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UX/UI Design
in London

  • Learn the skills to get a job in as little as 6 months with our industry-leading User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) design curriculum

  • Change careers with confidence from our dedicated Career Services & flexible payment options

  • Graduate with a portfolio of real-world client work

Apply today to join the most comprehensive design program focused exclusively on UX/UI design.

Upcoming

Program Dates

London

2 Mar 2020 - 21 Aug 2020

Closing Soon -

London

13 Apr 2020 - 2 Oct 2020

Open -

London

25 May 2020 - 13 Nov 2020

Open -

Check out who’s the #1 coding bootcamp

We’re honored and grateful to be ranked as the #1 coding bootcamp by Course Report, a leading authority on immersive technology education.

Design your future today

Learn the research, client management, technical, and practical skills necessary to launch a successful career as a user experience (UX) or user interface (UI) designer in 24 weeks. Flatiron School’s immersive course combines the world’s leading digital design program with our best-in-class Career Services team — both online and on our London campus at WeWork’s Moorgate location.

800+ Hours of Training

At 24 weeks, our UX/UI course is highly immersive, because becoming a successful designer takes dedicated practice and has no shortcuts.

Work with Real Clients

Work on a real client project, and graduate with a portfolio full of tangible work experience.

The WeWork Classroom

Studying in our WeWork campuses, you’ll learn to code while becoming a part of the dynamic WeWork community of start-ups, entrepreneurs, and students. Plus, enjoy WeWork’s amenities: high-speed WiFi, 24/7 building access, craft beer, and conference rooms — plus fruit water and micro-brewed coffee.

Our grads launch new careers

Non-stop creating for 24 weeks

Our 24-week, innovative course is taught by industry experts and combines flexible online learning in Design Essentials (phase 1) and Process (phase 2) with an immersive on-campus experience for the Studio, Client, and Portfolio phases. Technical training, paired with apprenticeship-style project work and personalized career coaching, creates an experience that’s designed to shape you into a sought-after UX or UI designer.

Broken into five phases, this hybrid learning model lets you study online for the first two phases, then join the third phase in person for team-based design and client projects.

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Launch a career in tech with support from our Career Services

We wrote the book on how to get a job after a bootcamp. After more than five years working with passionate students and helping them land fulfilling careers in tech, we’ve got a keen understanding of what goes into getting that first job.

Individual career coaching

During your job search, you’ll meet weekly with your dedicated Career Coach. Coaches help with everything from C.V. review to interview prep, and help you tell your story to land your first job in cybersecurity.

Vast employer network

We’ve built relationships with hiring managers at top companies, creating a robust employer pipeline for Flatiron School grads. Our Employer Partnerships team is constantly evangelising our grads and helping you get in the door.

Proven job-search framework

Through 1-on-1 guidance from our Career Coaching team and our tried-and-true job-search framework, you’ll gain the skills and support you need to launch your career.

Design a career you love

After graduation, our students have gone on to impact powerful positive change and contribute meaningfully at leading companies across the globe.

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Meet your design mentors and instructors

Our instructors are experienced, passionate, and, most of all, invested in your success. At Flatiron School, you’ll learn from full-time, seasoned teachers who provide both the hard and soft skills you’ll need to succeed.

Daniel Foster
Lead Instructor

Dan joined Flatiron School from Accenture as a user experience consultant, teaching junior designers the fundamentals of UX, and supporting corporate clients in rapidly ideating and prototyping new concepts with their users in mind.

Michele Stara
Lead Instructor

Michele studied graphic design at the international school of graphics In Venice. He has 12 years of experience, ranging from start-ups to government, always keeping the users at the centre of his design. Passionate about his job, he often led teams as a scrum master.

Elia Maniscalco
Senior Instructor

After graduating in Industrial design, Elia has spent the last 5 years building a career as UX/UI Designer. Recently, he started offering mentorship for junior designers and career changers and, as a collateral activity, has been giving consultancies for startups and small businesses.

Tuition, start dates, & admissions

Loan

Deposit

500

Future Finance Student Loans

  • Loans are offered to U.K., E.U., and even international students with a UK domiciled address

  • Apply for a loan from £2,000 - £40,000 to cover both tuition and living costs

  • Visit the Future Finance website to get a personalised quote and repayment details

  • Monthly payments lower whilst studying

  • Submit an application online to see if you are eligible

Pay Upfront

Full Tuition

12,500

The Access Scholarship

The Access Scholarship opens doors for aspiring innovators who may have experienced barriers to an education before, empowering them to enroll for £0 payment upfront. Scholarships are awarded on a monthly basis. Learn more and see if you qualify.

Join us on campus

Program Dates
Cohort Start DateStatus
2 Mar 202021 Aug 2020Closing Soon
13 Apr 20202 Oct 2020Open
25 May 202013 Nov 2020Open

What the application process looks like

Design aptitude is built from an innate curiosity about the world and how people interact with it. We don’t simply admit students, we craft a class: a lawyer, chef, biologist, and artist will approach solutions differently, and bringing them together creates a richer learning environment for everyone involved. All you need is passion and an open mind.

Step 1 → Apply

Apply to the course. Tell us about yourself and why you want to start a career in UX/UI.

Step 2 → Admissions interview

Speak with a member of our Admissions team about your interests and ambitions.

Step 3 → Admissions decision

Receive your acceptance decision from Admissions. This usually happens within a couple days, and would be your final step!

Apply Today

Start your application and change your life today.

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Frequently asked questions

What jobs are graduates prepared for?

On the UX side, depending on the designer’s interests: UX designer, UX researcher, and interaction designer. On the UI side, depending on the designer’s interests: UI designer, visual designer, and communication designer. The skills gained during this course form a partial but important foundation for additional roles like content strategist, information architect, UX writer, UI engineer, product designer, and product owner.

In terms of job types, graduates are prepared for full-time salaried and part-time jobs, internships, apprenticeships, and contract and contract-to-hire roles.

What are the professional backgrounds of designers in the course?

A wide range of professions have been represented among graduates of our curriculum: Lawyers, chefs, ballet dancers, baristas, options traders, architects, preschool teachers, biologists, and many, many others. Any professional experience that requires soft skills — teamwork, customer service, research, storytelling, client management, project management, creative thinking, a desire to learn—is pretty easily transferable to this course and applicable for a design career.   And any past experience with design helps even more, but some of our most successful graduates had no design experience before applying.

When does a designer select UX or UI as their area of focus?

In Week 5 of Design Essentials. By that point, every designer is exposed to the principles and practices of UX and UI, and has enough information about their skills and interest in both areas to choose one. Additionally, the mandatory one-on-one with the Design Essentials instructor helps provide external perspective on the decision.