Computer Science is a rapidly evolving subject that touches every aspect of our lives.
At the School of Computing you’ll work with outstanding academics who share your passion and can guide you towards new areas in your field.
Join us now to make a difference in tomorrow’s world.
Our specialist taught degrees allow you to sharpen your focus and hone your skills in areas including cyber security, artificial intelligence, and networks and security. You can also study a computer science conversion degree, which gives graduates in any subject the chance to gain computing skills.
Full-time taught Master’s students can also undertake a work placement of between eight and 50 weeks. For Tier 4 students, the placement is available for a year only. The experience you gain on your placement gives you an extra edge when applying for jobs in the future.
We are also offering a Computing Taught Postgraduate Excellence Scholarship - application deadline 1 July 2022.
From systems security, programming languages and communications, to computational intelligence, memory management, and interdisciplinary work with biosciences and psychology, a research degree in Computer Science will set you at the forefront of technological development, allowing you to make a difference in tomorrow's world.
Find out more about our research programmes here.
This conversion course focuses on how computer science and artificial intelligence can solve complex problems in the world.
This conversion course will give you the opportunity to establish a foundation in cyber security from technical and multidisciplinary perspectives.
This programme is for students whose research will produce an original contribution in their chosen field of study.
On this NCSC fully certified programme, you learn the essential skills to support cyber security within commercial and government organisations