Code.SprintMT Challenge for Secondary School Students

Code.sprintMT is a competition about problem solving and programming for Computing students from the secondary, post-secondary and undergraduate schools/institutions. Students are given a series of tasks to solve within a time frame using the programming language stipulated by the syllabus. A judging panel will assess the participants’ solutions and a winner and two runners up, are announced. Also, students within the secondary category can achieve an MQF 3 certification. This year, it will be held between the 10th and 24th July 2021. In this 4th edition of code.sprintMT, all certificates issued to participants, finalists and top three will be issued in digital form via blockchain technology.

The category for secondary students is open to THREE computing students per school – it is in the discretion of the school to choose the three participants. However, unlike previous years, this year, secondary level students will register themselves, together with their parents/guardians. The students’ registration will then be approved by the students’ Computing teacher.

For further details including the entire schedule, awarding prizes, Rules and Regulations, Frequently Asked Questions can be found in the code.sprintMT official website on Interested participants are to register online through the website by the 26th April 2021. Registered participants will receive further details closer to the event.