Many students find summer courses an appealing option if their current education needs a boost. Summer courses offer a way to quicken progress in a field or to develop cross-disciplinary knowledge that can grant more opportunities in the future. The course hours can be put towards a conventional college degree.
A question that some students may ask is: what is a summer course in computer science? This summer course can give students knowledge and skills regarding designing, using, and managing computer systems. Some course material may cover the underlying theories for computer architecture, data structures, and algorithms. Courses may also teach topics related to software engineering, integrated circuits, databases, communication networks, and how computers interface with each other and with humans.
With a summer course in computer science, students can bolster math, science, and engineering skills. Problem-solving, communication, and effectively working with experts in other fields are all skills asked of computer scientists and which can be strengthened through this type of course.
Being shorter in length than fall or winter semester courses, summer courses can be expected to have lighter tuition costs. Researching the prices for courses at various schools is a sound idea, though, since students may see considerable variation from one program to another.
By taking a summer course in computer science, students can take early steps towards career opportunities that include hardware and software designer and data analysis consultant. Students may also find work in artificial intelligence. Almost every other industry has a need for computer scientists, so the knowledge developed here can complement education in other fields.
The flexibility of summer courses makes them suitable for accelerating education towards a career or rounding out knowledge and skills to broaden one’s horizons. For more information on courses offered, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
The LAS Summer Academic Program consists of two streams. The first, our “Accelerator” program, provides a clear focus on core school subjects. The second, our “Explorer”
The LAS Summer Academic Program consists of two streams. The first, our “Accelerator” program, provides a clear focus on core school subjects. The second, our “Explorer” program, allows students to discover a range of fascinating topics that support the development of key skills in, particularly alternative subjects. Both programs bring the classroom out into the real world in order to take what the students have learned and apply them to practical situations. Students will select two courses from any of the subjects offered.
Mathematics is prevalent in almost every aspect of our lives. Math theories, concepts, and principles are the foundation of the economy, time, measurements, engineering, and even the arts. For this reason, it is clear that students need to have a solid working knowledge of mathematics. This course is designed to strengthen students’ math comprehension. Not only will it expose students to the way math is used in science, technology, and engineering, it will also help students understand statistics, practice reasoning skills, and strengthen their critical thinking....
University of St Andrews - International Summer Programmes
The University of St Andrews International Summer Programme offers students aged 16 to 18 the opportunity to experience lectures and tutorials taught in the Scottish acad
The University of St Andrews International Summer Programme offers students aged 16 to 18 the opportunity to experience lectures and tutorials taught in the Scottish academic tradition. During their time in St Andrews students will become familiar with a number of the same lecturers and tutors that they could potentially encounter while pursuing an undergraduate degree in an ancient institution ranked 1st in Scotland and 3rd in the UK (Guardian University Guide 2018,Times and Sunday Times University Guide 2017).
Physical Science, Mathematics, and Computer Science
The Physical Science, Mathematics, and Computer Sciencecourse allows prospective students to experience inputs from four departments from within the faculty of Science. Classes will be delivered by full time faculty members from Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science. The course content will be delivered in the format of lectures underpinned by practical sessions in laboratories....
Faculty of Applied Sciences - Ukrainian Catholic University
Lviv Data Science Summer School is an educational initiative from Applied Sciences Department of the Ukrainian Catholic University. The Summer School participants – under
Lviv Data Science Summer School is an educational initiative from Applied Sciences Department of the Ukrainian Catholic University. The Summer School participants – undergraduates, PhD students, young professionals – studies state-of-the-art methods and tools of Data Science, Machine Learning, Business Analytics. The school is oriented towards the basic level of participants’ knowledge. This year school dates are July 12-25.
The goal of the Summer School is to give the practice-oriented knowledge in the field of Data Science. The school’s program will incorporate three following stages. During the first stage participants will attend introductory courses that would make them familiar with the main theme of the school. During the second stage the students will be involved in several elective practice-oriented courses. The third stage will be substantially dedicated to working on the projects. The project topics will be provided by the supervisors: school’s lecturers, representatives of IT companies, and other partner organizations. The project work during several days means implementation and approbation of the previously obtained knowledge and skills. The project teams will present their results publicly at the end of the school....
The field of computer science is in an ongoing state of exciting innovation that revolutionises the discipline from one year to the next – not to mention having a huge im
The Immerse Computer Science summer programme offers participants an exciting insight into what it’s like to studying Computer Science at university. Through a curriculum developed by experts from world-leading universities, the Computer Science programme teaches secondary school students about some of the most exciting and fundamental topics explored in a typical undergraduate Computer Science degree. Here, students aged 16–18 will learn to bring their ideas to life, creating new programs, and discussing the potential implications of working in a field that adapts so quickly.
Each lesson has been carefully planned by experts in the field, designed to meet participants at their level and gradually push them towards deeper, more challenging content. Participants in this programme will start with the basics, and then become familiar with more advanced, contemporary movements in computing such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and cryptography. Moreover, participants will consider how these new ideas can be used to solve the world’s biggest problems....
How many times have you found yourself saying “There’s an app for that”? Computers and apps have become so deeply engrained in our daily lives that it’s difficult to imag
How many times have you found yourself saying “There’s an app for that”? Computers and apps have become so deeply engrained in our daily lives that it’s difficult to imagine life without them. The huge demand for IT skills, combined with a general skills shortage in this fast-growing field, makes Computer Science and App Programming a good area in which to grow your knowledge – and this course is the ideal way to get started.
In our challenging Computer Science and App Programming course, you will be introduced to the basics of computer science and how computer technology can be exploited. As well as studying programming theory, you will develop practical skills in website development, using HTML for the structure and CSS for the formatting, and you will also be introduced to Python, a more scientific programming language. You’ll gain an understanding of the mathematics behind computer algorithms, and you will work in teams to design and develop your own app to put what you’ve learned to the test. ...
The Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications (SPbSUT)
The “St. Petersburg Summer University” (SUSTP) is open to all students and will help all participants to gain from new methods of lecturing and research as well as enjoyi
The “St. Petersburg Summer University” (SUSTP) is open to all students and will help all participants to gain from new methods of lecturing and research as well as enjoying the international atmosphere. As set by the traditional program itself, this program brings also regional and international professors and lecturers for a period of two weeks together and provides the opportunity for local and international students to learn and share their experiences.
9 teaching days: 6 teaching hours in the morning
1 day for organizational issues
1 day for examinations
1 day final event
European Credit Points (4 ECTS)
Every participant receives a certificate from the Summer University St.Petersburg, a certificate from State University for Telecommunication St.Petersburg. You will get 4 ECTS points....
Study abroad in the heart of Southern California this summer, just minutes away from the beaches in beautiful Orange County!
Summer Computer Science and Engineering Course in California
S1 CSE 31 Introduction to Digital Systems 4
S1 CSE 50 Discrete-Time Signals and Systems 4
S1 CSE 70A Network Analysis I 4
S10 CSE 41 Introduction to Programming 4
S10 CSE 141 Concepts in Programming Languages I 4
S10 CSE 161 Design and Analysis of Algorithms 4
S2 CSE 31L Introduction to Digital Logic Laboratory 3
Why Study at UCI?
UC Irvine combines the strengths of a large, dynamic research university with the friendly feel of a small college, and incredible bounty of an incomparable Southern California location. Summer Session offers over 800 courses in 70 academic disciplines. Students will take courses led by world-renowned faculty and live and study with American students. As a visiting student, you have the option to choose courses that will help you fulfill degree requirements at your home university or courses just for interest....
The 2019 edition of the Summer School Enabling Technologies for Industrial Internet of Things (ET-I2oT 2019) is organized to offer 6 ECTS (48 hours of front lessons) in t
The 2019 edition of the Summer School Enabling Technologies for Industrial Internet of Things (ET-I2oT 2019) is organized to offer 6 ECTS (48 hours of front lessons) in the fields of electronics, electromagnetics and ICT for Internet of Things (IoT), targeting an audience of Bachelor (last year), Master and PhD students, early-stage researchers and practitioners from Academia or Industry.
Lessons will be held in English at the Meeting Room of the Department of Information Engineering (DII), via G. Caruso 16, Pisa, Italy.
Lessons will be held at the Aula Magna of the School of Engineering, University of Pisa, exploiting all facilities available in terms of conference rooms and labs. The official language will be English....
The contribution of computational methodologies to drug discovery is no longer a matter of dispute and the major world’s pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies use co
The contribution of computational methodologies to drug discovery is no longer a matter of dispute and the major world’s pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies use computational design tools. Computer-aided drug design comprises computational methods and resources that are used to facilitate the design and discovery of new therapeutic solutions. This summer school will cover all the main computational techniques used in drug discovery, supplying a basic level of knowledge of this research field.
This course will be divided into theoretical and practical lessons and will allow the participants to independently develop their own computational studies....
This introductory course invites kids to create games, videos and stories, while learning the foundations of coding so there’s no need for previous experience. Kids will
Coding, just like any other language, is learned best at a young age. There are many ways to teach programming, however, the main challenge is how to explain abstract mathematical concepts like axis, parameters and variables to young children. Scratch, a programming language that was developed by MIT, rises to the challenge. It uses colorful animation to help illustrate difficult concepts and opens a door to the wonderful world of code.
This introductory course invites kids to create games, videos and stories, while learning the foundations of coding so there’s no need for previous experience. Kids will get to know the Scratch learning environment, its friendly animated characters and cool graphic design tools. They will create fun games by dragging and dropping built-in blocks of code, which will help them implement the internal logic and structure of programming....
With the Epitech Bootstrap Summer, students will experience the Epitech innovative project-based pedagogy at one of twelve Epitech campuses of their choice. They will app
International Summer school: Project Bootstrap
From July 3 to 21, 2017
Students will experience the Epitech innovative project-based pedagogy at one of twelve Epitech campuses of their choice. The aim of the program will be to realize a technical prototype based on a specific technology related to the ecosystem of the city. Technologies used will range from IoT to e-health, drones, video games or interactive design. In addition to technical modules, the program will include company visits and outdoor activities which will allow students to discover places of interest and the technological ecosystem of the city.
WEEK 1: Mini-pool and innovation session
WEEK 2: Technical Acculturation and bootstrapping...
France, Paris, Bordeaux, Lille, Lyon, Marseille, Montpellier, Nancy, Nantes, Nice, Rennes, Strasbourg, Toulouse-le-Château+ 9 More
An introductory class for students interested in computer science, technology and gaming. Students will learn the fundamentals of coding theory, language, and animation.
This is an introductory to intermediate level class for students interested in computer programming, technology and gaming.
Students will learn the fundamentals of coding, theory, language and animation including planning, writing and programming code, using CSS, Python and HTML and others. They will work on projects ranging from Virtual Reality, Robotics, Game Design to App Development, gaining an understanding of STEM and future career opportunities. This class develops problem solving, teamwork and communication skills.
Learn the fundamentals of programming logic, language and animation
Learn to code in CSS, Python and HTML
Make and program computer hardware
Sample Virtual Reality and Robotics, learn about their programming
Skills learnt can be applied to other basic programming languages.
Work on mini projects including game design and app development
Equipment - Students are encouraged to bring their own lap top so they can take their work home with them. Laptops can be provided if required and sufficient notice is given beforehand.
RWTH International Academy / RWTH Aachen University
In this Summer School, students receive an introduction to engineering, controlling and programming of robots. The course conveys necessary theoretical knowledge in robot
The program offers an overview of the application of intelligent, robust robots as part of future smart factories. The lecture comprises three segments covering the central topics of communication between heterogeneous systems, adaptive industrial robotics, and autonomous mobile robotics for in-factory logistics.
The RWTH International Academy works closely together with the International Office, the Language Center of the RWTH Aachen University and the Institute Cluster IMA/ZLW & IfU and Knowledge-Based System Group to offer a perfect mix of technical study and cultural experience. The Institute Cluster consists of the Institute of Information Management in Mechanical Engineering (IMA), the Center for Learning and Knowledge Management (ZLW), and the Assoc. Institute for Management Cybernetics e.V. (IfU). The second academic partner, the Knowledge-Based System Group is concerned with topics in knowledge representation, artificial intelligence, and cognitive robotics....
RWTH International Academy / RWTH Aachen University
In the Automation and Simulation Summer School, students receive an introduction to cutting-edge computer technology and methods used in mechanical engineering. This prog
In this Summer School, students receive an introduction to cutting-edge computer technology and methods used in mechanical engineering. The programme offers an overview of numerical methods used to solve engineering problems, as well as an introduction to calculation and simulation techniques in production.
The RWTH International Academy works closely together with the International Office, the Language Center of the RWTH Aachen University and the Institute of General Mechanics (IAM) to offer a perfect mix of technical study and cultural experience.
Early applications are encouraged!
Apply by the 1st of March to receive an 10% early bird discount on the total tuition fees - in case of admission. You can find more information on our programme website: https://www.academy.rwth-aachen.de/en/education-formats/summer-schools/automation-and-simulation?utm_source=keystone&utm_medium=profil&utm_campaign=summer-school&utm_term=as...
RobotCraft is something in-between a summer camp and a collective internship promoted by Ingeniarius; a company devoted to the development of robotic solutions and other
The call for applications for the 4th Robotics Craftsmanship International Academy (RobotCraft 2019) is now officially open!
RobotCraft is something in-between a summer camp and a collective internship promoted by Ingeniarius; a company devoted to the development of robotic solutions and other hi-tech devices, and the University of Coimbra, through their Robotics Club and the Institute of Systems and Robotics. RobotCraft 2016, 2017 and 2018 received an overall number of 237 participants coming from more than 100 universities spread across more than 20 different countries.
RobotCraft is way more than the typical classroom learning or even laboratory work. The program provides a general overview of the science and art behind robotics, teaching the basis around mechatronics, Arduino low-level programming, Robot Operating System (ROS) high-level design, and artificial intelligence, thus being divided into multiple modules, designated as crafts, carefully prepared to provide a wide range of skills and knowledge in the topic. This 4th edition has been facelifted when compared to the previous versions, with an increased focus in ROS, tackling the current academic and non-academic needs within the world of robotics....