President: Shaw Eastwood

Come and join a group of tech-minded students for workshops and fun social events.

We run study sessions, academic workshops on a variety of topics, and run the Hackathon, our largest coding contest of the year. We also have social events throughout the year so you can meet your fellow students.

Open to anyone with an interest in computers, coding, or tech.

Membership is £6 and gives you first access to sign up for our workshops, discounts on the annual Computing Ball, and a AAA card for discounts at the Brdige St Social Club/Underground.

 

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