School of Computer Science

Breaking new ground in the theory and practice of computational systems and their applications

Latest News

Computer Science ranked 3rd in Russell Group Universities listing in the 2017 NSS results

Students who participated in the National Student Survey (NSS) have ranked Computer Science at the University of Birmingham highly with 91% of our final year students expressing overall satisfaction with their course, placing us 3rd in the Russell Group Institution rankings (Research Intensive Universities in the UK).

New Cyber Security Bursaries

The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) recently acknowledged the growing importance of cyber security to Britain's national security and economic wellbeing by announcing a £500,000 investment in bursaries to help adults retrain for a job in cyber security.

University of Birmingham launches new degree apprenticeship with PwC

The University of Birmingham and PwC have collaborated to launch a four year, fully-funded technology degree apprenticeship to develop the UK's next generation of technology talent, to meet the needs of industry.

We’re 8th in The Guardian League Table 2018!

We’re very happy to announce that the School of Computer Science has been ranked 8th for Computer Science out of all UK Institutions in the Guardian League Table 2018.

School Events

BSc Computer Science with Digital Technology Partnership with PwC virtual Q & A event

The School of Computer Science and colleagues from PwC will be hosting a virtual Question and Answer session with applicants interested in our new BSc Computer Science with Digital Technology Partnership - PwC.

2017 Undergraduate Open Days

The University will be hosting an Undergraduate Open Day on Saturday 14th October 2017. The School of Computer Science will be giving talks, manning stands, performing tours and showing demonstrations.

2017 Postgraduate Open Day

The University will be hosting a Postgraduate Open Day on Wednesday 22nd November 2017. The School of Computer Science will be giving talks, manning stands, performing tours and showing demonstrations.

SoCS to host Computing at Schools Conference 2017

The School will once again be hosting the Computing at Schools Conference 2017, on Saturday 17th June 2017. Following on from previous successful conferences, we are expecting over 350 teachers (from both primary and secondary schools) looking to update both their subject knowledge and approach to teaching computing in their schools. The conference will be packed full of keynote talks, workshops and networking opportunities, and aims to bring the CAS community together once again.