Computing Science at Newcastle has an international reputation for excellence in both teaching and research. The Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) is the UK’s official survey of research quality in universities and higher education colleges. In the 2008 RAE, 70% of our research was classed as world leading or internationally excellent, with research strengths in a number of fields. These include:
This feeds into our undergraduate teaching and ensures that our degree programmes incorporate the very latest developments in computing.
Naturally, you will have access to the very latest computing facilities, including our modern dedicated teaching labs. Our students also benefit from a large number of networked computer systems and specialist pieces of research equipment for research projects, such as our immersive virtual reality suite, and motion capture facilities and 3D printing. We are also able to provide state-of-the-art video conferencing, and technologies for conference and collaborative learning.
If you wish to spend a year in industry between your second and final years, all our undergraduate degrees include this option. The School has many contacts with local, national and international industry and will help you make suitable arrangements for your year out.
All our undergraduate degrees are accredited by the British Computer Society, which exempts you from further examinations if you decide to apply for Chartered Engineering status after graduating. For further information visit www.bcs.org.
Take a look at the degrees on offer and don't hesitate to contact us if you have a question or would like to chat about your options with us in more detail.
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