For a course of two weeks students participated in a Summer Coding and Robotics School utilizing their free summer time by learning programming and robotics through fun activities. Career guidance sessions were organised either groups or individual one by one sessions. Visits to Universities and IT companies were organised and new routes are now open in their academic careers, whereas prospects and potentials are ready to be explored further.
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