Last Call: Register Your Activity until the End of the Year

Publication date: December 26, 2023

The end of the year is fast approaching, and as we reflect on the incredible success of Code Week events held throughout the year, we extend our heartfelt gratitude to the passionate individuals, educators, and students who have contributed to making Code Week a resounding success. As we stand on the brink of a remarkable milestone—70,000 registered events for this year—we urge you to ensure that your Code Week events are counted in this collective achievement. Registering is quick and easy, and your participation adds to the vibrant community that makes Code Week a global celebration of digital literacy and coding skills. 


Register your activity!

Registering an activity couldn’t be easier – you simply need to add it to the EU Code Week map. Then, once you’ve registered an activity on the EU Code Week website and successfully completed your event, it’s time to take the next step—reporting your activity and receiving your well-deserved Code Week certificate.  

Follow the video tutorial!

Don’t worry, the process is straightforward. Access the link that you received in your follow-up email from Code Week or navigate to your Code Week profile and find the ‘Report Your Activities’ section. Completing a brief form with the required information is all it takes. Additionally, remember, accuracy is key as the form cannot be modified once submitted.  

My certificates

Moreover, after submitting your activity report, your certificate awaits you in the “My Certificates” section of your Code Week profile. To guide you through the process, check out our video tutorials on How to Report your Code Week Activity (above) and How to Get your Code Week Certificate (below). Register your activity and download your certificate to proudly share your achievement. 

Finally, your efforts contribute to the vibrant Code Week community, so you should be proud of your achievements. You can promote your activity on social media using the #CodeWeek hashtag. You can also share on the EU Code Week Teacher’s group and on Twitter (@CodeWeekEU) – we would love to hear about the activities that you have organised as part of EU Code Week 2023.