The School of Computing has an international reputation for animation, games and visualisation courses.
We offer high-quality courses nationally recognised by the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
You'll have access to a range of networked computer studios which run the latest software for animation, games and visualisation.
Dedicated facilities are provided for animation, multimedia, games, networks, digital post-production and digital music studies.
The new Centre for Creative Technologies includes new life drawing, animation, post-production and motion capture technology.
The Institute of Digital Innovation has a new sound stage facility, including sound studio and green screen system.
An Open Access Student Information Service provides a resource centre to support you throughout your studies. A dedicated IT Help Desk provides support for Mac, PC and UNIX systems.
The School of Computing hosts Animex, a major annual international animation and computer games festival – one of the largest animation festivals in the UK.
Dedicated facilities are provided for systems analysis, computer networks, programming in a wide range of languages, artificial intelligence, modelling and visual programming, human computer interaction, e-commerce and .net environments.
Our research falls into three broad areas: human computer interactions, software engineering and virtual worlds. Interaction between people and the computer lies at the heart of four of our research areas: Interactive Systems, Special Needs, Multimedia Education and Community Informatics.
If you're on a digital media course you have access to the University's new Media Centre, where television facilities have been expanded to include digital TV cameras, sound equipment and editing facilities.
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