Computer Science MComp
Through the study of computer science, you'll learn how to understand the theoretical issues underlying a problem and how to engineer a solution. You can experiment with speech recognition, voice synthesis, text summarisation, machine translation, robot learning and control, computational biology or virtual reality.

You'll learn to program, think analytically, work in a team and develop your communication skills. In the third year, half of your time is spent on a substantial individual project, giving you scope for creative and intellectual input. In the final year, you'll also get the chance to be part of a research team, working alongside a member of staff in one of our research labs. You'll also have the chance to work in our student-run software company, Genesys Solutions.
MComp Award
Study Mode
4 years Duration
G400 UCAS Code

Entry Requirements For This Course

A*AA including Maths; A*AAB including A in Maths and Computer Science

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