Want to know what it's like to be an undergraduate student studying Computer Science at the University of York? Watch these videos and find out... We asked two of our students to share their experiences, and we also filmed our undergraduate Admissions Tutor, Dr Will Smith. He talks about how we teach Computer Science here at York, what makes us different and how we prepare all our students so they can find at job when they graduate. You can also watch our first Raspberry Pi Challenge - all new undergraduates are sent a Raspberry Pi and challenged to come up with the most creative use of it! Find out more about undergraduate study at www.cs.york.ac.uk
A selection of videos about studying at postgraduate level in the Department of Computer Science at the University of York. Hear from current and former students about their experiences whilst studying and how their degrees helped them to get a job. You can also hear from admissions tutors and course leaders, to give you an idea of what our courses are all about and how they can equip you for your chosen career. You'll also find out more about our cutting-edge research; our taught courses are based on these advances, and our research students become part of one of our established, internationally respected research groups.
Our research doesn't just have an impact in the academic world. These case studies show the impact our research has in the world - from keeping planes safe to helping someone who is blind navigate "the last ten yards" to the door of their destination.
Choose to learn a little more about Computer Science with our public lectures. Topics include: Did Twitter save Bletchley Park? Can a robot have an immune system? and cryptography, including a demonstration of the Enigma machine. Find out what is coming up in the series at www.cs.york.ac.uk/events/public-lectures