Comtade’s annual IT summer school EDIT (Education for Innovative Thinkers) will run for two weeks from 17 – 28 July 2017 in six cities in South East Europe.
Now in its 21st year, EDIT will give young IT enthusiasts the chance to explore the latest technology trends such as the Internet of things (IoT), smart chat bots, customer engagement platforms and security analytics.
Through lectures, hands-on work and group projects, students will gain valuable experience, put their academic knowledge into practice and get a taste of working at Comtrade.
Campus Slovenia and Campus for international students:
Ljubljana: Hacking the hackers with security incidents insights & analytics
Maribor: Smart chat bots for customer communication
Belgrade: Data acquisition platform: Sense and control the world around you
Kragujevac: Data presentation platform: The future of customer experience
Campus Bosnia and Herzegovina:
Sarajevo: Shaping the future of travel with chat bots
Banja Luka: Alexa, open my IoT world
This year, EDIT will explore the ways of using next-generation technologies to improve customer experience and address various business challenges. Students will get down to the nitty-gritty of modern digital tools to learn how today’s organizations extract value out of these solutions. Drawing on our experience as a leading IT company in the region, Comtrade’s EDIT IT summer school provides students with unique insights into the IT world and helps prepare them for careers in the industry.
By expanding their network of contacts and working with experienced mentors, students gain valuable industry knowledge that will help them stand out in the job market. They also build leadership skills through various group projects and get to tackle real-world problems using technology.
Comtrade is committed to ensuring that students experience hands-own learning and familiarize themselves with the latest and most relevant IT trends. We also make sure participants learn and network with their peers in a fun and relaxed environment, and get access to modern classroom equipment.