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Computer science and informatics courses

Hone your talent for technology with computer science and informatics

If you’ve got a talent for tech our close industry links with partners like KPMG will give you the edge on careers including IT project development and applications design.

Middlesex Clearing 2021

Most our courses are now in Clearing. Apply now to secure your place.

Computer science and informatics at Middlesex

You’ll have access to high-quality specialist digital and wireless laboratories, equipped with industry standard software, hardware and tools.

As a Cisco Local Academy, we have partnerships with Arm, Opnet and Xilinx University, you’ll have opportunities to work on live projects and develop your skills on the latest technology from Cisco and National Instruments.

Plus, at postgraduate level we provide a launch-pad to collaborate with leading names like Microsoft.

Studying computing at Middlesex University

Hear from current student Alvi about what it's like to study computing at Middlesex University.

Our Computer Science and Informatics courses at a glance

Cutting-edge facilities

Access to our state-of-the-art facilties, including our problem solving rooms that mimic real-life working environments.

Placements and experience

Some of our courses offer optional industry placements so you can make connections and build up your practical experience.

Shape your learning

Tailor your learning with optional modules to support your areas of interest.

We are ranked 176-200 in the world for Computer Science.

THE World University Rankings, 2019

Computer and communications engineering facilities

As a computer science student, you will have access to a wide range of advanced equipment and software.

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