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FIRST© LEGO© League

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  • Hosted by University of KentDelivered at: Canterbury campus

FIRST LEGO League is a global science and technology challenge for teams of students which aims to encourage an interest in real world issues and to develop key skills for future careers.

The students work together to explore a given topic and to design, build and programme an autonomous LEGO robot to solve a series of missions. FLL is for young people aged 9 to 16 years, working in teams of up to ten students with a supporting adult coach. Further information can be found on the tournament website: http://firstlegoleague.theiet.org/about/faq/index.cfm.

Registrationfor the tournament is now open on the FLL website and will cost £150 + VAT per team. Institutions can enter a second team for a reduced fee.

To support registered teams, the University will be holding a launch event in September which will provide an opportunity for team leaders to be introduced to the individual challenges (including an opportunity to see the competition table set up), and talk to members of staff from the University of Kent School of Computing. It will also provide the opportunity to meet other key individuals involved in the South East Regional Lego League.

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FIRST© LEGO© League

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