With dedicated extracurricular activities such as creative coding, game development and artificial intelligence, among others, the LTS is keen to welcome its new “Future Digital Leaders” for the coming school year. Applications are open for ages 12-19 until 24 June.
The future is undeniably digital and the Luxembourg Tech School wants to prepare its students for it by offering them access to a wide range of dedicated courses.
Entering its 7th year, the LTS is an extracurricular educational concept open to 12 to 19-year-olds who are passionate about the digital world, its technologies and diverse creative and business applications.
“Students of our programmes follow creativity, business and technology-driven courses divided into thematic modules. They get personalised coaching, have the chance to get in touch with industry experts and work on their own projects, which they showcase at the end of each module,” says Sara Kaiser, programme director at LTS.
Having worked with more than 650 students since its inception in 2016, the LTS is now looking for its next cohort of digital natives eager to learn new skills and ways of thinking. For the year 2022-2023, the LTS school is looking for students in the following curricula:
- Level G0, suitable for students between 12 to 14 years, no coding knowledge is required. Modules: Creative Coding, Digital Thinking, Interaction Design.
- Level One, suitable for students between 15 to 19 years, no coding knowledge is required. Modules: Game Dev, Big Data, Financial Technologies. More information about LTS and the registrations for the “Future Digital Leaders” and “Digital Creators” programmes can be found here.