Join students from around the world to learn new skills, build real-world products and get a taste of what it's like studying at the University of Cambridge.


The Cambridge Coding Summer School is an exciting, hands-on programme for students aged 13-18.

In one week, you will learn how to build a game, create a web app, program photo filters, code music and more!

She loved the whole Cambridge experience, made some wonderful friends, found the tutors friendly and encouraging, and is now considering applying for a place at Cambridge after 'A' Levels. The Cambridge Coding Academy Summer School was definitely one of the major highlights of the summer!
Josephine Corcoran Horsfall, Parent

WHY ATTEND?

Have an exciting summer

Above all, have fun! Our courses are a great mix of creative energy, social activities and hands-on coding.

Learn from the best

Be inspired by academic and industry experts through personalised learning experiences and one-on-one support.

Standout & get ahead

You will learn invaluable skills to bring an advantage to your university applications and CV.

Experience Cambridge

Enjoy social activities, Cambridge tours and study at of one of the best universities in the world.

Head-start in STEM

Learn three fundamental programming languages useful for anyone aiming to pursue future studies or a career in STEM.

Inspirational atmosphere

We welcome students from around the world, creating a unique atmosphere and rewarding experience for all who attend.


How coding will help you

Interested in physics, maths, technology or engineering? The Coding Summer School will teach you valuable programming skills used in all industries.

Computing

Want to enter the tech industry? Do you aim to become the next Mark Zuckerberg? Coding will help you leverage technology to prototype, build and scale your ideas. Additionally, computational thinking will help you break down problems and efficiently structure projects.

Science

If you want to explore a career in Physics, coding skills will help you quickly pick up MatLab, a useful application to analyse data and experiment with different algorithms to model and simulate concepts.

Engineering

To pursue engineering, programming knowledge and understanding is essential to design/develop programs and add new functionality to products. This has a number of exciting industry applications, such as building autonomous systems.


Expert Advice

Computers underpin much of modern society. Learn the fundamentals of coding from these experts - good for you and good for society.
Prof. Alan Mycroft, Professor of Computing in the Computer Laboratory of Cambridge University
Anyone can benefit from being able to program, and this event is an excellent way to get started.
Dr. Alastair Beresford, University of Cambridge Senior Lecturer