In Cognitive Science you will study the mental and computational abilities that make up the human mind. This includes reasoning, memory, problem-solving, human language and communication, and their underlying brain mechanisms.
You will explore how computational modelling complements the disciplines of psychology, philosophy and linguistics.
A cognitive science programme allows you to combine informatics with a range of courses from psychology, linguistics, philosophy and neuroscience. We are consistently highly ranked for research and teaching in Computer Science and Informatics, coming 20th in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016. Informatics students come from diverse backgrounds and enjoy a strong community that will support you in your studies and extra-curricular activities.