Find a full list of our undergraduate and postgraduate courses on this page. For more information follow the appropriate course link. 


Welcome to computing at Plymouth

All of our courses are geared towards equipping you with the real-world knowledge and practical skills that are in high demand by the computing industry.

The Technology Insights 2012 report from e-skills UK predicts that demand for highly skilled professionals in the IT sector through to 2020 will rise at nearly twice the rate of the UK average.

We offer a wide range of courses, all of which are relevant to the needs of the computing industry and therefore offer excellent employment prospects for our graduates.  

Degree Apprenticeship: BSc (Hons) Digital and Technology Solutions

Four specialist routes that equip you with precise skills needed to excel in some of the most in-demand digital and technology careers in the UK. This Degree Apprenticeship has been specifically designed by employers.

The course provides a flexible alternative to traditional university study - you will be earning a wage while studying for a full honours degree.

Find out more about earning and learning in the workplace

Romanian Scholarship Scheme

Romanian nationals applying for an eligible undergraduate computing course* starting in Sept 2018 will be awarded one of the following scholarships if they meet the conditions below:

  • Applicants scoring 9.5 in their Romanian Baccalaureate - one scholarship offering  20 per cent off the standard fee for three years, subject to maintain a minimum 60 per cent average during each stage of the course

  • Applicants scoring 9.0 in their Romanian Baccalaureate - five scholarships offering 10 per cent off  the standard fee for three years, subject to maintain a minimum 60 per cent average during each stage of the course


These awards are only open to Romanian nationals who have applied and received an offer from Plymouth by 15 May 2018 on one of the *following courses:

Applicants must also satisfy the English Language requirements which are either “3 elements at B2 standard and the other two at B1 from their English score in the Romanian Baccalaureate ” or an IELTS score of 6.0.

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