Inspiring innovation and sharing IT knowledge with the next generation of IT professionals. Don’t miss a chance to be part of this year’s EDIT summer school.
We’re getting ready
In the fast-paced world of IT time flies by quickly, which is why we are already making plans for the next EDIT! The summer school will give you a unique chance to supplement your academic knowledge with hands on experience.
Every year, EDIT offers new topics and projects for students to work on based on the latest trends in information technology. Participating in this project will enable students to put their teamwork and leadership skills to the test. The program encompasses lectures and practical learning, while encouragning participants to share knowledge, lead projects and advance their programming skills.
Get ready to learn and kick start your IT career! Our summer school is designed to give you a taste of working in the IT industry in a fun-filled and friendly environment. We are eager to develop young talent and around 1/3 of EDIT students every year are recruited for full-time employment at Comtrade.
Who can apply?
EDIT summer school is completely free. The school is primarily intended for students of IT and Computer Science, as well as Engineering, Mathematics and Physics. However, students of other disciplines are encouraged to apply as each application is judged on its own merit.
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2O YEARS OF EDIT
Two decades of excellent ITmosphere
Since 1996, EDIT (Education for Innovative Thinkers) has been inspiring innovation and preparing future generations of IT leaders for success. Today, EDIT is the biggest and most sought-after IT summer school in the region spanning seve locations. Learn more about the history of EDIT.