11:14 | 06.06.24 | News | 5942

Samsung Innovation Campus celebrates the graduation of the second cohort of students

Samsung Innovation Campus, a technology-based educational IT programme by Samsung Electronics with its Armenian campus at the international school UWC Dilijan, celebrates the graduation of the second cohort of students.

A class of 90 youngsters from Lori, Tavush, Yerevan, Shirak, Gegharkunik and other regions of Armenia have successfully completed the training course and presented their individual projects - mobile applications on the Android OS.

photo © UWC Dilijan


The participants of Samsung Innovation Campus (SIC) have passed a 9-month project-based course, divided into 5 modules:
 
Fundamentals of Java programming language

Introduction to Object Oriented Programming

Fundamentals of Android Application Programming

Algorithms and data structures

Fundamentals of mobile application server side development

After completing the course, the students presented their individual projects, which they have developed using the knowledge and skills acquired at SIC, as their final test for certification. The projects were presented to an evaluation panel consisting of Samsung-certified instructors, educators in the field of computer science and tech industry representatives.

photo © UWC Dilijan


“We are proud to be partnering on this initiative with Samsung and are delighted that the success rate at our campus compares favourably with other sites. The credit goes to our talented eager-to-learn programme participants and their committed instructors.” Vardan Avagyan, Project Manager of Samsung Innovation Campus.

UWC Dilijan and Samsung Electronics, a world leading technological company, have established Samsung Innovation Campus in Dilijan, Armenia, in 2021. The initiative is aimed at making a contribution to Armenia by enabling Armenian youth to develop their IT skills and learn the concepts related to Android mobile programming.