The Computer Science department at Aston University is among the top Computer Science
departments in the UK, ranking 9th in the 2017 Guardian University League Table.
We run four undergraduate degree programmes: Computing Science, Multimedia Computing, Computing for Business, and a joint honour programme Computing and Mathematics. All programmes are proving attractive to well-qualified applicants; the offers for 2015 entry were at ABB. The intake is currently about 200 across the four programmes and applications for 2016 have risen by a further 10%. The focues of our programmes is on information systems engineering incorporating scientific principles, with an emphasis on design and practical projects. Many of our students proceed to an industrial placement in their third year, and the rate of graduate employment is extremely high, with 93% of our students in jobs or further studies within 6 months of graduation. The British Computer Society has given our programmes full accreditation (CITP). In addition, the Computing for Business programme is endorsed by e-skills (the sector skill council for ICT) as an 'Information Technology for Management and Business' degree.
What we offer.
The Industry Club will give you continuous access to Aston's Computer Science research expertise and unique talent pool. A designated team of academic and support staff will help you navigate through the elements of the Industry Club and how you can benefit. A dedicated portal will enable direct communication with academics and students across the year groups for job opportunities, partner news, events and initiatives.
A bespoke offering for each partner company will help to raise their profile through a range of services and activities, including:
The Industry Club offering carries a range of brand-building opportunities for partners to raise their profile among our student body, such as