The University of Warwick provides a four year course of study in Computer Science in the BSc/MEng Level. Students with a passion for gaining an understanding of the theory and principles that underpin the disciplines that affects all international work and life. Computer Science at Warwick University gives students the opportunity to gain a foundational understanding and appreciation of the philosophy and application of computer systems, allowing students to gain knowledge that assists them in adapting to the changing, evolving, and developing world of the discipline of Computer Science. The Computer Science course of study at Warwick University has been established for over 25 years and represents a rigorous course of study with interdisciplinary connects to the Mathematics and Engineering fields. Prospective students would be interested to know that this course of study at Warwick University is qualified for a full exemption from the BCS Professional Examination upon completion. Students that graduate from this program can acquire Professional membership after a limited period of time after gaining experience and applied training relevant to the field of Computer Science. Professional Membership in BSC allows the member the privilege of using the MBCS designation and the Chartered Information Systems Practitioners title. Additionally, this BSc Computer Sciences Course of Study is accredited as adding to the requirements of the academic portion for Chartered Engineer Status (CEng). With one additional year of full-time study in Computer Science at Warwick University (or the part time equivalent) is a requirement in pursuit of the CEng accreditation.

Modules in this course of study include:

  • Algorithms
  • Hardware Design
  • Software Engineering
  • Human-Computer Interactions
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Machine Learnings
  • Computer Graphics
  • Sensor Networks
  • High Performance Computing
  • With the option to study for the MEng after 2 years
  • And many more!


Entry Requirements

 Entry into this program typically requires 3 A levels, and a typical offer is AAA with an A in Mathematics. The minimum language requirements for this course of study is a grade of C in GCSE English or IELTS 6.0. Because all courses are taught from the perspective of the first principles, A-level Computing is not an entrance requirement for this program. Nevertheless this program, encourages applicants that have capabilities and qualifications in Computer Science and Computing.


Course Fees

Home and  EU Students: £6,000/academic year

International Students:  Band 1: £14,420 Band 2: £18,390


Contact Information

Department of Computer Science,
University of Warwick,
Coventry, CV4 7AL
Tel: +44 24 7652 3193
Undergraduate Admissions:
General Enquiries:


To enrol for this course please apply through UCAS (see link under ‘IT Course providers’)