Why Study Computing Here?

Our wide range of technical, commercial and creative courses - all professionally relevant - has seen us consistently ranked top for graduate job prospects.

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  • 30% of Scotland's software engineers live and work in Aberdeen.
  • Make valuable connections with potential employers through stimulating placement opportunities.
  • Commercial collaboration at local, national and international level ensures our teaching and project work stays up-to-date.
  • Take a first foundation year to gain a broad base of practical computing skills.
  • Balance theory and practice so that learning is always useful and relevant.
  1. Computing Careers News - from Scotland on Sunday

    School of Computing teasers

    Computing graduates in demand - report from ScotlandIS.

  1. Frances Buchanan - MSc Software Technology

    Frances Buchanan - MSc Software Technology

    Frances Buchanan shares her experience of winning the Scott Trust Technology Bursary last year and encourages others to apply.

    Frances Buchanan - MSc Software Technology Software Engineering Course PgCert/PgDip/MSc

Events

  1. 18, February, 2016 Computation of emotions

    Sir Ian Wood Building

    Peter Robinson, Professor of Computer Technology at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory, will deliver a presentation on the computation of emotions at this event organised by the Aberdeen branch of the Chartered Institute for IT.  

  2. 25, February, 2016 Postgraduate Open Evening

    Postgraduate Study 2014

    There has never been a better time to embark on a postgraduate course. Find out more at our open evening in February.  


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