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/Short, online courses can unblock gender and other diversity issues in digital skills education

Published on 8 September 2020

The Institute of Coding (IoC) announced today that it is seeing signs of improved diversity on some of its short courses, including near gender parity […]

/How A Tech Team Changed 100 Lives

Published on 21 August 2020

An Institute of Coding-funded programme which helped 100 women kick start a career in technology has scooped a national award. Technology initiative TechUPWomen was recognised […]

/Newcastle University launches revolutionary reskilling apprenticeship

Published on 13 August 2020

The Institute of Coding at Newcastle University has launched a new Master’s Degree Apprenticeship to help businesses unlock much-needed digital skills as part of number […]

/Queen Mary partners with DeepMind to provide scholarship programme for women and BAME students

Published on 2 July 2020

Leading British artificial intelligence (AI) company DeepMind has renewed its support for under-represented students pursuing postgraduate studies in AI at Queen Mary University of London. […]

/Review of academic accreditation of Computer Science degrees launched

Published on 2 July 2020

The Institute of Coding is sharing this news release from BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, as we will be one of the bodies consulted […]

/Institute of Coding sees a massive increase in enrolments, with over 400k learners signed up for digital skills courses since launch

Published on 18 June 2020

18 June 2020  – The Institute of Coding (IoC) announced today that it has enrolled over 400,000 learners on its partners’ digital skills courses since […]

/Apply now – new courses in artificial intelligence and data science

Published on 11 June 2020

The Institute of Coding is pleased to be part of the consortium led by Coventry University who are involved in this project. The Office for […]

/Free FutureLearn digital skills courses available via government Skills Toolkit

Published on 28 April 2020

FutureLearn.com, the leading social learning platform, has been selected as a provider for the Department for Education’s new online learning platform, launched by Education Secretary […]

/New free online learning platform to boost workplace skills

Published on 28 April 2020

Online platform ‘The Skills Toolkit’ will help people to build their skills during the coronavirus outbreak and beyond. A new online learning platform to help boost the […]

/Coventry University-led consortium awarded £3.7m for new AI and data science courses

Published on 15 April 2020

An Institute of Coding (IoC) consortium led by Coventry University (along with 10 other Higher Education Institutions), has been awarded £3.7m in funding from the Office for […]

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