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Computer and communications engineering courses

Shape your future with computer and communications engineering

Fast-track your career in computing with access to high-tech labs with the latest Cisco and Xilinx equipment. Learn how to harness digital, mobile and network systems and keep them secure.

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Discover more about our range of courses and get a feel for life at Middlesex for yourself at our next Open Day.

    Why study computer science and communication engineering at Middlesex?

    We are a Cisco Local Academy, and have a number of industry-leading partnerships to be taken advantage of (Siemens, Festo and more). Our courses will allow you to learn a range of practical skills and knowledge at the forefront of industry.

    What will you learn/gain?

    You will gain valuable connections, working with academics who are leaders in fields such as Digital Twin Modelling, 5G and IoT research, Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning and Spectrum Sensing.

    What are your career prospects?

    Computer science and communications engineering-based courses will provide you with the skills required to start your journey into tech-based careers. Some example career routes include IT project manager, systems engineering, network engineer, systems designer, forensic computer analyst/scientist and more.

  • Undergraduate Year 2 and Year 3 Entry courses

Our Computer and Communications Engineering courses at a glance

Cutting-edge facilities

Exciting industry connections

We are a
Cisco Local Academy

Computer and communications engineering facilities

As a computer communications student in the Faculty of Science and Technology, you will have access to a wide range of advanced equipment and software.

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Meet Our Grads: Computing/IT

Want to find out more about how we support you with your career? Hear from our Computer Science graduates.

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