Why study Computer Science?
By studying a degree in Computer Science, you will be able to develop your computation and information skills through practical and theoretical methods.
As Computer Science can integrate with a number of different degree courses, you could end up studying on a degree course that you may not have originally thought of that not only allows you to learn more about Computer Science but also about a different subject altogether! Not only is this an exciting prospect but it also broadens your skillset making you more employable upon graduation.
What degree courses can you study at university?
There are a variety of Computer Science courses that you could study at university including:
- Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science
- Astrophysics and Computer Science
- Computer Science
- Computer Science with Business
- Computer Science with Games Programming
- Computer Science with Mulitmedia
- Cyber Security and Computer Forensics
- Data Science
- Mathematics and Computer Science
What career could I progress to?
Possibilities are endless as the variety of Computer Science degree courses available can lead you to a multitude of career pathways!
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Queen Mary University of London
BSc (Hons) Computer Science with Business Management and Accounting
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BSc (Hons) Computer Science
The University of Bristol is a university that has a high overall ranking and high research quality. Therefore, I chose this university to study my degree.
University of Bristol
MEng (Hons) Mathematics and Computer Science