An introduction to the fundamentals of computer programming and social data analytics
The Institute of Coding (IoC) Summer School at Exeter is an opportunity to enhance your digital skills at a summer school designed to introduce you to the fundamentals of computer programming and social data analytics. The school seeks to attract those undergraduate and postgraduate students who may not yet have had the opportunity to learn these skills (e.g. Humanities and Social Sciences).
A desire to challenge yourself and learn to code is the only requirement. A background in maths or statistics is not expected of participants.
The 2020 Institute of Coding Summer School will take place from
22nd June – 10th July, and will be delivered online.
Due to current government restrictions, we are planning to deliver this year’s summer school online, but still retaining the close community network that we achieve in the classroom format. We are developing the details for this delivery at the moment and will include more information here soon. In the meantime, please express your interest to attend the summer school by going to the Registration page on the website and applying to attend. The deadline for applying has been extended to 10th May 2020.