Knowledge gained in earlier stages of the computing programmes is consolidated and integrated into a substantial project. Students work in teams, champion professional roles, design and develop a software solution for a given scenario. The project integrates and expands upon software development stages covered on the course (project management, analysis, design, construction, communication, security and/or networking). Even if you do not meet the standard requirements, we will consider each application on its own merits. Our Admissions Panel will consider whether any alternative/incomplete qualifications or work experience you have are suitable for entry to the programme. This module will enable you to develop your knowledge and understanding of the key mathematical underpinnings of computer science, to aid you in problem solving and programming.

If English is not your first language you may also need to meet our English language requirements. Students taking BTEC National Extended Diplomas in science or engineering will also be considered, but the above requirement for A-level Maths still stands. Guidance on preparatory reading for applicants interested in Computer Science, as well as guidance on developing practical experience. Some may be asked by their College to do some reading in advance of their interview, but if this is required the College will provide full details in the letter inviting the student to interview. All applicants for Computer Science are required to take the Test of Mathematics for University Admission at an authorised assessment centre , for which you must be registered in advance.

In addition, our employer-endorsed award-winningPersonal Skills Award recognises your extra-curricular activities, and provides an accredited employability programme designed to improve your career prospects. Our courses are especially designed, at every stage, to equip you with the knowledge, academic skill and transferable skills you need for a successful career in industry or research. Being taught and challenged in a range of ways and by a range of people help to not only broaden your knowledge but to allow you to build your network and discover your interests.

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For more details on the provision available see the Welsh Provision expander below. • You will have access to dedicated computer laboratories and specialised equipment for projects, including Arduinos, smart home technologies and virtual reality headsets. We have a direct Apply System which makes application easy and fast for international students. The University will charge the tuition fees that are stated in the above table for the first Academic Year of study. For Home Students, if Parliament permit an increase in tuition fees, the University may increase fees for each subsequent year of study in line with any such changes.

  • It also allows you to pursue your own lines of enquiry and become an independent thinker.
  • A Diploma (D3/D4), with good grades, from a recognised Indonesian institution.
  • If you are unsure as to which entry route you are eligible for, please apply via the standard entry route only.
  • A key part of Computer Science is building software with which people can interact.

Successful completion of Part III leads to the MEng qualification, as well as the BA degree attained at the end of Part II. It is possible to change from computer science to another course at the end of the first year or second year, although in practice students rarely do.

Specific topics will include introductory algorithms, algorithm correctness, algorithm runtime, as well as big-O notation. Essential data structures and algorithmic programming skills will be covered, such as arrays, lists and trees, searching and sorting, recursion, and divide and conquer. Students who have successfully completed a Polytechnic Diploma may be considered for entry to our undergraduate degree programmes .

That’s about 40 hours of classes and independent study each week during term time. Everyone learns at a different rate, so the number of hours you spend on independent study will be different to other students on your course. As you progress through the course you will develop your skills to become a more independent learner. You’ll also spend time working on your individual research project later on in the course, in addition to timetabled activity. Make immediate and effective contributions as part of multidisciplinary teams in industry, consultancy or education, by managing workloads, optimising resources and meeting deadlines, using experiences from team projects. This module covers some of the essential skills and knowledge which will help you to study independently and produce work of a high academic standard which is vital for success at York.

These techniques are widely used in the technology industry for a variety of applications. Cambridge was a pioneer of computer science and continues to lead its development. There are more than 1,000 specialist computing and advanced technology companies and commercial laboratories in the area (known as ‘Silicon Fen’). A number of local firms and start-ups support our teaching and employ our graduates, in areas from chip design to mathematical modelling and AI. Undertake a placement in a school or college to develop practical teaching and communication skills, as well as understanding of the education process. For more information about tuition fees, any reduced fees for study abroad and work placement years, scholarships, tuition fee loans, maintenance loans and living costs seeundergraduate fees and funding.

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Our daily lives involve complex tasks, requiring interaction with a plethora of computer systems. User experience design is a critical part of the development of these systems. Virtual reality is the creation of immersive, simulated environments using computer systems. Advancements in technology has now put virtual reality in the hands of the consumer.

Departments that are not part of this list can still consider Diplomas for entry to undergraduate programmes. Diplomas that are not on the list will be considering on an individual basis and may require you to provide further details such as the curriculum and module transcripts to identify suitability. Holders of the Indian Standard XII will be considered for entry to the first year of our undergraduate degree programmes. Holders of Higher Diplomas with a good performance (at least B+ or GPA 3.2 above) will be considered for entry to year 2 of relevant undergraduate degree programmes within Engineering and computer science. Students who have completed one or two years of a Bachelors degree from an Ethiopian university with excellent grades can be considered for entrance to undergraduate programmes. For study on our Foundation and Undergraduate programmes, English Language at grade C or above in the General Certificate of Education Ordinary Level is sufficient to meet the standard English language requirements.