Secondary school students looking to get a taste of college life can join NCI's online summer camp Ctrl-Alt-Compete in web design or data science.

NCI student outside college Experience college life at our summer camps!


Note: Both summer camps are now full.

Taking place over five days during the summer, we have two summer online camps for Transition Year students to choose from: web design (girls only) or data science.

The camps are completely free AND online. So if you're interested in computing and fancy learning about the newest technologies from college lecturers, book your place today by completing the forms below!

(Girls Only)

When: 20th - 24th July 2020
Where: Online
Cost: Free
Requirements: You will need access to a laptop or desktop computer

Female TY students will design and develop websites and digital marketing strategies, guided by expert mentors who specialise in web development. Students will also compete to create the best overall website and digital campaign. 

During the week, students will hear talks from guest speakers on topics related to computing, technology and marketing. At the end of the week, students will receive prizes and a certificate for participation.

Technologies covered: 

  • HTML 
  • CSS 
  • WordPress
  • Digital Marketing

CTRL-ALT-COMPETE in Data Science

When: 27th - 31st July 2020
Where: Online
Cost: Free
Requirements: You will need access to a laptop or desktop computer

Students will design and develop data-based applications around a central theme, guided by experienced mentors who specialise in data science. Students will also compete to come up with the most compelling inferences from the data sources that they choose. 

At the end of the camp, students will receive a certificate of participation and prizes will be awarded.

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Costs: The camp is free of charge but places are limited.

Further information:

Have a Question?
If you have any questions about our online summer camps for TY students, you can contact our School Liaison Officer, Karen Campbell.