How I met your Website

General description

Do you want to discover the beginnings of the internet and the first website? Would you like to know how the ropes are pulled behind the curtains of an interface? Have you ever thought why does a website look the way it does? Wouldn’t it be nice if you found more about this in a city that has 6 centuries of history?

Then ”How I met your Website” is the perfect place to satisfy your curiosity. Why?

We can offer you a great environment to learn the basics of a modern site that satisfies the current market requirements.

Iasi is one of the biggest IT hubs in Romania and at the same time a city of great architectural beauty.

Just like the buildings in Iasi your site will have a sturdy structure made with HTML, a beautiful CSS facade, a road done in PHP that leads you to the MYSQL city.

If you don’t know what those are you can discover all these things alongside 22 other persons from all across Europe, in 12 amazing days. And why not, maybe you will find out How I met your Website?


Academic information

Fields of activity:
Computer Engineering , Computer Science/Automatic Control/Informatics
Content and topics:
-Introduction to web design and web development -Basic understanding of the importance of good website design -Understanding the terminology specific to this area -Tools and technologies related to web design -Use of HTML and cascading styles and JavaScript
Learning goals and objectives:
The students will learn how to create a webpage using (HTML, CSS, PHP, and MySQL), also they’ll see the advantages of new web technologies and they will develop their capacity of using the apps and services that Internet offers.
Examination type:
ECTS credits issued:
Not known yet

Information for applicants

Selection criteria:
Motivation letter and answers to the questions

Practical arrangements

All of the following are covered by the event fee:

Student’s dormitory and cabin in the woods during the weekend trip
Three meals per day, at least one hot (provided by organizers).
Public transportation, walking (everything is provided by the organizers).