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At United World College we are teaching our full curriculum: game development, web development, cryptography, digital literacy and of course robotics (Lego WeDo or Arduino). We teach three age groups: 5 & 6 year-olds, from 7 to 9 years old and from 10 to 13. Each lesson lasts 1.5 hours and takes place every week*. The UWC Coding & Robotics Club is kicking off October 1st 2019 and ends June 30th 2020. Choose a flexible subscription for 99€/month or a long-term plan (9 months) with more than a 10% discount for 809€ (BTW incl.). Join now!
*Except school holidays. Visit our FAQ section for conditions and COVID planning.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
UWC Monday 15:15-16:45 (YEAR 1 of Coding)
15:15 - 16:45
Nr of Students: 7/8
Coding & Robotics Club at UWC for 5-6 year-old students with no experience (YEAR 1 of coding)
UWC Wednesday 15:15-16:45 (YEAR 2 of Coding)
15:15 - 16:45
Nr of Students: 8/16
Coding & Robotics Club at UWC for 7-9 students with +12 months of experience (YEAR 2 of coding)
UWC Wednesday 15:15-16:45 | 7-9 (YEAR 1 of Coding)
15:15 - 16:45
Nr of Students: 4/16
Coding & Robotics Club at UWC for 7-9 year-old students with no experience (YEAR 2 of coding)
UWC Tuesday 15:30 | 10-13 (YEAR 2)
15:30 - 17:00
Nr of Students: 3/16
Coding & Robotics Club at UWC for 10-13 year-old students with +12 months of experience (YEAR 2 of coding)
UWC Tuesday 15:30 | 10-13 (YEAR 1)
15:30 - 17:00
Nr of Students: 0/16
Coding & Robotics Club at UWC for 10-13 year-old students with no experience (YEAR 1 of coding)
UWC Thursday 15:30-17:00 (Advanced Coding)
15:30 - 17:00
Nr of Students: 3/16
Coding & Robotics Club at UWC for students with +12 months of experience. Lab style.


This super fun 1.5 hours/week course will provide you with the coolest programming skills. You’ll start learning how to read and write HTML, CSS or JAVASCRIPT and will move at the end of our curriculum path towards other more complex languages like PYTHON or PHP. But that’s not all! You’ll learn how to manage databases, servers or build your websites with the coolest CMS in the world: Wordpress and Drupal.


Robotics is the other half of our course. You’ll receive robotics training every other month. With Lego WeDo 2.0. you will learn a lot of engineering, how to program sensors and motors and a lot more. Arduino will complete your robotics training, with it you’ll learn electronics and solve a lot of super cool challenges.
After your full robotics training... the sky is the limit!


You will become a master in MIT Scratch (Visual block coding) with which you will construct your first games, learn how to build your sprites, backdrops, program your game’s characters to jump, fly or shoot, learn about variables, how to deal with lives, score, levels of difficulty and so much more.
At the end of this curriculum we’ll move onto a real gaming development software that will allow you to publish your games on any real gaming platform.

All our curriculum paths include a robust training for our students to fully understand the internet environment in general.

Develop the necessary skills to become self-reliant, have an in-depth understanding of how so-called ‘fake news’ are technically created, how online media can affect your decision-making or the true (and technical) meaning of hacking among other social technology-related topics.

Here is our full Coding & Robotics curriculum. Join now and start getting ready for the future!

+ Basics of coding: LOOPS, IF/THEN statements, VARIABLES, etc.
+ MIT’s Scratch software
+ A deep understanding of LEGO WeDo 2.0 (and other LEGO robotics versions)
+ The basics of engineering (engines, cog wheels, robust-structure creation, etc)
+ Understand how a video game is made and programmed.
+ A good understanding of how the internet works (physically and programmatically)
+ A good understanding of how a robot works.
+ Events, conditions and actions in the programming environment
+ Work with multiple scripts, hubs or engines in a robot
+ Use and programming of movement sensors in robotics.
+ Proficiency in HTML programming language
+ Proficiency in CSS programming language
+ Proficiency in JAVASCRIPT programming language
+ Python and PHP programming basics
+ Understanding of databases
+ Web development best practices
+ Webshop creation
+ Wordpress Vs. Drupal CMS. Installation and programming tricks
+ Basic Electronics
+ Advanced robotics: construction and programming with Arduino.
+ App development.
+ Usage and learning of other more advanced internet-related concepts and softwares.
+ Online marketing basics (best practices, platforms, etc)
+ Web design basics.
+ Game development.

Download Curriculum in PDF
If you are older than 18...

...and you want to learn web development, robotics or game development. Check our program for grown ups.