Here at the British Youth International college, we are delighted to offer beginner robotics classes in UK. Our hands-on classes offer an exciting look into programming robots via the wonderful world of software development and computer programming.
With the world pushing onward to a future where the internet is everywhere and artificial intelligence tells us how to live our lives, now is a great time to introduce your child to robotics.
Top 4 Reasons Our English Courses Are Your Best Option
We are fully aware that people in need of English courses for themselves or their children have plenty of options in UK. Nonetheless, we believe our learning academy is superior to every other institution in the local area. We do not say that lightly. We take what we do very seriously, knowing that what we teach students will influence the rest of their lives.
We offer English classes to both native a...
5 Reasons your kids should code
In case you haven't noticed, we recently updated dates for weekly coding classes for the 2019 schedule with new classes starting from Tuesday 8th January 2019 in Glasgow. To register your interest or request more information, please feel free to get in touch using the contact form you can find here or by calling us at 0141 946 3699
If you need some convincing, or are unsure what I'm even talking about...
Has your child ever wondered how video games are made? Ever found them...
Many Congrats Dhruv, Rhythm, Himani and Himanshi on ITV Show LITTLE BIG SHOTS - Human Calculators with Dawn French. Here is a full video recording, Congrats to Proud parents Devender Singh and Manoj Maheshwari
The segment was called Human Calculators and Dawn French was absolutely blown away by their skills. The legendary comedian wasn't the only one as commentators on social media were equally mesmerized by the skills of the students.
The trick to
Dr Rashmi Mantri, founder of the British Youth International college, was invited on to STV 2's "Live at Five" segment to tell the story behind running the SuperMaths classes and the success her son has encountered in maths since being introduced to the abacus. Live at Five is a Scottish topical entertainment programme which covers the latest in Scotland's cultural scene.
Dr Mantri's son, Dhruv Maheshwari, was struggling with simple mathematics: h
Kids Weekly Programming Classes at BYITC Glasgow Are Back
The British Youth International college is proud to announce that our Kids Weekly Programming Classes at BYITC UK are back. These classes have been extremely popular among both parents and students since we first introduced them. Now is your opportunity to get your student enrolled in what could be one of the most important classes he or she ever takes.
Kids Weekly Programming Classes at BYITC UK
Weekly Computing Classes for 9 to 14 year-olds
We are pleased to offer Weekly Childrens Computing Classes for 9 to 14 year-olds which run alongside the school terms, in 4 blocks of 12 Weeks each. The classes are expected to start on the 8th & 9th of January beginning with block 2.
Dates and Times
The dates and times of our Weekly Computing Classes for 8 to 14 year-olds are shown below. Please contact us or call us on 0141 946 3699 if you are int
Kids Summer Computer Games Development Boot Camp Glasgow – Summer Break - Age 9 to 14 and 6 to 9
Our popular Kids Summer Computer Games Development Boot Camp Glasgow is coming back between 1st1st July and 15th August
This time we will be running Kids Summer Computer Games Development Boot Camp Glasgow Monday to Wednesday 10 am to 3pm, with a lot more enhanced features of Computer Games Development this year.
Kids Summer Computer Games Development Bo
The British Youth International college (BYITC) is looking for a volunteer teaching assistant to help children aged 6-17 work on their English and Maths, using our unique methods which have won acclaim in regional and national media.
British Youth International college (BYITC) is a private educational institution based in Glasgow, Scotland. We teach primary and secondary school kids computer skills that are essential in the modern