UK Bebras

 
 

Sponsors

The UK Bebras is free to enter thanks to the generous sponsorship of the following organisations.

UK Bebras National Organisers

Oxford Logo

Oxford University is, in partnership with the Raspberry Pi Foundation, the National Organising Body of the UK Bebras Challenge. The University's support for the UK section of this international competition includes hosting events for Bebras students.
www.cs.ox.ac.uk/

 

Raspberry Pi Logo

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is, in partnership with the Oxford University, the National Organising Body of the UK Bebras Challenge. The Raspberry Pi Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to the advancement of education in computing and the use computing technology across other subjects, including STEM and the creative arts. In pursuit of its charitable mission the Foundation designs and sells the Raspberry Pi computer, a small credit card sized Linux computer that retails for $35. Proceeds from selling Raspberry Pis are ploughed back into supporting educational projects aligned to the Foundations goals via the Raspberry Pi Education Fund.
www.raspberrypi.org

 

Previous sponsors who helped us immensely

Google Logo

It was a pleasure to have Google sponsor us for three years. They encouraged us to be more ambitious than ever and generously provided the funding we need to realise those ambitions.
‚Äčwww.google.co.uk

 

ARM Logo

ARM Holding PLC is the world’s leading supplier of energy efficient microprocessor technology and it’s technology is at the heart of the world’s most advanced digital products. ARM designs scalable, energy efficient-processors that deliver the intelligence in applications ranging from sensors to servers, including smartphones, tablets, enterprise infrastructure and the Internet of Things. It’s technology enables the creation of new markets and the transformation of industries and society. If you have an portable digital product, you have an ARM powered device. As a FTSE 40 company, with headquarters in Cambridge UK, ARM was pleased to sponsor the UK chapter of the international Bebras informatics challenge.
www.arm.com

 

CAS Logo

The Computing at School (CAS) Working Group aims to promote the teaching of computer science at school. The support and encouragement of this organisation and its members have been of great importance in enabling the UK to enter the Bebras community successfully this year. 
www.computingatschool.org.uk