Why Computer Science at Warwick?
Our department offers a thriving community of excellence across the breadth of computer science. From the teaching, you will receive on your first day, to our pioneering research affecting the lives of people across the globe.
3 or 4-year computer science degree course? You can transfer between the two until the end of your second year (subject to academic performance).
Did you know that our degree courses have an ‘intercalated year’ option? This allows you to spend a sandwich year (between two years of your degree) studying abroad or working in industry, which will be reflected in your degree title.
Computer Science is
in the UK and
for careers after 15 months
(The Guardian’s Best UK Universities 2023 league table)
of graduates are in graduate employment or further study
within 15 months of graduation
(The Guardian’s Best UK Universities 2023 league table for Computer Science and Information Systems)
most targeted university
by UK’s top employers
(The Graduate Market 2023, High Fliers Research LTD)
We are committed to supporting students from diverse and under-represented backgrounds to study at Warwick and make the most of their university experience. We do this in a range of ways, including through our contextual admissions policy.
Once at Warwick, we offer students from WP backgrounds the opportunity to access financial support, work experience, internships, the WP Student Network and Warwick Scholars Programme.
Find out more here.
Parents & Supporters
We understand that the wellbeing of your child is extremely important to any parent, and coming to university can be a big adjustment, both for your child and for you.
At the University of Warwick, we fully understand this and are committed to providing a supportive, positive, and safe environment for all.
Support is available from our Wellbeing Support Services, Residential Community Team and Community Safety Department.
Find out more here.
Students with Additional Needs
We are committed to ensuring every student has an equitable learning experience at Warwick. We work closely with the University of Warwick’s Disability Service, who provide support and advice with managing the impact of a disability or long-term health condition, including specific learning differences, mental health, autism spectrum and many others.
How to fund your studies
Are you interested in the different funding opportunities we can offer? Find out more about scholarships and financial support that you might be eligible for.Funding opportunities