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Masters degrees

'Big Data' and 'The Internet of Things', the areas of fastest growth in the world, all with a one-year internship

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Working with companies

There are multiple ways of working together with our students and our experts, in training and in research

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BSc/MSci degrees

Design the pathway that best matches your ambitions and stimulates your creativity

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Working with schools

We are keen to motivate young people, across age groups and of all genders, to study computer science

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Artificial Intelligence

You can learn advanced topics such as Deep Learning, used by Google's DeepMind

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Distributed Systems

New modules allow you to learn how to connect billions of devices in The Internet of Things

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Information Security

Our Integrated Masters is one of only two to have been provisionally certified by GCHQ 

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Software Engineering

A software company is being created to give students experience in real software projects

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Computer Science is committed to supporting female students and staff at all levels.


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Ιnformatics Εurope member
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Our student Computing Society


News

New National Cyber Security Strategy confirms funding for Royal Holloway's Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security

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New National Cyber Security Strategy confirms funding for Royal Holloway's Centre for Doctoral Training in Cyber Security
Date:
04/11/2016
Leading the UK team at the European Cyber Security Challenge 2016

Leading the UK team at the European Cyber Security Challenge 2016

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Tim Carrington leads the UK team at the European Cyber Security Challenge 2016
Date:
30/10/2016
Prize for Capture the Flag hacking squad

Prize for Capture the Flag hacking squad

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Three researchers from Royal Holloway's Capture the Flag (CTF) team took third prize in the 2016 Android Hacking Event organized at Fraunhofer SIT, Darmstadt, Germany.
Date:
25/10/2016

Events

Seminar Martin Berger

Seminar Martin Berger

Date
13/12/2016
Location:
Bourne Annex 290
Description
Departmental Seminar
Seminar Remi Watrigant

Seminar Remi Watrigant

Date
10/01/2017
Location:
Bourne Annex 290
Description
Departmental Seminar
Seminar Arnold Beckman

Seminar Arnold Beckman

Date
17/01/2017
Location:
Bourne Annex 290
Description
Departmental Seminar
 
 
 

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