A Computer Science degree at a UK university will provide you with the core skills needed to shape businesses and organisations. New tools, programs and development kits will help develop your knowledge and ability in areas such as IT, games development, software engineering, design and security. UK universities are at the forefront of Computer Science, with many departments conducting research for the world's top companies.
Computer Science odules will cover database design, network systems, computer hardware and the internet, as well as groundbreaking technology such as virtual reality, artificial intelligence and app design. The UK has been instrumental in the development of computing and continues to deliver ground-breaking innovations in the 21st century.
Computer Science graduates boast enviable employment opportunities as system analysts, independent consultants, software developers, programmers, data analysts and managers. Upon graduation, initial employment will involve training schemes, entry-level programmer positions and junior members of project teams. The need for talent across all sectors and industries allows Computer Science graduates to choose which field they wish to work in.
Source: The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.
Please note that entry requirements vary for each UK university.
To learn more about the best Computer Science courses in the UK, find details on the top ten ranking Computer Science and Information Systems universities in the Guardian University Guide 2020 below:
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