Durham University's Computer Science degrees have been designed to be demanding, intellectually challenging and are scientifically, technologically and industry relevant. Mathematics provides the logic and language underpinning much of modern computer science, just as it does for physics and engineering. Participate in the research culture of the Computer Science Department through group and individual projects in areas from algorithms to image processing and parallel computing. Academics suggest project topics from their own areas of research, so you have the opportunity to work close to the cutting edge of Computer Science, supervised by a leader in the field.
02 August 2020 - 07 August 2020
20 PROGRAMME PLACES
A levels, or equivalent, must include Maths for this subject.