Full Stack Web Developer program: modules from Vocational Qualification in Information and Communications Technology (you may continue on with the studies and finish the whole qualification if you wish to do so)
A person who wants to work as a software developer
The next program starts on 11.1.2022.
Full Stack Web Developer program is designed for career-changing adults who want to work as software developers. Studying in the program is very practical in comparison to academic studying. The studies focus 100 % on getting the core skills needed as software developer.
The interview of alumni Tanja Lehtinen
Everything made sense. Sometimes I was wondering in class if this needs to be taught, but I later found out I needed it. And sometimes I wondered why this tool is used, but now I stare at it all the time. It is quite different when there are teachers who have done the work themselves than learning things by yourself. We had the support of our teachers.
Full Stack Web Developer program’s main program partner Druid is an uncompromising and uncomplicated software house who focus on open source and open attitude. In collaboration with Finland’s Drupal association.
The semesters from January to December 2022 are in school with our teachers. Before the summer holiday there will be a student team based software development project. Before the end of the year there will be a student team based project, which will be held in collaboration with our main program partner Druid.
The studies will finish with an internship period which will take place during the spring semester of 2023.
We only focus on the areas of software developent from the ICT qualification in the program:
Working in a Software Development Team
HTML5 and CSS3
UI / UX Design and Prototyping
React and Redux basics
Summer 2022 (23.5. – 10.6.)
Software development team project 1
React and Redux advanced
Drupal Module Development
Unit Testing and Quality Assurance
Continuous Integrations and AWS
Software Development Team Project 2 (in cooperation with main program partner Druid)
There is no entrance exam to the program. The most suitable candidates will be invited to an interview. Based on these interviews approximately 30 students will be accepted to the program.
Working with a computer is natural to you and you should already have some knowledge and skills about programming basics. If you haven’t started learning the basics we recommend to start immediately with free sololearn.com or codecademy.com courses. We also highly recommend quality courses from mooc.fi and udemy.com.
Application: 0 – 5 selection points (motivation, career plan, competence in ICT and previous experience).
Language skills: 0 – 1 selection points (Finnish language skills (mother tongue, secondary language or YKI 4 level accredited skills) 1 selection point).
Educational background: 0 – 2 selection points (any academic degree (minimum bachelor level) 1 selection point, bachelor level in technology, science or business / any academic degree at least masters level 2 selection points). In the final selection phase, all academic degrees award 1 selection point.
Interview: 0 – 5 selection points
Applicants will be invited to an interview based by the sum of their application, language skills and educational background selection points. The interview will be held in our Campus in Pasila, Helsinki. No exemptions.
The final selection will be made based on the sum of interview, language and educational background selection points. In the case of equal selection points applicants ordering will be based on their interview selection points. In case of equal points in interview as well ordering will be based on application selection.
You might not be able to combine studying in the program and getting unemployment benefits.
Applicant is responsible for communicating with TE-toimisto.
Training program is full time – you cannot combine this program with working full time or having other full time responsibilities.
Concerning the application process, Student affairs office, firstname.lastname@example.org
Program contents, teacher Margit Tennosaar, email@example.com
Listen to or watch the story of our 2020 group students: