The first week of the course focuses on innovative technologies. Students explore the significance of the block chain data structure, learning how it works as well as how it can be built in Python.
The course also examines the power of automation, and provides an opportunity for students to build their own automation tools to carry out various tasks.
Artificial Intelligence week of the course aims to give students a greater understanding of the fascinating topic areas of AI, machine learning, and deep learning.
The course provides a Silicon Valley perspective on State-of-the-Art technologies and covers both hands-on exercises as well as overview sessions to enhance the participants' understanding of what is possible with the emerging technologies and how they can be used.
We strongly support and believe in the unique development of each individual, and strive to ensure that all of our students achieve their fullest potential by providing a positive learning environment that encourages confidence, discipline and ability to think independently.
READY TO TAKE YOUR CODING AND AI SKILLS TO THE NEXT LEVEL?
With courses designed by experts, the Oxbridge College Summer Camp provides students an opportunity to advance their knowledge and dive deeper into the fascinating world of technology and AI.
DOWNLOAD OUR COURSE PRESENTATION
- Problem-solving with Python
- Understanding the blockchain
- Automating tasks with Python
AI & ML FOCUS
- Understanding AI, its forms and applications
- The power of data visualization
- The Ethics and reliability of AI
- Solving real-world problems with AI
During the course, students are encouraged to come up with an idea for a project, which they will begin to work on throughout the course. A few ideas will be provided by tutors at Oxbridge College.
It is not expected that the students finish / implement their projects fully within the duration of the course.
In addition to lectures, students receive tutorials and support with a project of their choice, talks from notable guest speakers and explore Oxford through campus-led activities in their free time.
ACCOMMODATION & WELFARE
Students attending the course will be allocated an en-suite single bedroom in Cherwell House –our purpose-built students’ accommodation.
All meals (continental breakfast, light packed lunch and 3-course evening dinner) will be taken at Cherwell House.
The course supervisors, Welfare Officer and Course Secretary will be available for assistance.
DATES AND FEES
Monday 4th July > Friday 15th July
Monday 18th July > Friday 29th July
Monday 1st August > Friday 12th August
Once rooms have been allocated there will be supper at 6 pm and immediately after there will be an introduction by the Course Director.
The course finishes at approximately 5:00 pm on Friday.