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Where Do We Offer Coding?

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What to Expect in a Coding Programme

Coding, the language of the digital era, empowers us to shape the ever-evolving digital landscape. From software development to cybersecurity, coding enables the creation of innovative solutions, ensuring the functionality and security of the digital realm. Our Coding summer programmes offer participants a practical understanding of programming languages, software development, and algorithmic problem-solving, akin to the depth of study in coding-focused undergraduate programmes.

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Learn analytical and problem-solving skills

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Gain real-world and practical experience

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Develop academic and critical skills

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Pramit Saha is a DPhil (PhD) participant at the Department of Engineering Science and Christ Church College at the University of Oxford, UK.

Our tutors are highly qualified with Oxbridge training. Each tutor is certified by Immerse, ensuring participants receive the highest level of education. Tutors are at the heart of our programmes and are dedicated to providing guidance, support, and constructive feedback to help participants achieve their academic objectives. Read more about our expert tutors.

What Do Our Alumni Say About Immerse?

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Why Immerse?

Immerse Education offers a lot more than your average summer school provider. Our programmes ignite a lifelong educational journey, nurturing growth with ongoing educational support, while equipping you with essential skill sets for every step of your education pathways.

We cater to all types of learners, offering academic and career programmes with flexible learning options, and offer our award-winning programmes in locations across the globe.

We have the highest educational standards and seek to realise the highest possible outcomes for our participants.

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What is a Coding programme and why is it important to study?

What is the course about? Immerse™ Coding programmes offer participants a practical understanding of programming languages, software development, and algorithmic problem-solving. It covers a wide range of topics, from coding languages to software engineering and application development.

Why is it important to study Coding? Coding drives technological innovations and digital transformations. From app development to web design, coding powers the digital world. By studying Coding, you gain skills to create software solutions and contribute to the ever-evolving tech landscape.

Coding is a skill used in almost every industry. Whether you aim to become a programmer, a game developer or a data scientist, it all begins with coding.

What are the coding occupations available right now? Computer and information research scientists, web developers, mobile app developers, computer network architects, computer programmers, computer system analysts, information security analysts, software developers, and web developers.

In the UK, an average of 5,000 web development and data analyst roles are open.

 Immerse Education offers both online and residential courses for Coding. The residential course is available in the UK, in Cambridge and Oxford.

You don’t need prior skills, experience, or learning to take the residential course for coding, but having an active interest in the subject is helpful! Before the programme, you will be given some subject-related things to check out to prepare you for the academic syllabus.

For both the Oxford and Cambridge Residential Coding programmes,

Introduction to Coding

Coding is the process of telling a computer what to do. You provide the computer instructions via ‘code’, the computer’s language, in order for it to perform a specific action. This can be as simple as adding code on a webpage to change the colour font to the code that informs traffic lights to change behaviour based on the flow of traffic. Coding is now integral to a vast number of industries, including healthcare, businesses, and schools (to name a few). In this module, you’ll learn the basics of coding, establishing a foundation that will be built on throughout the rest of the course.

Introduction to Python

In this module, you’ll explore the most widely used programming language: Python. You will learn how to interpret error messages as well as read basic Python syntax, all while forming an understanding of basic programming concepts. You will have the opportunity to apply your understanding of Python to the real world by creating your own simple app designed to solve a problem.

Introduction to Game Design

This module takes a look at coding through a game design lens. You will learn how to use code to custom behaviours and game mechanics using coding best practices. By the end of this module, you will have a firm understanding of essential programming concepts such as variables, branching, looping, events and how these tools are the building blocks of game design.

Java Coder

In this unit, you will be introduced to Java Coder meanwhile learning how to theoretically examine coding logic using flowcharts and pseudo code. You will continue building on your understanding of coding best practices built in previous units as well as learning how to solve coding problems through solution building, as well as learning how to write code independently. You will also learn how to minimise the number of lines of code and functions in order to develop a more efficient coding process.

Coding Languages

In this unit, we will take a brief look at the various coding languages available to use in computer programming for different purposes. You will learn the differences between coding languages and develop an understanding of the languages that are easier and more convenient to use for different purposes. We will explore certain programming languages that are more machine-friendly, making them faster to execute and more memory-efficient, but harder for humans to understand.

Web Development Masterclass

The growth of languages like JavaScript and frameworks like Angular, React, and Node JS have over the years made web development a lot easier and faster. In this unit, we’ll take a look at how JavaScript and the relevant frameworks work together to provide the essential tools for web development and apply these to your own web building project.

Coding for Mobiles & Apps

Did you know that the average mobile phone in 2022 is faster than the average computer ten years ago? Coding has played a pivotal role in the way phones work, which is why in this module we’ll take a look at how coding has changed over time in relation to mobile devices and the revolutions in mobile app development. You will apply your knowledge to create a more complex mobile app, using programming concepts to solve problems and build user-oriented solutions.

Design and Analysis of Algorithms

An algorithm is a sequence of steps used to solve a problem in computer programming. The design and analysis of algorithms are essential when designing processes to solve different types of problems in the branch of computer science and information technology. This module introduces the fundamental concepts of designing strategies, analysis of algorithms, as well as graph theory and sorting methods. By the end of this unit, you will also have a basic understanding of the Complexity Theory and its applications in the world of coding.

The residential Coding courses are best suited for motivated participants ages 13-18. Are you planning to take a coding-related course at the university? Taking this course will give you a massive head-start against your competition.

Do you want to learn from expert tutors from the University of Cambridge and Oxford? If you say “yes,” then this course is for you!

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