The University of Southampton

Computer Science and Software Engineering

Our academics are leading the way in developing the Web both in human-computer interaction, data mining, security and the underlying software development. You can expect to be taught by researchers at the forefront of their disciplines and benefit from their knowledge in lectures, exercises, coursework, and projects.

Our MSc programmes

Artificial Intelligence

Develop core data analysis skills and explore both traditional and state-of-the-art aspects of artificial intelligence and machine learning.

Computer Science

Computer science drives the fundamental technologies of today’s connected world. Take your place to set the agenda for tomorrow’s ever-changing digital future.

Cyber Security

Cyber security is a topic of critical importance to commercial and academic organisations, as well as to governments and their citizens.

Data Science

Become a proficient data scientist and develop your knowledge in subjects that are crucial for mastering the vast and complex information landscape.

Software Engineering

Explore both traditional and contemporary approaches to software development to give a strong foundation to advance your ideas.

Web Science

Develop the skills to enable you to analyse the impact of the web on business, government, law and science itself.

Web Technology

Develop an understanding of the current and emerging technologies that support web-based software systems.

After my MSc in software engineering I went on to study the topic at PhD level. The interest I developed while studying was helped by the guidance and support available from the faculty members. Yet, other factors including ECS’s ranking among the top schools in the UK, the beautiful Highfield campus, with all the facilities provided by the University and the vibrant city of Southampton also played a part.

Ali Gondal - MSc Software Engineering

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