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Undergraduate degrees

Computing is a dynamic and fast-moving area. From artificial intelligence to virtual reality and new technologies for business, computer scientists are shaping the future. The quality of our research, and the funding it attracts, means we’re able to invest in world-class facilities and academic staff who are actively engaged in cutting-edge research, which means you will be taught by internationally renowned, inspirational academics working at the top of their fields.

We also contribute to the multidisciplinary Mechatronics and Robotics MEng, BEng.

Enhancing your degree

Studying abroad is a great way to enhance your university experience, develop as a person, and grow in confidence.

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Taking an industrial placement during your course gives you a competitive edge when taking your next steps.

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Studying a four-year Integrated Masters, extends your studies to Masters level.

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Study in the School of Computing

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Study high-performance graphics and games engineering

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Why study at Leeds?

Hands-on learning: The project work you’ll carry out on your course will give you hands-on experience. This gives you the opportunity to explore your subject further as well as develop valuable skills in problem-solving, communication and teamwork.

Flexible degrees: Enhance your learning by choosing to take a study abroad year or industry placement, which develops your independence and is attractive to employers.

Career prospects: Our graduates are highly sought after by leading employers. 100% of UK based graduates who responded from the School of Computing are in graduate level employment such as professional or managerial work within 15 months of graduation. (Graduating cohort 2020/21, Graduate Outcome Survey)

Research-led learning: Our globally recognised research feeds directly into your course and shapes what you learn with the latest thinking. Benefit from our partnership with the Alan Turing Institute, the UK’s national institute for data science and artificial intelligence.

Modern spaces: Access state-of-the-art facilities situated within the Sir William Henry Bragg building, including a robotics teaching lab, Virtual Reality and study spaces.

Global community: When you choose to study at the University of Leeds, you'll join a friendly, supportive and diverse community of students and researchers who come from all over the world.

Supporting your studies: We support you from the moment you arrive to help you adjust to studying at university, and you'll be guided through your course by your personal tutor. We’re proud to have been awarded Silver Athena SWAN status which shows our strong commitment to equality.

Exploring Leeds

Grand buildings, iconic landmarks and sustainable green space: our single-site campus has it all. When you study at the University of Leeds, you’ll be on the doorstep to one of the most vibrant and multicultural cities in the UK, with the benefit of enjoying our historic campus.

Funding your degree

If you have the talent, drive and potential to succeed, we want to make sure you can study with us whatever your financial circumstances. Find out about the different types of funding available in our funding overview and scholarships directory.

Find your place

One of the best ways to find out what it's like to live and study in Leeds is by speaking to a student. We have over 100 ambassadors live on Unibuddy, and you can search by course, subject area, level of study and nationality to find the right person to talk to.

"The University of Leeds has an amazing Career Service, that is always very happy to help us. Also, the Faculty of Engineering has its own Employability team that is very helpful."
Paulina Pawlak, Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) MEng, BEng

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"I’ve come to learn a lot more than I thought I would, and to appreciate the innovations of everyday technological amenities that I would have otherwise taken for granted."
Mark Muinde, Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) MEng, BSc

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"The lecturers push you to go beyond the course content and teach you to how to self-learn and research with hands-on assignments and projects."
Mustafa Adaoglu, Computer Science (High Performance Graphics and Games Engineering) MEng, BSc

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