“KMIDS STUDENTS CROWNED THAILAND NATIONAL CHAMPIONS AT THE WORLD ROBOT OLYMPIAD 2017 IN SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA AND THE WORLD ROBOT GAMES 2017 IN SINGAPORE.”
Using the globally recognised robotics program from Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy in the U.S.A gives our students a unique advantage when they graduate. However, learning robotics isn’t simply just what’s taught in the classroom. KMIDS offers students the chance to further develop their interest in robotics through the following:
‘STEM with Robotics’ curriculum which includes using LEGO® and Robot C – a world-leading robotics program.
Clubs and societies that are led by KMITL students and KMIDS instructors
Elective subjects that are taught by KMIDS and KMITL staff such as, an ‘introduction to programming and coding.’
World Robot Olympiad (WRO) national competition which is split into both regular and open categories. This year, Thailand will host the annual 2018 competition where KMIDS students will compete for top prizes and awards.
KMIDS is a pioneer in the study of robotics at international middle and high school levels. Therefore, the objective is to pave the way for the next generation of leaders who will be equipped to tackle the scientific and technological issues faced today.
There are many advantages to studying robotics at KMIDS. Students will develop their abilities as digital citizens by becoming more familiar with software and programs that encourage them to think creatively and act tangibly. Additionally, students will be continually improving their English language competency through a wide-range of exposure to academic and extra-curricular opportunities.