Major League Hacking 2017 Hackathon Season

BrumHack 5.0

October 29-30

Learning Centre, University of Birmingham

BrumHack is a 24 hour student hackathon hosted at the University of Birmingham. Over 100 projects have been created by over 500 students in the past - come show us what you can do!

BrumHack is a 24 hour student hackathon at the University of Birmingham. Autumn 2016 will be the 5th instance of BrumHack, with prior events running in Spring and Autumn of the last two academic years. During BrumHack 4.0 in March this year, over 150 students came together from universities all over the UK and Europe to build some exciting new projects, and most of all, have fun!

The hackathon will run across the weekend which offers students the chance to split into groups, brainstorm project ideas, and create a working prototype before the time limit is up! On Sunday afternoon teams will present their work and prizes will be awarded based on the judges' decisions.

Whether it's your first hackathon, or your 50th, we'd love to see students of all skill levels and from all universities come along for a weekend of creativity, collaboration and code.

FAQ

  • We are hugely excited to announce our partnership with the first ever Rebel Makers Camp, taking place on October 29th. As it’s taking place in the same venue as BrumHack, we want to give every hacker the chance to experience their series of talks and workshops aimed at all abilities and skill sets. It’s open to everyone too - not just students! Check them out here.

  • Where

    Learning Centre, University of Birmingham