Computer science

Study computer science and make your mark on the future. 

Our courses provide you with the foundation knowledge and industrial experience you need to develop mobile applications, drive web development, learn about advances in cyber security and develop business solutions. 

  • Our courses are informed by research conducted in the Surrey Centre for Cyber Security, recognised by the UK government’s National Cyber Security Centre, and other leading research groups 
  • 95 per cent of our computer science graduates secure a professional or managerial job within six months (Unistats).

Studentships

Meta-Interpretive Learning from textual data studentship

Funding information:
This PhD studentship has an annual stipend of £20,000 plus full coverage of tuition fees, for the duration of the study.

Computer Vision and Deep Learning for Autonomous Vehicles Guidance and Navigation

Funding information:
This is an industrial funded studentship in collaboration with an external partner. The studentship covers the University tuition fees (at EU/UK level) and provides an annual tax free stipend (rate for 2020-2021 is £15,285 p.a. tax-free).  It will also cover UK/EU fees. Please note, it will not cover the overseas tuition fees (currently £22K from Oct 2020) for students who are outside of the EU.

Computer Vision and Deep Learning for Automatic Sign Language Recognition, Translation and Production

Funding information:
This studentship is part of a larger project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) called SMILE2 and is a successful continuation of our previous collaboration between the University of Surrey, IDIAP, HfH Zurich and the University of Zurich. The studentship covers the University tuition fees (at EU/UK level) and provides an annual tax-free stipend (rate for 2020-2021 is £15,285 p.a. tax-free).  It will also cover UK/EU fees. For exceptional candidates there is the opportunity that an additional bursary can be provided for the overseas tuition fees (currently £22K from Oct 2020) for students who are outside of the EU.

Students and graduates