Re-engineer yourself

Learn to code at
Sabah's first coding & digital skills school

Our course

Our course

Our coursework simulates the type of environment you'll work in as a software developer.

Full Stack
Software Development

Learn the fundamentals of frontend, backend, servers and database and more to be ready for a successful career in software development.

Focus areas:

Ruby, Ruby on Rails, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and more

Why should you study at Rambutan?

Mentored, hands-on, accelerated learning.

Whether it's a full-time bootcamp or a part-time program, Rambutan offers coding education from newbie to professional developer. With the support of a brilliant team of coaches, you'll be ready to translate concepts, break down problems, and continue learning on the job.

Coding experience optional, determination required.

We know that if are committed to this journey, you will be able to succeed. That's why our admissions process assesses only your determination – not your coding ability.

Launch a career

Learning to code is one thing. Becoming a developer is a whole other ball-game.

The goal of bootcamps at Rambutan is to take you from hobbyist to professional developer and be the launchpad for your career.

We're a career-focused school and our students get lifetime career support.


mentor ratio

8 hrs/day

access to mentors


practical (coding)

Choose your path

Full-time (12 weeks)

Set in an immersive environment, our flagship 12-week Full-Stack Software Development course will prepare you to become a competitive software engineer.



Part-time (16 weeks)

Can't quit your job? Learn all the skills of a software engineer and accelerate your career while keeping your daytime commitments.



Hear from our students

Our tuition options

Upfront tuition

Get 10% off your tuition if you pay upfront. No further payment is due.

Tuition installments

Pay 50% of your tuition, and the remaining 50% is payable in monthly installments throughout the course.

Income Share Agreement

Finance your education through the income-based delayed tuition model.