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Full-Stack Web Development Bootcamp

Full-Stack Development Bootcamp
This intensive Bootcamp is available for local professionals seeking to advance in specific career roles.


As a web developer, you are not only expected to formulate, design and wireframe web solutions, but to know how to code and maintain them as well. You are counted on to stay one step ahead of web and digital trends.

The expansion of e-commerce is expected to be the main driver of web developer job growth over the next decade. Take advantage of being a full-stack web developer and learn how to create complex server-side web applications that use powerful relational databases to continually store data. As a skilled web developer, you shape the face of your company on digital channels by designing, implementing and maintaining key aspects of your company’s web presence: you fulfill the role of both designer and programmer, making you an invaluable part of your company’s digital marketing team.

New to coding? This profile path covers everything from the basics to complex solutions. Montreal College of Information Technology’s Web Development profile path has been designed to enable you to build compelling websites by making use of cutting-edge programming languages and web frameworks.


  • Full-Stack Development Bootcamp

    Get trained by industry Experts

    Our curriculum is kept up to date with the latest industry trends ensuring all our graduates are prepared for the job market.
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    Project Based Learning

    Our courses are delivered by professionals with years of experience having learned first-hand the best, in-demand techniques, concepts, and latest Business Analyst tools.
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    Learn while you Work

    Our students have access to their labs and course materials at any hour of the day to maximize their learning potential and guarantee success.
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    State of the Art Infrastructure

    Graduates from MCIT have access to a complete work-oriented program that gives them access to CV/resume preparation, the latest job opportunities within their desired fields, provided continuously via
  • Full-Stack Development Bootcamp

    24/7 Lab access

    Working closely with our industry expert instructors, they can provide guidance and help you network within the field, providing you with a unique advantage in the workforce.
*Industry focus *Job market matched programs *Get trained by industry experts *Learn while you work *Latest tools and frameworks *24/7 Lab access *Co-Op internship available *Over 5000 strong alumni network *State of the Art Infrastructure (dedicated VM for each student)


Full-Stack Web Development Bootcamp

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You learn fundamental programming structures including data types, operators, branching and looping structures, user-defined methods and basic data structures. You also learn how to use OOP features like encapsulation, inheritance, interfaces, overloading, overriding and polymorphism.

The frontend, generally called the User Interface (UI) includes colours, animation, layouts, and all the other elements that add to app or website experience. You are given an overview of client-side web UI frameworks, including Bootstrap. You learn about responsive design, HTML, CSS, UX concepts and JavaScript components.

Backend allows you to interact with the app or service. It is the internal working of the application or website that includes the server, frameworks and databases. You will learn the PHP language and how to apply the Laravel PHP framework.

In this module you are introduced to database basics and how to interact with them. You also learn to integrate databases into your website using SQL and server-side data access objects.

A CMS is a software application that facilitates creating, editing, organizing and publishing content. WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that allows you to create and publish content on the web. It has over twelve thousand plugins available on its website, most of which are available for free.

After learning how to design web pages and interact with the database, you discover how to build dynamic front-end web apps using Angular, a full featured framework whose core goal is simplification. It excels at building dynamic, single-page web apps (SPAs) and supports the model-view-controller (MVC) programming structure.

At the end of the program, students complete a real-time, industrially-simulated web development project.



The Full stack Web Development Bootcamp is aimed to give the fundamental tools to devise and develop web based applications. Though this being an intensive program, we aspire to keep the sessions inclusive to a wide range of applicants.
Applicants with a range of software Development exposure would fit well into this program. A knowledge of industry standard languages and or frameworks recommended.
Professionals in an alternative industry with the right aptitude can move in and grow in this field. A placement test may be required.
A tech related role like an IT manager, Business Analyst or Project Manager would find this program advantageous to get a deeper understanding of development.
Full-Stack Development Bootcamp
David Parr

Developer, Morgan Stanley

Full-Stack Development Bootcamp
Rosana Neishabouri

Data Analyst, Lamour

Full-Stack Development Bootcamp
Cecilia G

Lead Developer, Intact

Full-Stack Development Bootcamp
Cristal C

Software Developer, Intact


This is an entry-level course/program, but it assumes that learners have the following: Secondary V / High School Diploma. Good knowledge Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint Presentation) Completed post-secondary studies (in Business Management or Social Science or Information Technology) or have a CEGEP Diploma or have 1 year of relevant experience.

Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive an MCIT Bootcamp certificate in

Full Stack Web Development



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Did you know that things I learnt at Montreal College allowed me to secure my current position? Trust me, the questions they asked were the same that had been ingrained to us in the course. It cannot get any better!

David Parr — Former student


    Registration deadline:
    For international students, it is highly recommended to register two months before the starting date. Talk to one of our advisors for more details about the registration process.

    — F.A.Q —

    A Full Stack is made up of the front-end, the back-end, and the database. The front-end is what you see when you go onto the internet: the colours, the buttons, the content, etc. Each full stack uses different tools, frameworks, and technologies. So when we say we teach a "full-stack", we mean we will teach you the language as well as the associated front and back-end tools you'll need to create your own application from start to finish.
    Our Full Stack Development Bootcamp offers a full-stack experience. This means that you’ll learn to think and build like a web developer or software engineer by engaging with both front-end and back-end programming languages. The core languages taught in the web and software development program are HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Java, and C#.
    Instructors are chosen based on their academic credentials, relevant industry experience, and teaching ability. MCIT collects weekly feedback from students and staff on program curriculum, projects, and overall student experience in order to evaluate the quality of each program. In addition to the student experience, MCIT also considers industry demand for particular skill sets and success rates with each program in order to look for areas of improvement, ensuring that each program has successfully matches their outcomes.The minimum requirements to serve as a mentor, technical expert, or faculty for all MCIT programs include:- 3+ years of relevant industry experience - Demonstration of genuine student advocacy and empathy for beginners - Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
    MCIT's Full Stack Development Bootcamp is designed to give students hands-on experience in one particular type of stack. You will be given the opportunity to choose between Web Development, Full Stack Java, or C# Stacks and enroll in an intensive, project-based learning experience, where students learn and work on real-world web applications and/or sites, in front-end and back-end development works.
    Yes, when you complete the Bootcamp, you will earn an MCIT diploma authorized by the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l'Enseignement Supérieur du Québec as an Attestation of College Studies (ACS), which can boost your LinkedIn profile and resume, helping you stand out when applying for jobs in software engineering, full-stack web development, and more.
    Once admitted to the program, you can expect to learn alongside like-minded, ambitious professionals who have taken the step to transform their skills for a new career as a developer.Professional backgrounds vary quite a bit in coding Bootcamps, as demand for full-stack and general web development skills has increased across all fields and industries, including finance, marketing, web development, product management, and more.From an educational point of view, 95 percent of MCITs students have post-secondary education or bachelor's degree, with 5 percent having earned a Master's degree or Ph.D.
    Developers work across many different industries, which means there is a lot of variation in Web Developer job titles. Here are some of the most common development job titles you may encounter during a job search:Web Developers Front-End Developer Back-End Developer Software Application Developer Computer Systems Engineer Database Administrator Computer Systems Analyst Software Engineer Software Quality Assurance (QA) Engineer Business Intelligence Analyst Mobile App Developer
    MCIT's Career Centre is dedicated to creating a learning experience that extends far beyond the classroom, providing a framework for success built on insights and input from technical recruiters, career coaches, The team will help you refine your portfolio, connect you with industry professionals, prepare for the career search and interview process, and showcase your development work to peers and hiring partners.
    Different than MCIT Bootcamps, MCIT diplomas offers a full-time experience that is less intense than Bootcamps. Our Web Development Bootcamp is designed for people looking to make a career change into web development, faster. In 24 full-time weeks, you’ll build upon and solidify your coding skills with portfolio-worthy projects. and work closely with our Career Services team to land your developer job after graduation! The diploma will offer the same benefits in a different length, varying between 12 months to 24 months of studies.
    MCIT is registered as a private college under the Quebec Ministry of Education with the operating name of “Montreal College of Information Technology”. As a Quebec-registered private career college, you can apply for a student line of credit from Aide financière aux études (AFE) with a lower interest rate. Depending on the situation we also offer payment options through installments. Please, consult your advisor for more information.
    Our programs cover the most up-to-date skills that are required by employers across Canada. In addition to that, we offer on-demand certificates in a wide range of well-known technologies to help you up-skill yourself. That being said, we know what qualifications employers are looking for in future candidates.
    Yes, the nature of our training is hands-on. Students work on end-to-end projects and business use cases to build their portfolios and become Job Ready.
    Becoming a web or software engineer takes time and effort. We've built a curriculum to teach you what you should know to land a job. We expect most students will finish the program in no more than 6 months or 24 weeks.
    This is a beginner-friendly program with no coding prerequisites, although many students have engaged in self-learning previously or have worked in adjacent roles. Whether you’re new to the field or you’re looking to formalize your practice, our curriculum helps you gain fluency in the programming languages, frameworks, and libraries that modern employers demand and put them to work on the path to a new career in the field. If you are still curious, our advisors can discuss your background and learning goals to advise if this coding Bootcamp is a good fit for you.

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