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Imperial Codelab 2017

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Start Coding Today


Imperial Codelab 2017

 

Codelab

Codelab engages pupils in Years 6 to 10* about computing and STEM subjects through creative coding projects led by talented Imperial students.

* if you are older, or younger, and are also interested in coding then you can register interest here

 
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World Class institution


The program is being run by the Department of Computing at Imperial College London.

World Class institution


The program is being run by the Department of Computing at Imperial College London.

Imperial College London is consistently ranked amongst the top universities in the world. As a leading science and engineering institution, it aims to give back to the community with engaging programs such as Codelab.

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The program


The program


What will you learn?

Over 15 hours of classes, you will be introduced to computing concepts through the creation of games, animations and apps.

You will work towards creating your own projects in JavaScript that you can share with your friends and family.

Who will you be taught by?

You will be learning from top students from Imperial College London.

Our instructors use coding in their degrees: computer science, physics, engineering, and medicine.

Who Should apply?

The program is for children in Years 6 to 10 who have an interest in coding, but don't have a lot of experience.

Everyone can apply, but we prioritise applications from girls and those who meet our widening-participation criteria.

Why should you apply?

If you want any of the following, you should apply to Imperial Codelab:

  • To learn new skills
  • To create great projects
  • To make new friends
  • To strengthen your applications for college and university
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Projects


Past participants have created many different projects in JavaScript, Scratch and Python.

Projects


Past participants have created many different projects in JavaScript, Scratch and Python.

Scratch

Scratch is a visual programming library designed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab. It's widely used to introduce computational thinking to children.

Python

Python is a widely used language by professionals in a variety of disciplines.

 

JavaScript

JavaScript is one of the key components of the web, making websites interactive and enabling millions of apps and games.