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Welcome: Study with us and learn the practical skills that will help you get a job in computer networks, software engineering and games technology.

Computing

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Planning to study a Computing undergraduate course with us? You could have the cost of your tuition fees covered in full. Register your interest, apply for a September 2017 start and you could be successful.

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Practical skills that boost your job prospects

The School of Computing and Digital Technology offers an extensive range of courses, many containing the essential skills you need to enhance your employability.

Nearly 1,400 students study here and take advantage of our industry standard networked laboratories, which run the latest software, giving you the best possible introduction to the technologies you will encounter in the world of work.

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