim Dunleavy"

Phelim Dunleavy"

Phelim is the lead teacher at Le Wagon in London.