• Engineering and Computing Courses

    Our undergraduate and postgraduate courses are developed in line with industry needs, offer the chance for practical experience, and are accredited by professional bodies – giving you a platform to launch your career in this fast-changing industry.

    Practical experience
    With placements offered across many of our courses and opportunities for networking with major industry players, you’ll get invaluable experience for your CV and the chance to make contact with those already working in the profession.

  • Timetables

    To access your timetables please visit the Student Timetable website. Please note the system defaults to individual modules, so search by group or department to find programme timetables.

  • "The BSc (Hons) Computer Games Technology taught me everything I needed to know. Before the course, I literally hadn’t even written a piece of code, but I quickly learned. I wouldn’t have the job I have today without my degree."
    Barry Wood, Senior Programmer at Blitz Games Studio
  • What Our Students Say

    Aman-Kataria"I’m really enjoying my time at UWS, I’ve learnt a lot from the new experiences it offers. The lecturers are helpful and approachable and it’s not just my knowledge that’s grown, it’s me as a person. It’s a multicultural place to study and I’ve made friends with people from Europe and further afield.

    In a few years, when I graduate, I can see myself setting up a small studio."

    Aman Kataria, Computing student
  • Catriona-Halliday"As a student in my final year, I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at UWS. The BEng Civil Engineering degree offers a good balance of technical knowledge and practical experience and has given me the necessary skills to prepare for my future career. I chose to study at UWS as the course modules cover a wide range of subjects that demonstrate the overlap between engineering, management and finance. The knowledge and experience I gained during my studies has prepared me well for two summer industrial placements, and hopefully for the construction industry when I graduate."
    Catriona Halliday, BEng Civil Engineering student