Where better to study computing than at the university which produced Charles Babbage, the father of modern computer science?
The Reach Cambridge Computer Science course is designed to equip students with everything they need to develop their programming, coding and mathematical skills. Whether students are aiming to create bestselling smartphone apps or wish to become a leading software engineer, this course is the perfect way to take their first step in that direction. Areas to be covered include algorithms, computational system design, information and coding theory, and programming language theory.
In our STEM courses, as a part of academic enrichment, students are also exposed to the latest scientific innovations, and to the research and development work that is carried out before a product/test is released into the market. Our expert teachers will work from students’ existing knowledge to build up their skills in and understanding of this increasingly important discipline. Providing concentrated tuition in computer science this course will leave students better able to master the machines which make the modern world.
Reach Cambridge students experience a real taste of student living in one of the world’s most famous and historic university cities. All students reside in college accommodation of one of the 31 colleges that make up the University of Cambridge. Students are accommodated in same-sex dormitories of single or shared rooms.
Taught by expert academics, practising professionals and inspirational teachers, Reach courses are stimulating, challenging and unique, exposing students to the latest innovation and research. At the end of their course, students receive a certificate of completion.
Throughout the summer students have the opportunity to discover parts of the UK outside Cambridge through fully guided trips to London, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Ely, and more. Each trip is organised around inspiring cultural activities – like walking tours of some of London’s most historic districts, taking in a play, or visiting one of the UK’s most impressive medieval castles.