As well as more than 1,300 PCs throughout the University, the School of Computing Science has over 300 dedicated PCs running Windows and Linux to provide its own undergraduate and postgraduate students with unparalleled learning resources.
Many student projects take place within our internationally-recognised research groups. This involves the use of cutting-edge research facilities such as the Virtual Reality suite and interaction technologies found in the Open Lab (Floor 3, 89 Sandyford Road) - the University's centre for digital practice.
Take a virtual tour around our school facilities.
The University library provides a collection of subject specific resources for computing science including multiple copies of some recommended texts. The main library catalogue may be accessed over the campus network, as can many major database services and a list of new acquisitions. Selected course texts are available online via the library's Safari e-book service.