Learn how to build devices and use sensors to collect data and make them smart
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You and a team of 3-4 other students will learn how to build a smart device that is currently commercialized by a HighTechU’s industry partner. That’s what we call a real-world project!

High-school students, or home-learners, in Grade 9-12 living & studying in British Columbia, Canada, who have an interest in learning through/about technology. Must also be committed to cultivating a positive, safe, & inclusive learning environment for everyone in accordance with our Core Values & Code of Conduct.

We will accept a maximum of 20 students per cohort. 

The program focuses on the following key areas of Electrical and Computer Engineering:

  • Connection of sensors to an Arduino
  • Data collection and interpretation

The 2022 EngAcademy teaches the following technologies to address the above concepts:

  • Engineering Design
  • Electrical Circuits
  • Embedded Systems
  • C Coding

In addition, the program will address the folowing soft skills:

  • Analytical thinking and innovation
  • Complex problem-solving
  • Creativity, originality and initiative
  • Resilience, stress tolerance and flexibility
  • Leadership and social influence

The EngAcademy program will be held on-campus in the UVic Engineering & Computer Science buildings.

After School Cohort

June 13th to 24th | Monday to Friday | 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Summer Cohort

August 15th to 19th | Monday to Friday | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

All materials and equipments will be provided during the program.

The cost of the program is $500 (CAD) per student. There is no application fee.

Check more details about the program and how to apply here.

We are looking for students who are self-motivated, hardworking, and are prepared to fully engage in the program.

If your question isn’t answered here, please contact us at hello@hightechu.ca.


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Learn how to build devices and use sensors to collect data and make them smart
HighTechU_Alumni
Techccelerator-GetAccessTo
HighTechU in numbers - EngAcademy
HighTechU -EngAcademy

This is how your resume could look after EngAcademy:

Resume-EngAcademy

FAQ

You and a team of 3-4 other students will learn how to build a smart device that is currently commercialized by a HighTechU’s industry partner. That’s what we call a real-world project!

High-school students, or home-learners, in Grade 9-12 living & studying in British Columbia, Canada, who have an interest in learning through/about technology. Must also be committed to cultivating a positive, safe, & inclusive learning environment for everyone in accordance with our Core Values & Code of Conduct.

We will accept a maximum of 20 students per cohort. 

The program focuses on the following key areas of Electrical and Computer Engineering:

  • Connection of sensors to an Arduino
  • Data collection and interpretation

The 2022 EngAcademy teaches the following technologies to address the above concepts:

  • Engineering Design
  • Electrical Circuits
  • Embedded Systems
  • C Coding

In addition, the program will address the folowing soft skills:

  • Analytical thinking and innovation
  • Complex problem-solving
  • Creativity, originality and initiative
  • Resilience, stress tolerance and flexibility
  • Leadership and social influence

The EngAcademy program will be held on-campus in the UVic Engineering & Computer Science buildings.

After School Cohort

June 13th to 24th | Monday to Friday | 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Summer Cohort

August 15th to 19th | Monday to Friday | 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

All materials and equipments will be provided during the program.

The cost of the program is $500 (CAD) per student. There is no application fee.

Check more details about the program and how to apply here.

We are looking for students who are self-motivated, hardworking, and are prepared to fully engage in the program.

If your question isn’t answered here, please contact us at hello@hightechu.ca.

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