Engineering, Computing and Mathematics

Develop critical thinking and enhance your problem-solving skills in a growing industry

Engineering, Computing and Mathematics

Develop critical thinking and enhance your problem-solving skills in a growing industry

Top 25

Ranked 21st out of 121 universities in the UK

The Guardian University Guide 2022


in the UK for our amazing student support – out of 131 institutions

WhatUni Student Choice Awards 2019

Top 25

Ranked 25th in the UK for student satisfaction

National Student Survey 2021

Join us at our upcoming Applicant Days

Our 2023 Applicant Day dates:

10:00 - 14:00 Saturday 11 February

12:30 - 16:30 Wednesday 15 February

12:30 - 16:30 Wednesday 8 March

10:00 - 14:00 Saturday 25 March

Gain a wide range of practical skills and knowledge

Engineering, Computing, and Mathematics Courses 

Study theory and practical topics

Choose a course with a range of uses and gain practical experience as you prepare for your career.

Select a learning level

Expert teaching staff

Learn from leading experts and published writers

Head of Engineering, Computing and Design

Stuart is active in remote sensing research and a co-founder of a technology company, Plymouth Rock Technologies.

Lecturer in Computer Science

Mohammad is a researcher and lecturer in Artificial Intelligence (AI) with a proven track record of publications. He has designed and developed several novel computational techniques in areas of AI.

Head of Mathematics

Ian has 15 years of University research experience and has held mathematics, physics and engineering teaching posts in Higher, Further and Private educational institutions.

Technology Park
Explore the Engineering Technology Park
Discover the facilities you can access on your degree.

Excellent facilities that help support your learning

Access industry standard facilities 

Both campuses are home to modern teaching spaces and state-of-the-art technology allowing you to succeed in your studies.

From the Tech Park, our impressive purpose-built facility for delivering engineering, to the Dome, which houses dedicated modern teaching space within listed a Georgian building. Some routes also span out to our Bishop Otter Campus, a historic campus set within the beautiful surroundings of the city of Chichester.

Be more than just a number

Learn from lecturers who know you by name

Your lecturers are invested in your individual development. They will get to know you throughout your degree, with regular class sizes of up to 30 people, and support your professional and academic journey.

product student learning about specialist equipment
Engineering students using workshop equipment

Widen your career prospects

Graduate with high levels of employable skills

Our Engineering, Computing and Mathematics graduates have progressed into a wide variety of successful career paths.

You will be supported by our dedicated Careers team along with the offerings of practical work placements and industry networking opportunities across certain programmes.

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