Amsterdam has long been a successful business hub and leading center of trade, which has cultivated an infrastructure of progressive thinkers, business accelerators, networks and co-working spaces. This, combined with the Dutch entrepreneurial spirit, makes for a fast-growing tech culture!
Over 90,000 developers currently work in the Amsterdam tech scene, with more than 25,000 positions created in just the last year! This makes Amsterdam the fastest-growing European hub for tech jobs. The city’s tech vibrant tech scene is host to many companies such as Booking, TomTom and WeTransfer.
Located on the Prinsengracht, our campus offers you a daily view of the classic Amsterdam canals. Work toward your new career in the heart of the city, with convenient access to restaurants, shops and leisure.
Amsterdam’s cycling culture is arguably the heart of the city’s happy and healthy lifestyle. Hopping on a bike to get across town — rather than struggling through traffic and smog — will change how you think about urban living. Everyday you’ll be steeped in this combination of cosmopolitan vibe with village-like charm.
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After studying media and Chinese, Manouk found her passion in technology. After a few years in the start-up scene, she was so annoyed by the lack of developers that she opened the very first web development bootcamp in Amsterdam. The school didn't survive, but her passion remained. When she's not at Ironhack, you will probably find her slurping a bowl of noodles or petting her lovely cat Nouri.
Marina Pereda has been working with Ironhack for two years. She has all the information about our Bootcamps and she can provide the guidance you need to take your career to the next level. She is the go-to person if you have any questions about our programs :)
Najim is the career coach and business development manager of the Ironhack Amsterdam campus. Self-described as being a Gryffindor with a smidge of Slytherin, he likes languages, CrossFit and the cookie monster. He’s also easily excited by psychology and personal development, and a strong believer that comfort zones are expandable!
Career & Partnership Manager
Jurgen turns coffee into code, but watch out during the first week of class because he might still be sporting his vacation mustache! He loves people and worships computers — which makes teaching web development a perfect match. He’s worked at a senior level as a front-end developer and enjoys sharing what he has learned during already more than six bootcamps.
Lead Teacher, Web Development
Marjon is an experienced user interface designer with a demonstrated history of working in the online marketing industry, as well as the leisure, travel and tourism industry. She is skilled in web design, app design, wireframing, prototyping and design software. Her special interest is in design systems. Marjon is also a strong operations professional who graduated from Ironhack’s web development bootcamp.
Lead Teacher, UX/UI Design
Jan is excited to teach you about wrangling and analyzing data. He has always enjoyed working with data, be it modeling, understanding or extracting information. When he’s not working with data, he enjoys making music, drawing and playing tennis. Jan loves understanding how stuff works, and sharing his knowledge and experience with others. But most of all, he enjoys helping people learn new skills and grow professionally.
Lead Teacher, Data Analytics
Wed, 12 May
04:30 PM - 06:00 PM
Campus Ironhack Amsterdam
Prinsengracht 437, 1016 HN , 1016 HN - Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Some Ironhack campuses are offering a hybrid model (partly open) due to Covid-19. All cohorts have transitioned to a safe remote learning environment, giving students the opportunity to learn from wherever they want and continue using our campus facilities. For additional information, do not hesitate to reach out to our local admission team. Reach here for our response to Covid-19.