Participate in the International Juvenile Robotics Competition.



Program Introduction

Today’s era is marked by a massive boom in cutting-edge technology, a prominent one being the rise of robotics technologies. The International Juvenile Drone Competition is aimed at cultivating scientific literacy in young minds, improving the youth’s spirit of innovation, expanding their international perspective and awareness, as well as promoting the exchange of scientific and technological innovation and education.


Program Highlights

  • Develop the ability to think out-of-the-box and cultivate scientific awareness.
  • Enhance hands-on ability in a high-tech environment.
  • Develop genuine teamwork and collective sense of diligence in order to succeed.
  • Improve communication skills and dare to express bold ideas.


Program Benefits

  • Pioneer Sponsors: Jointly organized by the Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering Research Institute of the University of Toronto, which guarantees superior recognition in the field of aviation and quality of education.
  • Renowned Faculty: Strategically guided by experts from the Institute of Aerospace and Aerospace Engineering.
  • Strict and High Standards: The execution of the entire program, from equipment utilization to actual simulation, depicts the meticulous research spirit and scientific attitude of rigorous work ethics from faculty and participants alike.
  • Certificate of Completion: At the end of the course, students will receive a Certificate of Completion from the esteemed University of Toronto Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering Institute.


Program Partners

IGHE is committed to providing premium education opportunities for all those who are interested in achieving highest academic ability. We partner with various organizations to offer our attendees the experience of a lifetime.
Center for Aerial Robotics Research & Education (CARRE): The Carre, at the University of Toronto, aims to expand as well as unify research and teaching activities related to the emerging field of aerial robotics and develop new technologies.
International Drone Association for Youth (iDAY): It is a non-profit organization aims to raise awareness about Science and Technology among today’s youth, so that they may advance intellectually through educational activities in the emerging field of robotics (unmanned aerial vehicles).
Canadian Century Private School: This prestigious private school adheres to the mission of providing students with a safe and caring learning environment, utilizing the most renowned Montessori-based education.



9:00AM – 9:50AM
Public Speaking
10:00AM – 10:50AM
Debate Classes
11:00AM – 11:50AM
Drama Classes
12:00PM – 1:00PM
1:00PM – 1:50PM
Robotics Hands-on Training
2:00PM – 3:50PM
Robotics Testing and Troubleshooting


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