Graduates who can offer employers a thorough understanding of the application of computing to business situations, in addition to expertise in another specialism, are in great demand. This joint-honours degree enables you to combine the study of computing with the modern language of German. Computing at Kent focuses on the practical application of computers rather than the more theoretical aspects of computer science. You can choose to spend either a half or a quarter of your time studying computing – the remainder is spent studying German, which is the perfect foundation for an international career. We offer the opportunity for you to spend a year studying or working abroad in a German speaking country, where you can experience the language and culture of Germany or Austria first hand, make some useful contacts and practising your language skills.