Computer Science
Residential programmes
Cambridge has historically had a strong focus on Computer Science and technology. Indeed, Alan Turing, the famous World War II codebreaker on which the film ‘The Imitation Game’ is based, studied at King’s College, Cambridge. Current-day Cambridge is world-famous for its cluster of over 1,000 specialist computing and technology companies and laboratories, known as ‘Silicon Fen’. This tech hub is home to successful large tech companies such as Inotec AMD, as well as smaller, innovative start-ups. If you choose to study Computer Science in Cambridge, you’ll be following the footsteps of many success stories.
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Computer Science Summer School

Cambridge
13-15 years old
Computer Science
Academic Insights • 13-15 years old
Academic Insights
Cambridge
13-15 years
Participants explore programming languages such as Python, and explore interesting topics such as Robotics, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence. You will also learn the coding, and computer programming languages that are central to careers such as analysts, developers or consultants – and nurture the skills to solve problems with programming and the principles of software development.
16-18 years old
Computer Science
Academic Insights • 16-18 years old
Academic Insights
Cambridge
16-18 years
Learn the skills that will make you an excellent Computer Scientist. From learning to program, to discuss the applications of topics such as Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Blockchain, you will emerge as a better problem solver and with an improved understanding of how technology can be applied.
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I loved the way we were taught a bit of background covering computer architecture and cryptography, which connected many dots and gave me a bigger picture.

Albert M
Attended Immerse in 2018
Residential Summer Programme (Computer Science) Student
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Computer Science Programme

Computer Science Summer Programmes

Cambridge has historically had a strong focus on Computer Science and technology. Indeed, Alan Turing, the famous World War II codebreaker on which the film ‘The Imitation Game’ is based, studied at King’s College, Cambridge. Current-day Cambridge is world-famous for its cluster of over 1,000 specialist computing and technology companies and laboratories, known as ‘Silicon Fen’. This tech hub is home to successful large tech companies such as Inotec AMD, as well as smaller, innovative start-ups. If you choose to study Computer Science in Cambridge, you’ll be following the footsteps of many success stories.

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