Designed for our next generation of thinkers

Discover our structured coding and STEM programs that inspire students to solve problems creatively and stand out! Join our lab as we embark on a journey together to learn STEM, coding, AI, and robotics!

Regular Weekly Programs

Using concepts of design thinking, we teach students to think, design, and solve problems in a innovative and creative way, so that they can thrive in the digital revolution nowadays.

STEM Explorer 

(Ages 6-9)

STEM Explorer

Stem & Coding  |  Age 6-9

Discover the inner world of digitilization with fun coding and electronics projects to inspire your kids to follow their curiosity.


(Ages 7-12)

MIT Scratch

Coding  |  Age 7-10

This course equips yours kids to make meaningful creations with Scratch, a block-based programming language.

MIT App Inventor

Coding  |  Age 9-12

Create apps to solve real life challenges! Work together to build practical apps that make impacts.


(Ages 8-13)

BBC micro:bit

Coding & Robotics  |  Age 8-11

Grasp how objects are integrated with hardware and software, and go on to create your own inventions with BBC micro:bit.


Coding & Robotics  |  Age 9-13

Use Arduino, an advanced controller endorsed by both academics and entrepreneurs, to tackle global challenges. 

AI Specialist 

(Ages 10+)


Coding  |  Age 10+

Combine logical thinking, creativity, and technical skills to craft a series of advanced JavaScript web interactive applications. 


Coding  |  Age 11+

Start off by building solid computer science concepts. Then, we will advance into image processing and deep learning together.


(Ages 11+)


Coding  |  Age 11+

Make your own cryptocurrency! Build your first simple blockchain with Python to support transactions and send your virtual money.

Our Curriculum

Powered by NVIDIA’s cutting edge technologies, we utilize artificial intelligence to generate substantial impacts in education and research. Our curriculum is designed by NVIDIA certified instructors, recognized by the Deep Learning Institute from NVIDIA. 

Curriculum Overview

Our programs are set up so that kids can build up core science and technology concepts in a constructive and structural manner. 

Nurturing and inspiring kids to innovate

Structured Programs

Our curriculum is well received by top international and local schools.

Experienced Instructors

Our teaching team comprises professional engineers, lecturers and PhD.

Personalized Learning

Small class sizes allow instructors to personalize their support for each student. 

Practical Applications

Students build an understanding through exploring real world challenges.

How We Teach

Mastery doesn't just occur overnight.

We provide students with a safe space to think big. By the end of the course, not only will they be equipped with technical knowledge, but also with soft skills that will last for years to come.

Our Exceptional Students

Watch our students present their final projects at our bi-annual STEM Project Presentation Day. 

Trusted By Parents

A pioneer in STEM education, their hands-on approach encourages kids to create their own projects by teaching both soft skills such as idea generation and presentation, and hard skills like coding and electric circuits. Kids get to learn in the real-life context.

Ms. Joey Law, 

TEDx Speaker

The program that my son attended is a perfect way to introduce our youth to the numerous possibilities of technology. My son was totally excited about the class and he came out of it with the confidence that he is able to create anything he imagines. This is truly powerful and inspiring.

Dr. Michael Sung,

HKUST, School of Engineering

It was a mind blowing experience for my grandson. Monica is a great teacher! My grandson said that he wanted to be a Lego builder and an electronic engineer!

Mr. Kenneth So,

HKETA, Honorary Advisor


What is the format of the programs?

Our structured programs are intended to allow your kids to focus on their interests. While students are recommended to complete all modules in a program, students who sign up for one module are not required to sign up for the next.

Should I complete all modules in a program? 

It is not a requirement to complete all modules in a program. However, students who graduate from a program, ie. taken all modules, are awarded with a program completion certificate. Contact us so we can help you decide which course is most suitable for your kids. 

How do the programs differ from each other? 

Each program is designed with different core concepts for kids of different ages. For example, the inventor program is designed to focus on both engineering and coding concepts, while the technologist program focuses on exploring coding concepts and skills. You can pick the programs based on your kids' interests or strengths. 

What is the difference between the regular and intensive program?

Our regular weekly courses are structured in a way that is tailor-made according to each kid’s needs. During the regular program, our instructors are able to dedicate their personalized attention and care for your kids for their long term development of interest in technology and innovation

Intensive courses are short and fun. They are a great entryway to STEM and coding. Many of our students end up joining the weekly regular program after being exposed to the Blueinno learning environment.

Regular Weekly Programs

Blueinno Technology offers structured and innovative STEM programs designed to inspire students and cultivate critical skills for the digital age. Their curricula include coding, AI, and robotics, tailored to various age groups. The programs encompass STEM Explorers (Ages 6-9)Technologists (Ages 7-11)Inventors (Ages 8-12)AI Specialists (Age 10 and above), and Innovators (Age 11 and above). Each course melds theoretical knowledge with practical applications, addressing real-world challenges. These programs, driven by NVIDIA's state-of-the-art technologies, are led by experienced instructors, including professional engineers and university lecturers. Emphasizing personalized learning, the programs encourage students to think both creatively and innovatively, equipping them for upcoming technological advancements.

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