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School of Computing and Technology

Computing facilities at the Park campus at the University of Gloucestershire

Work in newly built facilities, equipped with industry-standard technology

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Courses offered by the School of Computing and Technology

Design work

Build your technical and entrepreneurial skills

Work with industry names such as Hewlett Packard, Fujitsu and Accenture.

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Business Computing, Computer and Cyber Forensics, Computer Games Design, Computer Games Programming, Computing, Cyber and Computer Security, Digital Media and Web Technologies and Product Design

We offer a range of up-to-date course titles to reflect the rapid progress of computing technology and the needs of business, industry and public organisations as well as education and social life.

Staff within the school work closely with local industry and government institutions to ensure we are able to provide students with courses that are relevant and current and therefore provide a good platform for employment. You will have many opportunities to work on ‘live’ projects for external clients and so gain real world experience whilst you study for your degree. In addition, you will have the opportunity to undertake an optional one-year paid placement through our four-year sandwich degree, which will greatly enhance your employment prospects.

The degrees we offer range from the highly technical (BSc Computing and BSc Forensic Computing) to the creative (BSc Multimedia Web Design and BSc Computer Games Design) to the business oriented (BSc Information and Communications Technology and BSc Information Technology). All these degrees allow you to develop high levels of technical skills, which can be hard work, but will also be very rewarding and lead to a range of well paid employment.

Whatever the choice of degree, you will develop excellent broad-base technical and problem-solving skills that will stand you in good stead in any future career.

Computing students at work in the lab