No matter if they decide to continue studying at a university or not.
We are helping them get a set of the most important digital skills and get ready for the future world of work.
15 - 19 years of age
Aj Ty v IT Coding club is a place of regular meetings for girls who are interested in the world of modern technologies. Its main goal is to provide them with practical skills in programming, web design, artificial intelligence, IoT or computer graphics, which they can continue to build on or use as a motivation for further interest in IT.
Girls Code Online programme with the subheading From Abov to Záhorie builds on the idea of coding clubs and helps girls get IT knowledge mainly online. It is composed of one-off workshops and courses which deal with the topics in more detail.
We organise the Security Girls project in cooperation with Eset, and it results from our mutual reflections about the importance of safe behaviour of the young generation in cyberspace. Its main goal is to provide secondary school girls and boys with sufficient knowledge about cybersecurity by training and building a network of Security Girls – community security ambassadors.
Read more: ajtyvit.sk/security-girl/
Girl’s Day is an event connecting IT companies and organisations with secondary school girls all over Slovakia to motivate them to study informatics and pursue a career in this sector. The event is also part of celebrating International Women and Girls in ICT Day, which is celebrated always on the fourth Thursday of the fourth month. In Slovakia, it has been under the patronage of our organisation since its beginning in 2014.
The Spoznaj IT faCOOLty project is aimed at presenting the studies of information technologies and associated fields to secondary school girls. The goal of the project is to give them the opportunity to experience one day in an IT faculty with a mentor (a student of that faculty). During that day, they will visit lectures and practical seminars, and get to know the environment and atmosphere of the faculty.
Not much is needed to spark interest in IT! Sometimes, all it takes are shorter one-to-two-hour-long taster encounters with technology, which can spark long-term interest or help the girls find out what in the IT world suits them best. We are regularly updating the list of these courses in the Events section.
We regularly visit secondary schools and organise sample workshops on various topics there, too. We enrich the content of IT lessons and show new possibilities that IT offers both for studies as well as career. If you are interested, we will provide you with a personalised offer.
The ENTER program is an educational program of the Slovak Telekom company, which we are a part of, together with OZ Učíme s hardware, an honor to be a part of. The goal of the project is to enable schools to use the latest innovations in the teaching of informatics, both through material aid and the necessary teaching methods. Pupils and parents will find practical instructions and teaching materials in it, and it will allow teachers to gain the necessary skills and experience.
You can find more at: www.enter.study/
If you are interested in a workshop at your school, write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ensuring girls’ access to IT education is key for us in our activities. However, access often goes hand-in-hand with the need to remove barriers – not only psychological ones, such as prejudices or misunderstanding of the environment, but also physical ones. In Aj Ty v IT, we have established a technical library TECHLIB, which will make available hardware in the form of the possibility of borrowing hardware and its components for you, active and motivated teachers, for your own education and also for your students for computer science classes.
For more information: email@example.com
Where in Slovakia can you study IT?
FACULTY OF INFORMATICS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES, STU
The Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies is the only faculty purely dedicated to informatics in Bratislava. The faculty us young, but it quickly gained prestige even despite its short history. It also offers programmes accredited by the British Engineering Council, so after you graduate, your diploma is accepted abroad too.
FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS AND INFORMATICS, UK BRATISLAVA
The faculty has long been one of the best faculties in Slovakia with a large number of top-quality lecturers. You can choose from several accredited BA programmes – Informatics, Applied Informatics, Bioinformatics or Teaching of Informatics in combination with another subject (Mathematics, Physics or Biology).
FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, STU BRATISLAVA
The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology is the oldest technical faculty in Slovakia.
It offers several technical programmes. Those related to informatics include Applied Informatics or Robotics and Cybernetics.
FACULTY OF INFORMATICS, PAN-EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY IN BRATISLAVA
The Pan-European University is a private university and in the field of informatics, it offers the Applied Informatics study programme.
FACULTY OF ECONOMIC INFORMATICS, UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS IN BRATISLAVA
The faculty offers the Economic Informatics programme if you would like to focus on not only informatics but also economics.
FACULTY OF NATURAL SCIENCES, UK BRATISLAVA
If you are interested in both geography as well as informatics, you can connect these interests in the Geography, Cartography and Geoinformatics programme.
FACULTY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND INFORMATICS, TUKE
TUKE offers several interesting programmes in informatics – Informatics, Economic Informatics, Intelligent Systems, Computer Modelling and Computer Networks.
FACULTY OF SCIENCE, UPJŠ KOŠICE
The faculty offers the Informatics and Applied Informatics study programmes, as well as the multidisciplinary programme Teaching of Informatics in combination with another subject.