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Develop the knowledge and skills you need to create technologies and applications that will change the world. Developed with leading employers, this course will fully prepare you for a fast-paced, rewarding career.
Develop the knowledge and skills you need to create technologies and applications that will change the world. Developed with leading employers, our course will fully prepare you for a fast-paced, rewarding career.
Ready to meet the future head-on? From self-driving cars to chess-playing computers, artificial intelligence is shaping our world. Explore the science of machine learning with our Cambridge-based course and be at the forefront of technological innovation. Designed to fill a skills gap and meet a growing need for talented graduates, our AI degree is supported by the Intel AI Academy and offers a placement year, drawing on links with Cambridge high tech hub companies such as Cambridge Spark and Amazon.
Discover how sound works, and how technology can help you master it, on our full-time, industry accredited Audio and Music Technology BSc (Hons) degree course in Cambridge. Get support to find work placements, and choose to take an additional placement year. By studying our Audio and Music Technology degree, you’ll integrate theories of sound into your audio projects, as you build a portfolio for a future career in the creative industries, including live sound, gaming, broadcast and film.
Develop art skills relevant to the fast-moving computer games industry by studying our full-time Computer Games Art degree at ARU in Cambridge, accredited by TIGA. Get support to find work placements, and study Computer Games modules designed with the help of gaming industry professionals. Discover how you can use visual research, creative experimentation and technical development to forge a career as a computer games artist.
Turn your love of computer games into a career, on our full-time Computer Gaming Technology degree. Play, design and build games at our development studio in Cambridge, and create a portfolio to launch your career as a games developer. Choose to take a placement year to get more experience of the gaming industry.
Networks and their security are an increasingly important global issue. Up for the challenge? Our Computer Networks degree gets you straight into the lab, using advanced software and virtual networks. You’ll study in Cambridge, in the heart of Silicon Fen, where you can connect with local employers through an optional placement year. As a Cisco Network Academy for more than 10 years, our industry links ensure you’ll be equipped to meet the needs of the fast-changing computer world.
There’s a huge demand for the knowledge and skills this two-year course teaches. Get ready for a rewarding career in the areas of computing that interest you the most.
Your future career starts here. Learn to design and build computer systems on this Cambridge-based course, gain in-demand skills in our virtual NetLab and take up placement opportunities with world-leading local high-tech companies. Accredited by the Chartered Institute for IT and the Institution of Engineering and Technology, this three year degree course leads to Incorporated or Chartered Engineer status. Choose specific modules and apply for Cisco Certified Network Associate status after you graduate.
Develop skills in designing and building computer systems to the latest specifications. Study in Cambridge, in the heart of ‘Silicon Fen' - home to firms like ARM, Sony and Microsoft. Based in our new Science Centre, you'll have the latest digital technology at your fingertips, and be able to collaborate with other students on innovative computing projects. Choose to take an optional placement year as part of your course, and gain valuable work experience.
This course covers all the main areas of computing and gives you plenty of opportunity to specialise.
Computing is changing our world: the way we work, the way we live. To study computer science is to put you at the forefront not just of technological change, but of social change too.
Our course covers all the main areas of computing and gives you plenty of opportunity to specialise.
Get the solid technical and professional basis you need to build a career in the different branches of computing, with our foundation degree course.
Cyber attacks make headlines across the globe. Demand for talented computing graduates is outstripping supply, so fine-tune your network and data skills with us, take an optional placement year, and be ready to make your mark in the global cyber security industry. Our new Cambridge-based course is being prepared for National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) certification, while our close links to cyber security institutions such as OWASP and Cyber Crime Prevent bring industry experts into the classroom.
Our modern lifestyle depends on electronics – from iPods to ovens, they’re everywhere. Studying our Electronic Engineering degree course at ARU, you’ll master a branch of technology essential to the way we live. In our new electronics laboratories in Chelmsford, you’ll use the latest industry-standard software to design, simulate and build electronic systems, and develop your creative problem-solving skills. Accredited by the Institution of Engineering and Technology, this course offers a placement year in industry and leads to Incorporated Engineer status.
Have you got what it takes to become an expert software developer? If so, you’ll be in high demand. There’s a shortage of qualified IT graduates in coding so take your coding and programming skills to the next level with our Cambridge-based course and learn techniques to identify, analyse and test the IT solutions that industry needs. Your real-life skills, gained through an optional placement year, will put you ahead of the game in this ever-evolving industry.