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School of Computing and Engineering

Creative computing

We specialise in developing the creative and technical skills necessary to produce software applications for a wide range of purposes, platforms and users.

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Thinking about studying a creative computing degree?

We specialise in developing the creative and technical skills necessary to produce software applications for a wide range of purposes, platforms and users. The courses we offer are highly practical and allow you to develop real skills for a career in the dynamic and fast moving world of computing and beyond.

Get first-class support from expert lecturers with industry experience. Explore the thriving creative sector through live briefs, industry talks, guest speakers, conferences, the end-of-year show and various field trips in the UK and abroad.

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What types of degrees can you get in creative computing?

All of our computing degrees are a Bachelor of Science award, which is usually abbreviated as BSc Hons – for example, BSc Hons Computing would mean a Bachelor of Sciences Honours Degree in Computing. If you already have a Bachelor’s degree, you can continue your studies further and study for a Master’s degree in computing. 

There are a wide range of creative computing courses available to study at the University of Gloucestershire that cover a variety of different areas. You can choose from a wide range of courses that include Applied Artificial Intelligence, Games Art, Games Design, Games Programming and Computing Technologies.

Find out more about Creative Computing at UoG

What requirements are there for a creative computing degree?

For all creative computing degrees, you will need a certain amount of UCAS tariff points which can be achieved by A Levels or equivalent qualifications. Each course page details the entry requirements for that particular course. Grade 4/C in GCSE English and Mathematics (or equivalent) are normally required for each of our courses. If you don’t meet your tariff points total we may still consider your application so it is always worth contacting us if you are not sure.

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What is involved with a creative computing degree course?

During a three year full-time degree you will study different modules and be assessed on what you have learnt in a variety of ways including, essays, presentations, group projects and exams.

Some degrees also include placements or work experience with companies in the computing industry and you may also go on fieldtrips. Take a look at the course modules on the webpage of your course of interest to find out more. 

Why choose the University of Gloucestershire?

We will use our expertise to enable you to grow and thrive and support you with the networks and tools to capitalise on every opportunity. 

You will have access to our purpose-built Computing and Technology suite and state-of-the-art equipment including:

Our computing and technology students go on fantastic fieldtrips to network with professionals in the industry and showcase work at our prestigious COMX exhibition.

The next steps

We can help you apply for a computing degree and will support you throughout the application process. Most full-time courses are applied to via UCAS. There are deadlines for submitting your application.