THEY WILL DEVELOP THE TECHNOLOGIES OF THE FUTURE
TR MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TECHNOLOGY
Experimental Turkey student selection exam results have been announced. A total of 4,380 students in 27 provinces were entitled to receive education at Experiment Technology Workshops. The bell for the "future technology star candidates" will ring on March 19.
The “Deneyap Turkey Project” was implemented in cooperation with the Ministry of Industry and Technology, the Ministry of Youth and Sports, TÜBİTAK and the Turkish Technology Team Foundation, in order to contribute to the development of young people in Turkey, especially in the field of technology. Currently, while activities continue in 66 workshops in 55 provinces, it is aimed to establish 100 Experimental Technology Workshops in 81 provinces.
EDUCATION ON 11 DIFFERENT TOPICS
At the Experiment Technology Workshops, students receive free education on 11 different topics such as Design, Production, Electronic Programming and Internet of Things, Software, Cyber Security, Energy, Aviation and Space, Artificial Intelligence, Nanotechnology and Materials Science, Advanced Robotics and Coding, and Mobile Application. is scheduled to be given. It is also aimed to develop students' skills such as entrepreneurship, creative thinking, critical thinking, solving complex problems, effective communication and teamwork.
A two-stage selection process has been completed for the admission of students to 36 workshops that will be operational in 27 provinces within the scope of the 3rd phase. 36 thousand 103 applications were received for the e-exam, which is the first stage of the process. The e-exam was held between October 11 and October 31 in the form of sessions. 11 thousand 538 candidates, who were entitled to participate in the practice exam, which is the second stage, participated in the practice exam on February 12-13 to make a design that will produce electrical energy with wind energy, one of the renewable energy sources.
TRAININGS ON 19 MARCH
As a result of the process, 70 percent of the candidates' e-exam results and 30 percent of the practice exam results were obtained, and a total of 4,380 students in 27 provinces were entitled to receive education. The “Technology Stars of the Future”, who will complete their registration on March 10-16, will start training at the Experimental Technology Workshops on March 19.
IT WILL LAST 3 YEARS
Students participating in the program will have the opportunity to both gain basic technology competencies and deepen in their special interests in a 3-year period. The workshop programs appeal to students currently studying in the 4th and 5th grades at the secondary school level, and to the students studying in the 8th and 9th grades at the high school level and high school preparatory classes.