The University of Limerick will be hosting a Cybercamp, again this summer, with the first camp commencing on Wednesday the 28th of June.
The aim of Cybercamp 2017 is to give second-level students (ages 13 and up) the opportunity to learn, use and experience new technology in a fun and engaging way.
During the camp, students will work in teams to build their own games, animations or music projects, construct and program robots and build a circuit allowing them to monitor their heart beat. By introducing students to a broad range of introductory software and electronic subjects in an engaging way at this stage of their education, they will leave Cybercamp better informed about which areas they may wish to study in the future.
Camp 1: beginning Wednesday the 28th of June for 3 days
Camp 2: beginning Monday the 3th July for 3 days
Camp 3: beginning Thursday the 6th July for 3 days
The camp is non-residential.
Computer Science Building, University of Limerick
Total Fees for the 3 day camp: €30
For more details, visit the website where you can register and pay online to attend UL Cybercamp 2017.