The School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics develops courses in close consultation with industry and professional bodies to ensure that our graduates have the range of skills employers are looking for.
There are a series of open days for all students who have applied to study with us in 2014, held from February to April. All our applicants will be invited to attend one of these open days.
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The year 2012/2013 was a remarkable year for the School of Computing Engineering and Mathematics.
For a showcase of our progress, successes and expertise please view and download our first ever Annual Review.
New research studentships for 2014
The Doctoral College is providing 16 fully-funded research studentships starting in 2014, worth £60,000 each.
The new studentships available for CEM subjects are Advanced software engineering methods for security and privacy in cloud computing and Reducing the driver’s burden, as well as the multidisciplinary Development of state of the art 3D bioplotting technologies in regenerative medicine.
Other studentships are available. Find out more...
Students design website for deaf people
Two undergraduate computing students have designed a new website to enable deaf people to find trusted traders who can communicate with them. Find out more...
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