Computer Science is a dynamic and continually expanding subject. It underpins the digital technologies that impact our society and the manner in which we live our lives. Studying computing at University will give you the opportunity to be part of this exciting area and to help shape its future development.
At Bristol, our courses are designed to give you the skills and the knowledge for this, combining the fundamentals of the subject with an exploration of its many diverse applications. In computing you will meet people from many different backgrounds with a wide range of interests. For some, the attraction is creativity; designing and making things, from programs to electronic products. For others, it is about intellectual challenges; solving problems and finding ways to understand complex phenomena, both natural and artificial. For others, the attraction comes from computing's direct relevance to the real world and its importance in many areas of society. This is reflected in the diversity of the careers of our graduates, in the computer industry and in other sectors such as business, finance and the creative arts.
These admission webpages will give you a brief insight as to what it is like to study Computer Science at Bristol. If you have any further questions please contact our Admissions Team at firstname.lastname@example.org who will be only too happy to help.