Software Engineering with Industrial Experience (4 Years) [BSc]

UCAS course code: G603

UCAS institution code: M20

Degree awarded: BSc

Duration: 4 years

Typical A level offer: Grades A*AA including mathematics.

Course fees: Tuition fees for home/EU students commencing their studies in September 2018 will be £9,250. Future inflationary increases may also be applied to each subsequent year of your course, subject to government regulations on fee increases. Tuition fees for international students will be £22,000 per annum. For general information please see the undergraduate fees pages.

Scholarships/sponsorships: All new UK/EU (home tuition fee) students, applying for first year entry, who achieve an A*A*A (including A* in mathematics) at the first sitting will be awarded the Kilburn Entry Scholarship worth £1,000.  Other UK, European and international qualifications gained by home tuition fee students will also be considered for the award, subject to academic approval. 

Number of places/applicants: The School of Computer Science receives in the region of 2000 applications per year for 225 places across our undergraduate degree courses.

Contact email: ug-compsci@manchester.ac.uk

Contact telephone: 44 (0)161 275 6124

How to apply: Apply through UCAS .

Course description

Software systems are the cornerstones of all modern business. Such systems are often complex and long lived, and must be robust and adaptable. By studying software design and production techniques, this degree programme will equip you with the skills needed to follow a career specifying and developing these systems, and other computer-based solutions.

You will gain not only knowledge and practical experience of the latest technologies, but also a grounding in the underlying principles of the subject. It is this combination of skills that enable our graduates to keep pace with this fast moving subject, and secure financially rewarding careers that can be pursued almost anywhere in the world.

This is a four year programme and involves you undertaking a one year work placement in industry between the second and third years of your study at Manchester. Besides the money that you earn during this year, you also gain practical experience that can be invaluable both in your final year project and when competing for graduate jobs. Students with industrial experience not only tend to improve their final degree performance but also tend to develop clearer ideas about their future career path.

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