Computer Science

Computer Science

Computer Science at Hull was rated joint 6th for student satisfaction with their course (Guardian University Guide 2017). It sits within the School of Engineering and Computer Science in the Faculty of Science and Engineering.

COURSES

Our links to companies like Microsoft, Sony and Electronic Arts ensure that our courses stay industry standard, up to date and relevant. The range of modules means that you can tailor your studies to match your interests, with options such as programming, computational science and computer graphics.

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Postgraduate Research

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"There's always something happening here. It's a very dynamic place; very diverse."

Dimitar Nikovski
BSc Computer Science

WHY STUDY AT HULL?

You’ll be taught by researchers rated among the best in the UK. And you'll have access to state-of-the-art facilities. There are also opportunities to get involved with a host of extracurricular activities – a real upgrade to your CV.

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Our degrees have accreditation from the British Computer Society. This means that our graduates are fully exempt from the society's professional exam, and they get partial Chartered Engineer accreditation.

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You can gain essential industry experience working at SEED, the University’s commercial software development business.

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Our students are highly sought after by employers. In fact, according to the latest statistics, 91 % of students are in work or further study within six months of graduating. (HESA 2017)

CAREERS

Pursuing a career in computing, video games, teaching or the business, financial and public sectors? Your skills will be in demand. Many of our graduates now work for the likes of Sony, Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Rockstar Games, Dell and Fujitsu.

91% of graduates in work or further study within six months (HESA 2017)

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OUR RESEARCH

Our computer science research was ranked joint fifth in the UK for impact in the last national assessment. Specialist areas include computational science, computer gamification, dependable intelligent systems, robotics and AI, and simulation and visualization.

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