Computing and Technology
Computing and Technology at NTU combines internationally significant research with an outstanding record for teaching excellence. We are very proud to have achieved 80% world-leading or internationally excellent research impact (REF 2014).
Our state-of-the-art facilities and career-focused approach to course design provide the right conditions for you to succeed in your chosen field.
Our undergraduate and postgraduate courses are designed to be industrially relevant with the right balance of theory and practice. We teach you to be technically strong, creative and future proof for the world of work or further study. We have exceptional success in securing high quality industrial placements and high graduate employability.
The BCS (British Computing Society) has accredited all of our undergraduate degrees to CITP level. They have also accredited Computer Science, Computer Science (Games Technology), Software Engineering and Computer Systems Engineering to the higher CEng level.
For more information about undergraduate Computing and Technology courses, please contact our Undergraduate Admissions Tutor, Dr Joanna Hartley:
Email: Dr Joanna Hartley
Telephone: +44 (0)115 848 8369
For more information about postgraduate Computing and Technology courses, please contact our Postgraduate Admissions Tutor, Dr Eugene Lai:
Email: Dr Eugene Lai
Telephone: +44 (0)115 848 8310
We have more than ten undergraduate teaching laboratories, with over 300 workstations running Windows and Linux. We have specialist facilities including:
- games console lab
- mobile programming lab
- multimedia/graphics lab
- networking and security/forensics labs
- dedicated final year projects lab; and
- a Human-Interaction Technology lab.
The latter is a state-of-the-art facility for mixed research and teaching use and includes a stereo-projection wall and a range of advanced technology including 3-D printing.
Specialist software includes EnCase, 3D StudioMax, XNA Xbox development suite, The Adobe Creative Suite (Flash, After Effects, Photoshop) and the Unreal and Half-life Games Engines.
Contact: Dr Heather Powell, Academic Team Leader, Computing and Technology
Telephone: +44 (0)115 848 8373.