The School of Computing, Electronics and Mathematics recognises the importance of developing a strong practical insight into the subject area of the degree, as well as a solid theoretical foundation. This is achieved through an activity-led learning approach where the academic knowledge is cemented by practical, real-world examples that our students can explore on their own and in groups.
The school’s teaching covers traditional courses such as electrical and electronic engineering, mathematics, information technology and computer science, but also more specialised teaching such as forensic computing, games technology, ethical hacking and cybersecurity. We also provide courses that benefit from the synergy between the different subject areas brought together in the school, such as computer hardware and software engineering, and mathematics and data analytics.
The school benefits from tailored and specific research groups in applied mathematics, wireless sensors, serious games and applied computing, all of which feed into our teaching and curriculum design to provide our students at home and at our international partners with an opportunity to explore real-world, front line problems.
Our mission is to provide our students studying overseas with Softwarica College of IT and e-Commerce with the best possible education coupled with an international educational experience and the employability skills they require to prepare them for the global workplace.
We look forward to meeting you.
Professor Damien Foster
Head of School