Computer scientists find efficient ways to solving complex problems with computers. Then they implement the systems and technology they have developed – fitting in around the people who will use them, and the vast network of technical systems that already exists. Studying computer science gives you the opportunity to work on a really wide range of problems, from small devices to large societal challenges; often both at the same time.
Some reasons to study Computer Science at UCL…
Learn programming through training a custom-made robot to run a maze, and application development in the core curriculum. This allows students to experience software development from scratch, using the uniquely specified mobile device development lab, with the prospect of releasing their apps into the iOS, Android or Windows 8 markets at the end of the course.
Students can develop apps for a whole host of touchscreen devices across multiple platforms in the new Apps Lab. Fitted with touch screens and local device connectivity, and supporting iOS, Android and Windows technologies, students can borrow mobile devices to such as iPads, Windows X phones and Samsung Nexus tablets to work on and test their innovations. So far, home automation systems, health sensors, and custom games consoles have been developed here: who knows what’s coming next.
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