Computer Science students will learn the systems, theory and design of everything from search engines to software apps and social media networks. As computers continue to play a larger part in everyday life, the demand for skilled computer science professionals grows every year.
See: Full Computer Science subject guide
Computer Science graduates will go onto work in the finance, technology, business and gaming sectors, and starting salaries tend to be higher than the national average.
|1||University of St Andrews||St Andrews, Scotland|
|2||University of Cambridge||Cambridge, England|
|3||University of Oxford||Oxford, England|
|4||University of Aberdeen||Aberdeen, Scotland|
|5||Imperial College London||London, England|
|6||University College London||London, England|
|7||University of Stirling||Stirling, Scotland|
|8||University of Manchester||Manchester, England|
|9||Durham University||Durham, England|
|10||University of Glasgow||Glasgow, UK|
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