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Welcome to BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT,Isle of Man Section website. Our section was created on the 7th of July 2004 as an international section of the BCS as per other jurisdictions such as Jersey, Guernsey, Switzerland and Hong Kong.

Our Section holds either a professional or social event each month from September to June. There may also be impromptu social events in July and August. Our events are normally open to non-members.

Our forthcoming events are published on our web site and if you happen to be on the Isle of Man at a time coinciding with an open event please join us. If you are a BCS member and regular visitor to the island or would like to register with the Section anyway, then please update your details held by the BCS.

Annual General Meeting – October 24th

The Annual General Meeting of the Isle of Man International Section of the BCS, as well as the Annual Meeting of BCS (IoM) Limited, to be held at The Claremont Hotel, Douglas on 24th October, starting at 6:00 pm, with light refreshments being available from 5:30 pm.  More details on the AGM can be found here.

Whilst the requirement to hold an AGM is a legal requirement it is appreciated that the formalities may not appeal to all, so immediately following the AGM the branch will be hosting a series of lightening talks listed below:


Naveed Parvez, CEO, Andiamo

He will share insights on medtech 3d scanning and 3d printing, NHS barriers to better patient services at lower cost, crowdfunding from the horses mouth (they have a campaign ending on 20th October) and winning the IBM Global Entrepreneur programme a week ago.


David Brown, Head of Product Development, CoinCorner

Actually, bitcoin is only one example of blockchain technology.  What are some of the other possibilities and does the Isle of Man have the credibility and the right sort of software development capability?

Tickets can be booked below: