“When I saw that you can do games development at university I was massively inspired and knew that this is what I wanted to do. I did a lot of research into game development courses. I’ve always been very interested in computing but wanted it to be more visual, more design-based.”
- x Computing’s application spans across multiple industries, including finance, business, health and engineering
- < Benefit from research and industry-informed teaching led by commercially active staff
- * Gain invaluable experience and skills through paid work placements
Plymouth has a great emphasis on employability and that’s what really attracted me to the University and the course. Everything I did as part of my studies has been transferable to the workplace.
Carline James – BSc (Hons) Computing graduate, now a Lead Business Systems Analyst for Allianz Insurance
I have been to America half a dozen times, but the most amazing part was going to the Microsoft global conference where around 15,000 Microsoft employees gather in a stadium to cheer on our then CEO.
Ben De St Paer-Gotch – BSc (Hons) Computing graduate, now a Reading-based Project Manager for Microsoft
Our research expertise
“I was also lucky to have two incredibly supportive supervisors who encouraged me to follow my own ideas and interests. The postdoctorate at Plymouth included collaborations with several universities around the world, which made it easier to get my current position in New York.”
Salvador Dura Bernal
PhD in Computational Neuroscience, now a Research Assistant Professor at State University of New York and Adjunct Professor at New York University