Want to be at the forefront of solving tomorrow’s real-world problems within the digital world? Our BSc in Computer Science will equip you with the key skills and knowledge in order for you to make an impact in the future of the digital world. Studying the three year BSc Computer Science programme at UEL will provide graduates with a solid foundation for entering careers across a broad range of specialism in Computing and IT careers, which includes programming, systems analysis, design and implementation. In addition to the broad range of computer science skills and knowledge acquired during the programme, you will develop a wide range of personal and professional skills including communication, presentation, negotiation, team working and time management skills. These sought-after skills will be useful throughout your working life and will increase your chances of finding a well-paid and interesting job after graduation. Students complete an academic year long project in their final year. This is a major piece of individual work that allows the students to choose the direction of their study, allowing students to develop their own ideas and integrate the various subjects studied. Students will also be involved in a series of team development projects within their second year and third year (MComp only) of study. In addition to the usual teaching and learning facilities such as laboratories, lecture and seminar rooms and a well-resourced library, students have access to a wide range of computing resources. Specialised labs are used for study of networking and operating system environments such as Windows and Unix. Students are provided with software tools for programming, database development, computer-aided software engineering, Internet access and Web-based development. The virtual learning environment Moddle is used to give extra support to students and allow easy communication between students and staff. The placement year (which can take place abroad) is the ideal opportunity to add to the skills gained during the first two years of the programme.