Over the course of this 10-month program, set out over a series of two-week sprints and consisting of around 20 hours of work a week, you’ll build a solid foundation of knowledge, skills, and portfolio items required to become an entry-level web developer. Here are some of the projects that will make up your portfolio by the time you’re finished:
Yandex is one of the top five tech companies in Europe. We build reliable and refined solutions, products, and services powered by machine learning. We have 1000+ developers and 30 offices in 10 countries around the world.
Fully immersing yourself in the world of tech will expose you to industry technologies and allow you to apply them in hands-on projects under the guidance of a tutor. We’ve developed our own exclusive learning environment to help you do just that.
You'll start performing real-life tasks on day one. You'll get information in manageable amounts and then apply it by writing your own code on our interactive platform.
The interactive platform is just one element of the learning process. You will also acquire essential skills while working on independent projects using the same tools as professional developers.
As a Practicum student, you’ll get support from a team of professionals who will be ready to explain the material, check your projects, and sort out any organizational issues. The Student Support Team is also available 24/7 to resolve any technical problems.
They are experienced developers from Yandex and other prominent tech companies. Some of them transitioned from other industries before establishing themselves as professionals in the tech sphere. Just like you, they had to start from the ground up.
Once you’ve completed the 10-month program and had your final project accepted, you’ll be awarded with an official certificate that you can show to potential employers. This will certify your level of competency in web development and that you personally completed all the projects in your portfolio.
For 10 months of training
In this course, you’ll discover just how much HTML and CSS have to offer by working through topics such as flexbox, animations, forms, positioning elements, and embedding media content. You’ll also learn how to organize your code and structure your projects using the BEM methodology, as well as how to manage your project with Git.
+ 1 project to your portfolio
+ 1 project for your portfolio
Get acquainted with the React library and its ecosystem. You’ll start off by creating websites made up of components that can be reused in different places. You’ll then be able to build on this to create more complex interfaces much faster and write code that’s much easier to maintain.
+ 1 project to your portfolio
This is where you put everything you’ve learned throughout the program into practice and prove that you have what it takes to be a web developer. You won’t have to complete any other assignments or work through any lessons in the interactive platform. It’s just like real life, where you have a task and a deadline, armed with nothing but your skills, knowledge and a search engine.
In addition to the core curriculum, you also have the option to join the career track, where we prepare you for finding a job. You’ll get coaching on how to write a resume and cover letter, present your portfolio, and ace your job interviews. You’ll also have the opportunity to add to your portfolio with projects for real clients. Once you’re done with all that, you’ll repeat all these steps as you go through the process of actually applying for jobs; from looking at vacancies, to completing test tasks, going to interviews, and finally accepting a job offer.