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Postgraduate taught

Computer Science

6th in the UK for Computer Science

The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020

Partner to the Alan Turing Institute and home to Exeter’s Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

Excellent facilities spanning a wide range of machine types and software ecosystems

Courses designed to launch and develop careers for those working in or entering data and technology-driven roles

Choosing to study Computer Science at Exeter means you’ll learn from teaching that draws directly from our particular research strengths in AI, machine learning, data science, statistical modelling, high performance computing and networks, and cyber-security.

We have designed these programmes to support you in lifelong learning, so you can use your studies to accelerate or redirect your career, or progress into further academic study or a PhD.

As a Computer Science postgraduate student at Exeter, you’ll be welcomed into a tight-knit, friendly department that supports close personal contact between staff and students.

You’ll work in a highly productive and well-organised research environment, with a suite of new teaching and research laboratories in the Harrison Building. Rich in current research and taught using industry standard software and methods, you can also choose to combine your degree with modules in Strategy, Marketing, Management and Leadership.

Computer Science at the University of Exeter is dedicated to teaching and supporting individuals within this advancing, dynamic subject to help them shape a better world.

Our business-linked, research-led programmes explore the breadth of Computer Science and its applications, enabling our students to undertake valuable work experience and supporting their journey to fulfil their career ambitions.

Our research community includes experts in artificial intelligence, data science, machine learning, computer vision, high performance computing, the future internet, and evolutionary algorithms. We work closely with other disciplines on a wide range of projects and enjoy a fruitful relationship with a variety of business partners, collaborating on diverse projects that encompass engineering, IT, telecoms, water, aviation and biosciences.

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Professor Ronaldo Menezes

Head of Computer Science