- Aberystwyth University’s Computer Science department provides excellent teaching as demonstrated by an overall satisfaction rating of 91% in the latest National Student Survey (NSS), significantly higher than the UK average of 86%.
- We prepare our students very successfully for the job market. The annual Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey shows that 95% of our undergraduate students who graduated in 2014 are in employment or further study, just six months after graduation. This is much higher than the national average of 89%.
- Many of our degrees include a year-long paid industrial placement (with substantially reduced fees simply to cover supervision and marking). This adds a very significant boost to your CV and is important for employability.
- We start teaching valuable team working skills when we take our students in their first years to historic Gregynog Hall where they form teams and solve a series of tasks designed to help acquire team working skills.
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- BSc Computer Science - UCAS G400, Mauritius UCAS G40M
- BSc Computer Science (includes foundation year) - UCAS G40F
- BSc Computer Science (with year in industry) - UCAS G401, Mauritius UCAS G4MM
- BSc Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence - UCAS GG4R
- BSc Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence (with year in industry) - UCAS GG47
- BSc Artificial Intelligence and Robotics - UCAS GH76
- BSc Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (with year in industry) - UCAS GH7P
- BSc Computer Graphics Vision and Games - UCAS G450
- BSc Computer Graphics, Vision and Games (with year in industry) - UCAS G451
- BSc Internet Computing and Systems Administration - UCAS H602
- BSc Internet Computing and Systems Administration (with year in industry) - UCAS H603
- BSc Business Information Technology - UCAS G500
- BSc Business Information Technology (with year in industry) - UCAS G501
- BEng Software Engineering (includes a year in industry) - UCAS G600
- MEng Software Engineering (includes a year in industry) - UCAS G601
- Joint Degrees and Major/Minor combinations
The Department of Computer Science is committed to developing global partnerships and works in collaboration with a broad range of partners around the world. Formal links and partnerships operate in areas of research, economic regeneration, international development, teaching and learning and student/staff exchange.
International Foundation Certificate (IFC) courses:
Further details of our international partners can be found on the following webpage: