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Success for Digital Futures

Demystifying digital skills and empowering school pupils to engage with digital technologies.

The Success for Digital Futures programme is a collaboration between the Digital Futures Institute and the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences, the two-year pilot programme invites black Year 10 school pupils from London to a series of interactive workshops at King’s. School pupils will learn about topics such as digital humanities, coding and bias in technology. They will have a chance to put into practice their coding skills, with the support of King’s PhD students.

The Success for Digital Futures programme is based on Success for Black Engineers, which received funding from the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Diversity Impact Fund in April 2022. The Success for Black Engineers’ outreach programme has worked with over 200 school pupils so far with the aim of increasing the number of Black undergraduate engineering students at university.

 The Workshops

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