School of Psychology and Computer Science

The School of Psychology and Computer Science offers a unique blend of theory and practice to prepare you for the real world.

Key features:

  • Flexible degree programmes that enable you to specialise, should you wish, in particular areas of your subject, graduating with the degree you need for the career you want.
  • State-of-the-art facilities ensure opportunities to learn in a rich, engaging environment with a focus on developing the experience sought by employers.
  • We continually engage with the professional bodies and employers to ensure our curriculum delivers you the skills and knowledge that potential employers need.
  • During your degree, you’ll be taught by academics that produce nationally and internationally renowned research, many of whom work within the sectors that you yourself will work in when you graduate.

Our facilities

Our research

  • Forensic computing students

    Computer Science

    This area focuses on research that aims to make a personal, societal and economic difference in relation to computing and computer science.

  • Psychology researcher wearing test equipment while working at a computer


    Our key research strengths relate to the three broad topics of: Perception, Cognition and Neuroscience; Forensic Psychology; and Quality of Life.

  • Researchers working in a neuroscience lab


    Our goal is to be internationally recognised in three areas: neuro-oncology, dementia and neurodegeneration; and molecular psychiatry.