You know there’s no limit to what technology can achieve – and you want to be out there making the future happen.
At ARU, you’ll learn in our coding and Cisco laboratories and computer suites, building a portfolio of projects based on real-life scenarios. It's ideal career preparation. Get ready to make your mark on the tech world.
Everyone’s talking about AI, but there’s a recognised skills gap and a growing need for talented graduates. Be at the forefront of technological innovation with our Artificial Intelligence degree, supported by the Intel AI Academy. Explore the science of machine learning in Cambridge. Study the systems and algorithms that underpin AI, alongside big data analysis and modelling - and apply your knowledge on an optional placement year.
Discover how sound works, and how technology can help you master it, on our full-time, industry accredited Audio and Music Technology degree in Cambridge. Get support to find work placements, and choose to take an additional placement year. 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 on our full-time Computer Games Art degree in Cambridge, accredited by TIGA. Get support to find work placements, and study 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 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.
Improve your computer and study skills on a foundation year before moving onto our full-time Computer Gaming Technology degree. Study at our specialist Development Studio in Cambridge. Play, design and build games as you create a portfolio to launch your career as a games developer.
Enter the fast-changing world of computing where your experience of setting up complex networks will be in demand. Our Computer Networks degree gets you straight into the lab, using advanced software and virtual networks. Study in Cambridge, make connections with local employers and take an optional placement year as part of your course. We’re a Cisco Network Academy so, as a graduate, you’ll be ready to apply for CCNA and CCNP certification.
Learn to design and build computer systems. Based in Cambridge, our Computer Science degree students have access to world-leading tech companies like ARM, Sony and Microsoft. Our course is accredited by BCS and The Institution of Engineering and Technology, putting you on the path to Incorporated or Chartered Engineer status. We’re also a Cisco Network Academy so, by choosing specific modules, you’ll be able to apply for CCNA certification. Perfect grounding for your future career.
Take your place in the global cyber security industry. Demand is outstripping supply and there’s a need for talented computing graduates. Fine-tune your systems, network and data skills on our Cyber Security degree in Cambridge – and take the opportunity to gain Cisco CCNA accreditation. There’s the option to take a placement year but, with our links to institutions such as OWASP and Cyber Crime Prevent, you’ll also meet industry experts in the classroom.
Modern life depends on electronics; from industry to the iPhone, they’re everywhere. In lectures and in our labs in Chelmsford, you’ll learn to design, simulate and build a variety of electronic systems. Our Electronic Engineering degree includes an optional placement year. It's also CEng accredited by The Institution of Engineering and Technology, and meets the educational requirements for registration as an Incorporated Engineer.