The University of Ulster has launched a one week introduction to computers course for 14-16 year olds to be run over the summer. The course (‘summer school’) appears to have some games related curricular activities, though the exact content is as of yet unknown. Below follows the official press release:

Computing Summer School
University of Ulster: Magee Campus
Are you 14 – 16 years old?

Do you want to find out more about:
Computer Games?
The Internet?
How Computer Programs Work?
The Latest Computer Applications?
How Electronic Systems Work?

The School of Computing & Intelligent Systems at the Magee Campus of the
University is offering a one-week summer school. This will be of benefit to students/pupils who are considering a career in computing/engineering/ computer games but will also be appropriate to young people with a general interest in computing, electronics or multimedia.

Dates 4 – 8 July 2005
Times 9:30 – 4:30

If you want a great introduction to IT then telephone Michelle on 028 7137 5382 for further details and a booking form.

1st Child £50
2nd Child £25
Additional Children £10 each
50% concessionary rate for UU staff and families on benefits