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Computer science and software engineering

From artificial intelligence and machine learning to cyber security and the Internet of Things, we'll offer you a wide range of ways to study computer science and software engineering.

Join a community exploring the latest technology underpinning society. Computer scientists and software engineers are problem-solvers who analyse challenges and provide solutions in every area of our lives. At Southampton, you'll gain a strong understanding of your chosen topic, guidance from top researchers, and access to modern facilities and equipment to support your studies. Tailor the degree to suit your interests and future career, with opportunities to study abroad, complete an industry placement, or take optional modules outside of your discipline.

150 
companies offer placements and internships with us
94%
of undergraduates employed or in further study

within 15 months of graduation

Guardian University Guide 2022

BSC/IET accreditation

Computer science and software courses

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My main research area is formal methods for software engineering. These are modelling and analysis methods used to increase the trustworthiness of software-based systems.
Dean of Engineering and Physical Science
I research database systems with a focus on using data appropriately and effectively. This involves solving problems with databases, information discovery and retrieval, and algorithmic accountability.
Professor of Computer Science
I build solutions to complex problems using a combination of electronics and computer science, and I'm currently focusing on the Internet of Things.
Prof of Electronics & Computer Science

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