There has never been a more exciting time to study computer science. In an age where visionary technologies are infiltrating global industries and quickly becoming the everyday, computer science is now a necessity in most sectors and businesses. From data structures and algorithms to AI and cyber security, find your ideal computer science Clearing course today.

Computer Science degree Clearing places

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Computer science has progressed so much over the last 20 years that the smartphone in your hand is more powerful than the world’s leading desktop computers once were. Whether you’re interested in our cyber security courses, computer networks courses, software engineering or computer science programmes, we will support you in developing a solution-focused approach and critical awareness of applying the right skills to complete a specific goal.

If you choose to complete your computer science degree here at Salford, you will benefit from a supportive environment through small group teaching and one-to-one support from your course tutors. We also encourage you to undertake an optional placement to allow you to gain hands-on experience while earning your own income. Our experienced teaching team maintains strong links with industry and professional bodies, providing you with the opportunity to gain multiple perspectives from the IT industry and to develop the skills you need for today’s digital age.

What do Computer Science degree clearing courses involve?

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If you secure a place on one of our computer science degree Clearing courses, your programme of study will begin with core modules in areas such as artificial intelligence, networking and computer graphics. As you progress into year two, you will build knowledge in data mining, data structures, networking and design patterns. In your final year, there will be a range of optional modules to choose from, alongside completing an individual project that will demonstrate your understanding of computer science.

One of the many advantages of being a computer science undergraduate at Salford is that we also offer the opportunity to specialise in subject areas that may be more applicable to your career goals. For example, our software engineering Clearing courses focus on how software systems are embedded in all aspects of daily life – from commerce and industry to healthcare and communication. And with our cyber security Clearing course, we will equip you with the specialist knowledge required to defend against data breaches and to keep systems secure.

Are you interested in one of our computer science degree Clearing places, but need additional preparation? Interested in developing your skillsets before pursuing our computer science with cyber security degree? Consider applying for one of our computer science with foundation year Clearing places, which will help you build your technical skills and confidence, ready to progress onto one of our industry-accredited computing degree courses.

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Discover Hackcamp

Collaborative learning is at the core of our approach here at Salford. Learn more about Hackcamp, which brings together our computer science and software engineering students working in groups with industry mentors to hack a solution to a real-world problem in just three weeks.

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Computer Science Degree Facilities at Salford

You can apply for a Computer Science Clearing course as soon as you have your results. 

If you need to arrange a more convenient time to talk, request a call back and we'll get in touch at a time that suits you.

While we recommend calling as the quickest way to get an offer, if you're not able to call you can also apply online. Message @salforduni on Facebook or Twitter with the word ‘Clearing’. Once we've received your message, we'll take you through the next steps.