Follow the links to learn more about what you will learn and how we will teach you:
Single honours programmes (BSc/MSci): Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Distributed and Networked Systems, Information Security, and Software Engineering, all with a Year-in-Industry pathway.
Joint or major honours programmes (BSc): Computer Science and Mathematics, Computer Science with Management, and Digital Media Culture & Technology.
Outlines of computer science modules are available here (PDF version here).
Please refer to the course finder on the right for full entry requirements. We are always on the look out for good, well-motivated students, even if they do not have exactly the right qualifications. Evidence of a serious interest in an area of Computer Science, especially programming, is very welcome. We especially encourage mature students to apply, and have a commitment to widening participation to allow the benefits of higher education to everyone, regardless of their income or background. Please see the College's widening participation webpages for more information.
We also sometimes accept students for direct entry into the second year if they are suitably qualified; generally this means that you must have some prior experience in Java programming. For any questions on these issues, or whether you might be qualified, please contact our Undergraduate admissions team: email@example.com
Our admissions tutors are Gregory Gutin and Magnus Wahlström.
Check the College pages for fees and the wide range of sources of funding that are available to students applying to our Department.
In addition, the Department offers a scholarship:
The Donald Davies Scholarship
This scholarship pays £1,000 in the first year, renewable at the rate of £500 in the second, third and fourth (MSci) years (subject to end of year examination results). All new undergraduate Computer Science applicants are considered for this scholarship. Selection is by the Admissions team and is based on academic ability.
For further information please visit this webpage.
As soon as you have been made an offer via UCAS, you will be invited to attend one of our Applicant Visit Days, when you can see the College and the Department, find out more about your course, meet staff and ask questions.