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Promoting young talent at the FHNW School of Engineering

Experience digital and real adventures with us!

The students and staff at the FHNW School of Engineering have a lot to do. They learn, experiment, research and develop. But in between, they take time to pass on their enthusiasm for technology and IT to the next generation.

The leisure activities organised by the Young Talent Promotion programme are open to all children. Whether you have already discovered your passion for technology topics or are simply curious: find out what there is to do at the university.

Projects for children and young people with a passion for technology

At the FHNW Campus Brugg-Windisch, we offer a wide variety of projects, often in collaboration with local companies or national partner organisations. A large number of lecturers, employees and students work passionately in these projects.

Children's University

Interactive lectures for kids

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Coding Camp

Young people immerse themselves in exciting computer science projects.

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girls@science and boys@science

Science-loving kids aged 10 to 13 get a taste of research.

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Hack an app project week

Young game designers program their first own app.

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Mach MI(N)T - Course for Kids

Kid's course at the FHNW School of Engineering

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Swap your school desk for a workplace at the FHNW for a day.

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STEM summer camp

Curious kids aged 8 to 12 immerse themselves in the world of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics).

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Tinkering, experimenting and experiencing: At the experience shows, there were exciting and challenging experiments to marvel at, research and discover.

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