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Learn Web Development in Madrid

Become a Full-Stack web developer at Ironhack Madrid in nine weeks (full-time) or 24 weeks (part-time).

Web Development bootcamp (Full-time)

Our course formats

Develop the skills you need to launch a fulfilling career in Web Development with our 24-week part-time course or our fulltime nine-week bootcamp.

Web Development bootcamp (Full-time)

Learn Web Development in only nine weeks!

9 weeks7.000 €Mon-Fri9:00 - 18:00
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Web Development Part-time course

Learn Web Development in only 24 weeks!

24 weeks7.500 €Mon-Wed 18:30 - 21:30Sat. 10:00 - 17:00
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What you will learn during the Web Development bootcamp in Madrid

Prework

In just 50 hours, our platform’s prep materials will guide you through the fundamentals of programming with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Set up your web development environment on your computer, and learn to easily communicate with our expert teacher’s assistants via email or Slack. Once you’ve finished the prework you will have:

1. developed the skills to fully take advantage of your bootcamp

2. been introduced to the Ironhack Madrid community and team and

3. constructed an optimized mindset.

Then you’ll be perfectly prepared to thrive in our fast-paced Madrid campus!

Module 1: Responsive design with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

In the first two weeks of Module 1 at Ironhack Madrid, you will learn the foundations of web development, though JavaScript will be your primary focus above all else.

Topics include:

- HTML and CSS basics.

- Responsive web design using Flexbox and Bootstrap and JS basics.

- Core concepts of object-oriented programming, DOM manipulation and version control.

The third week in Madrid will be devoted to your first project: coding a game of your choosing with JavaScript. Recreate your favorite childhood game, or develop your own original one – it’s up to you!

Module 2: The Back-end

In your fourth and fifth weeks at Ironhack Madrid, Module 2 will send you diving into the back-end to become a Full-Stack MERN developer. Learn how to create a server and discover the intricacies of data modeling.

Topics include:

- NodeJS

- ExpressJS

- Handlebars

- MongoDB, a non-relational database

- Mongoose, an object data modeling library that provides a rigorous modeling environment for your data.

The Module 2 project begins in Week 6. You will combine all of the technologies you’ve learned here in Madrid to create a Full-Stack web application. In order to make the process more fun and practical, you will complete the project in pairs, as tech companies commonly utilize pair programming.

Module 3: The Front-end

The final module will crack open the Front-end in weeks 7 and 8. You will begin to master technologies that are relied upon by the biggest tech companies in Madrid and around the world.

Topics include:

- ReactJS, one of the most widely used Front-end frameworks.

- Single Page Apps (SPA)

- Component-based frameworks

And finally, in week 9, crystalize everything you’ve learned with the final project of the bootcamp: create a Full-Stack application incorporating your Back-end knowledge, and on the Front-end create a SPA by utilizing ReactJS. Companies know that Full-Stack applications are just what the world needs today, so building your own will give you a head start when job-hunting.

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Upcoming Web Development cohorts in Madrid

Here are the upcoming dates for our bootcamps in Madrid. Reserve your spot today!

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Deposit

Our courses fill up fast. Secure your spot at Ironhack by making an advance deposit when you are accepted into the program. Deposit amount: 750€

Our financing options at Ironhack Madrid

Do you need help with the payment? Our financing options help you find the support you need so you can focus on your career and developing new skills.

Banco Sabadell

Loans for Spanish nationals. Two financing options are available through Banco Sabadell: 1) A 5% interest rate for a max of €8,000. This loan must be paid within 10 years in monthly installments. 2) A 0% interest rate for a max €3,000. This loan must be paid within 10 months in monthly installments.

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Finance with Quotanda

Loans for local and international students. Only pay for your Ironhack experience after you’ve graduated by using Quotanda. This Lending-as-a-Service (LaaS) platform helps manage affordable student financing programs around the world. You can select from several loan plans, depending on your specific needs and financial situation. The interest rates range from 9% to 11%. After you graduate you will pay back the loan over 36 months. All international Ironhack students may apply.

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Ironhack’s income share agreements

Pay nothing until you land a job! We are committed to your success, which is why we have teamed up with StudentFinance to offer you the new income sharing agreements. This pay-for-success financing model gives you access to education funding in exchange for a fixed percentage of your post-graduation income over a set period of time. You won’t pay anything until you land a job, and your rate will be based on what you make! Keep in mind that this financing option has a limited number of spots per course and it's only available once you've completed the admissions process. Conditions for this option are based on your motivation as well as the results of your technical assessment.

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Bankia

Bankia is a Spanish bank that is included in the Ibex 35. It operates throughout Spain, with a universal banking business model based on multi-channel management and specialized in serving individuals and businesses. You’ll need to present your acceptance letter and all the documentation they demand.

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Ironhack Women Scholarship
Scholarship for women

The tech community suffers from a gender gap, which is why we are proud to promote women in tech with an upfront scholarship of 10% off for any of our Web Development and Data Analytics courses.

Application process for the Web Development courses in Madrid

01

Apply online

Apply to the course that is best for you.
02

Personal interview

Our admissions team at Ironhack will contact you to schedule a personal interview and make sure that we can help you meet your goals in .
03

Technical assessment

After the personal interview, you will need to pass a technical assessment to show that you are ready for our fast-paced learning environment.
04

Deposit and prework

Once you have completed the technical assessment and paid the deposit, you will be granted access to the prework. The prework is fundamental to the program, and you must complete it before starting the course in .
05

The course begins

Once you have completed the prework for at Ironhack , you will be ready to begin learning!

Web Development Instructors at Ironhack Madrid

Course Information

A typical day at Ironhack Madrid

In the course-web-dev-campus bootcamp you will study from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. The schedule may be subject to changes depending on the chosen campus.

Monday to Friday

9:00

Start your day energized

Get yourself a coffee to kick-start your day. We’ll begin by reviewing and discussing yesterday’s exercises.

9:30

Lecture block 1

Following the initial review, the first block of lectures will begin. Time to learn something new! During the project weeks, you will practice daily standups by talking about your project.

11:30

Pair programming and project coding

Every week you will be briefed on a project that you will then develop in small groups. During these projects, you will focus on coding and applying the concepts you learned in the previous lectures.

13:00

Lunch

Time for a well-earned break! Ironhack is centrally located, so you’ll always find something interesting and delicious to eat.

14:00

Lecture block 2

During afternoon lectures, you will build upon what you’ve learned with even more skills and techniques.

16:00

Individual project

We will ask you to find an existing app that you want to improve, and you will apply the concepts learned during the lectures to do so. Then you will present your conclusions – an essential skill when developing projects and sharing them with others.

18:00

After-course events

When the day has ended, immerse yourself in meetups, networking sessions and workshops, or stick around with your peers to catch up on classwork.

Why should you study Web Development in Madrid

Skilled innovationSpain’s capital is quickly becoming a global innovation hub. Madrid ranks in the top three European cities for the number of individuals with AI skills. In turn, major international companies have set up shop in Madrid.
Global and local heavyweightsNetflix established its first European production hub there, and the Google Campus Madrid specifically focuses on accelerating startups. Though perhaps Madrid’s biggest success story is the Spanish ride-sharing company Cabify. Known as the Spanish Uber, it has quickly become the leading transportation company in the Spanish and Portuguese speaking world.
Diverse specializationsOverall, Madrid’s startup community focuses on e-commerce, social media, enterprise and mobile businesses. In addition, it also heavily features tourism, e-learning, media, gaming and science.
Leading tech hubWith all of this growth, some of Spain’s best-known tech events now take place in Madrid. Chief among them is the South Summit, which is hosted by the multifunctional space La Nave. And this is just one of many tech hubs in Madrid, including Matadero, Impact Hub Madrid and The Cube.

Projects built by students

KittyBus, a public transportation chatbot
KittyBus, a public transportation chatbot

With a background as an aerospace engineer, after Ironhack Ignacio is now working with Geoblink as a software engineer. During his time at Ironhack, he created a chatbot called KittyBus that provides users with real-time information about public transportation.

Ignacio Moreno, web development, part-time
Reyes del Chollo, the place to discover discounts
Reyes del Chollo, the place to discover discounts

With more than 35,000 users daily, Adrian’s Ironhack project Reyes del Chollo helps many people find big discounts on everyday products.

Adrian del Arco, web development

What sets Madrid apart?

Madrid’s burgeoning tech scene has only enhanced its world-renowned nightlife, but not at the cost of its history. If you need a breather from Madrid’s unbeatable bars and clubs, try out the Golden Triangle of Art – the Prado, Reina Sofia museum, and The Royal Academy of Fine Art.
And when you’re ready to eat, loosen your belt for all the internationally recognized taverns and restaurants. In fact, the gastronomy scene is nearly as explosive as tech, with a new influx of experimental restaurants in the city center.
Madrid’s many distinctive neighborhoods offer completely different experiences, from the funky Malasaña, to the chic Salamanca. And once you’ve had enough of the city, some of the Mediterranean’s best beaches are only a couple hours away, and the surrounding mountains will make you feel like you are standing in a postcard.
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