The Institute of Coding (IoC) brings together universities, industry and other partners to enhance digital skills across the UK.
Exeter is one of more than 30 universities nationwide that comprise the IoC Consortium. The University’s involvement is conducted by world-leading experts from Computer Science, the Graduate School of Education, the Q-Step Centre and its new Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (IDSAI).
Find out more about the Institute of Coding.
The IoC Summer School at the University of Exeter offers undergraduate and postgraduate students of non-computer based degrees an opportunity to learn and practice their digital skills, through a combination of lectures and programming laboratories.
The 2020 Summer School will be structured into 3 separate 1-week blocks to support the development of students’ computer thinking and social data analytics skills.
Each block is run separately and you are able to attend any or all weeks as you choose.
Meet our current Summer School team including leading researchers from the University of Exeter
Michael Saunby, Lecturer, Computer Science
Patrick English, Associate Lecturer, Politics (Q-Step Centre)
Richard Everson, Professor of Machine Learning, Computer Science
Guest Speakers 2020
Details for our exciting 2020 guest speakers are currently being finalised. Please see below 2019’s guest speakers for a taste of what to expect.
Guest Speakers 2019
Joe Twyman, Delta Poll
William Dahlgreen, Data Journalist (BBC)
Amy Boyd, Microsoft
Professor Leif Isaksen, Professor in Digital Humanities