Undergraduate Programming CentreThe Undergraduate Programming Centre (UGPC) supports students in their development as programmers. The services we provide are:
- Extra-curricular assistance to students learning to program
- An online questions-and-answers tool to facilitate peer support (Coming soon!)
- Support for individuals or groups entering student competitions or participating in other events.
Extra-curricular Programming Assistance
The UGPC runs weekly workshops for individuals or groups during term. The workshops are by-appointment to allow us to tailor each session to the specific needs of students. Please consult the guidelines for requesting assistance before emailing us to book an appointment. If you are attending as a group (up to 4 students) please provide the names of those attending.
If you are considering entering a programming competition or organising or participating in another programming-related event and would like advice or support from the School of Computer Science & Statistics, please contact us with a brief description of the event.
Requests from student societies, groups or individuals for support from the UGPC should be sent to email@example.com. Please provide a brief outline of the nature of the activity and the supports that would be beneficial. If you are requesting use of the UGPC Lab, please note that you will be expected to adhere to the regulations regarding its use.
Check the following timetable to see if there are any upcoming sessions that suit your request.
How to Find Us
The UGPC is located at 14.0.7 Westland Row. Enter Westland Row through the Hamilton Building. The UGPC Lab is located on the first floor (Westland Row street level) opposite the DUCSS room. Use of the UGPC Lab is subject to regulations.
Supported by the Higher Education Authority (HEA).