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From ordering food in a restaurant to parking your car, computers, the internet and artificial intelligence are having an increasing impact on our lives. On our coding course, you can find out more about how engineers develop software to help us all in our day-to-day lives, and leave the Oxbridge International Summer School knowing enough to be able to code your own sophisticated website from scratch

Who will I be taught by?

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Hi - I'm Daniel! After graduating in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge in 2011, I worked for 4 years as a Software Engineer at HP. Here I specialised in natural language processing.

I've tutored on the Oxbridge International Summer School for two years, and is returning this year to teach on our Engineering and Coding courses.

On my Engineering course, I'll be covering the whole breadth of university Engineering, from semiconductor physics to engine design, and from material selection to complexity. On the Coding course, I'll be looking at the programme Python, and helping students design their own website from scratch. As a bonus, my students will be learning a few tricks to improve their mathematical problem-solving skills.

Preparatory Reading

Thinking about studying Coding at University? Our Tutors recommend the following reading: 

  • The Art of Computer Programming by Donald Knuth

  • Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software by Charles Petzold

  • Algorithms to Live By: The Computer Science of Human Decisions by Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths


  • 2 week course, in Oxford, UK

  • Ideal for those wishing to study Coding or Computing at university, or looking to expand their interests in this area

  • Class size: 6

  • 90-minutes seminars daily, independent research to prepare for seminars

  • Produce 2 essays

  • 2 1-1 tutorials with your tutor


  • 7th July - 20th July

  • 21st July - 3rd August

  • 4th August - 17th August


£4,495 (convert to your local currency here)

Includes: all accommodation, breakfast and dinner, tuition, trips and activities

Excludes: lunch, travel to and from Oxford, Visa