Qatar National Scratch Coding Competition

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Acknowledge young innovative talents
This competition is oriented to acknowledge young innovative talents and it aims to inspire next generation to pursue careers in digital, data and Technology Profession in order to enhance the creation of a more sustainable educational and economic future, in support of the national vision of Qatar 2030.
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Open to all students aged from 6 to 18
QNSCC is open to all students aged from 6 to 18 years old, in primary, middle and high schools in Qatar , and to students attending after-school coding clubs. This year, as requested by many participant and coaches, QNSCC is proudly open to students all over the world. Please visit competition rules section for more details.
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QNSCC this Year Achievement

Our success stories - What we have achieved
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More than 1500 registered student
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More than 100 international and national schools participated
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Information about the second edition of

Important Dates
The registration for the third edition of QNSCC 2020 is open from December 1st, 2019 until January 31st, 2020. 2020 Edition comes with only Open Category. The award ceremony will be held on April 8th, 2020 at the Qatar National Convention Center.
Competition Rules
The open category is open to participants aged from 6 to 18 years old (3 levels: elementary, junior and senior). Please visit the rules sections for more details.
Categories and challenges
In the Open Category, students can create a video game, a story or an animation project, in english, arabic or french that follows the competition theme and share the project online via the Scratch website at scratch.mit.edu. Please visit the rules sections for more details.

Partnerships & Sponsors

QNSCC is in partnership with Qatar National Research Fund, Ministry of Education and Higher Education, UNESCO Doha office, and is part of the Qatar National Scientific Research Week.

About Scratch

Scratch is a visual programming language that makes it easy for young people to create their own interactive stories, animations, games, music and art – and share their creations on the web.Scratch is developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab and is available free of charge.

What You Should Know About Scratch

Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively – essential skills for life in the 21st century.
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