80 students completed the CoderDojo School of Programming at IUS

On Saturday, June 2nd, 2018, a Certificate award ceremony was held for students of the CoderDojo School of Programming at IUS.

During the two-month program, 80 elementary and high school students had the opportunity to learn the basics of programming languages C ++ and Python.

The students came from the school of the Sarajevo Canton and high school "Nordbat - 2" Vares.

The project is the result of cooperation between the BIT Alliance and the IUS / IUS Lifelong Learning Center.

Mentors were students from FENS CS / SE programs who passed their knowledge and skills and were available to the participants during classes. Also, active participation in this project was taken by FASS VACD students who assisted in the organization and teaching process.

At the beginning of the award ceremony, Prof. Dr. Sencer Yeralan, Dean of IUS FBA, congratulated the students and encouraged them to continue to study in the field of computer science.

Students- mentors Adem Dinarevic and Nedim Karakas showed one short part of the game quiz "The Milioner" that they prepared with their group.

Student Zehra Saric presented the VACD study program and student Tarik Pasic SE program, and some of their projects as well. Prof. Emir Karamehmedovic presented the IUS STEM Camp, which will be held at our university in July this year and invited young innovators to join and demonstrate their knowledge and talents, and meet other young innovators from BiH, region and the diaspora.

Guests at the event were Armin Talic, General Manager of BIT Alliances, Irfan Godinjak Software Engineer at Symphony and Mirsada Mednolucanin, Marketing Manager from Link Group, who gave motivational speeches to attendees of CoderDojo school.

Company Link Group has rewarded all participants a free two-month programming course that will be delivered to their email addresses.

At the end of the ceremony, the General Manager of the BIT Alliance awarded the IUS students certificates and students- mentors gave certificates to each group of students.