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Computing & Information Technology

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Computing & Information Technology courses

Our focused courses have been designed to combat the shortage of highly skilled graduates in the IT industry, which means excellent employment prospects.

As the computing sector is constantly evolving, so too are our courses to ensure you’re well-prepared for the world of work when you graduate. We regularly consult with industry experts to make sure that what we’re teaching you is relevant and meets best practice standards.

Our degrees in numbers:

£30.5k
The average salary after three years for BU Computer Science graduates
95%
Percentage of our graduates in this subject area who are in work or further study six months after finishing their course
8
Number of pathways available; you can swap courses after your first year if you decide another route is best for you

All statistics are taken from Unistats or BU institutional data unless otherwise stated.

Excellent connections

We have a long track record of working with multi-national organisations in many different sectors. These organisations feed back into our degrees so our students are fully prepared to hit the ground running when they enter the world of work. Companies we work with include:

Putting your new skills into practice

Our students are encouraged and supported to attend national and international conferences and competitions. Second year student Sophia McCall (pictured below) was part of Team UK for the European Cyber Security Challenge 2018. 

Sophia McCall, BU student

“Our lecturers have given us fantastic support to get us to the competitions, and their advice on particular challenges has been really supportive.”

Sophia McCall, BSc (Hons) Cyber Security Management.

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