ITMO University Summer Schools: Studies and Fun, All in One

This summer, ITMO University will host a series of schools aimed at young science enthusiasts who want to combine their summer vacation with exciting studies at one of Russia’s leading universities. The schools’ programs encompass all of ITMO’s innovative fields of focus, ranging from programming and robotics to photonics, environmental studies and many more. Hurry up to sign up for a place as the first school starts as soon as May 28!

School students from seventh to tenth grades are invited to participate. Admission is free of charge. Among the many activities included in the schools’ jam-packed program are series of science pop lectures, immersive workshops, and tours to the University’s state-of-the-art laboratories.

The participants will try their hand at complex coding tasks, train for academic competitions like real pros, master the essentials of robotics, learn what lasers are made from, explore the exciting world of nanotechnologies and try prototyping and living an eco-friendly lifestyle, all in an innovative format of classes that are the antonym of boring!

Key dates:

Summer School for Young Engineers: May 28-31

Summer School in Programming for Academic Competitions: June 3-8

Summer School in 3D Graphics: June 11, 13, 14

Summer School in Photonics and Optoinformatics: June 17-19

Summer School  in Environmental Studies: June 19-21

Summer School in Laser Technologies: June 25-28

ITMO.KIDS Summer School for six-to-nine graders: July 8-12

ITMO.KIDS Summer School for two-to-five graders: July 22-26

Summer School in Robotics: dates to be confirmed

Summer School in Programming: dates to be confirmed

How to sign up?

The number of places is limited. Participants are chosen on the basis of motivation letters and admission tests.

Full descriptions and programs of all the schools are available here.

For questions, please contact Ekaterina Altbregina from ITMO’s Career Development Office by email altbregina@itmo.ru or phone +7 (911) 994-69-35.

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