Online Courses and Summer Schools:
Highlight the specific topics or skills you learned during your online summer schools.
Mention any relevant online courses you've taken in computer science or related fields.
Absolutely include a project in your personal statement. It can demonstrate practical application of your skills and passion for the subject.
Consider developing a personal project that aligns with your interests. For example, you could create a website, a simple game, or a Python application.
If you have the opportunity to contribute to an open-source project or collaborate with others, that would be a valuable experience.
Even if you couldn't find specific work experience in London, any work experience can be valuable. It demonstrates skills such as teamwork, communication, and responsibility.
If you're interested in technology, any role where you use or apply technology skills (even if not directly related to computer science) can be relevant.
If you've achieved anything noteworthy related to your interests or skills, such as winning a coding competition or completing a challenging project, be sure to mention it.
Expressing your future plans or goals in the field of computer science can also be beneficial. Admissions tutors like to see that you have a clear idea of what you want to achieve.