The University of Stirling’s Computing Science and Mathematics division offers degrees that will give you the academic learning and practical skills needed to shape your career.
Our expertise is invested into everything we do. Our Computing Science courses are accredited by the British Computer Society, and our Mathematics degrees by the Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications, assuring you quality and excellence. We offer combined degrees that give you choice and flexibility to follow your interests, and give you a distinct advantage for pursuing your career.
Our highly-rated postgraduate degrees focus on innovation and strengthening your knowledge in Computer Science. As a researcher you can immerse yourself in our vibrant community where you will be challenged and inspired to make a meaningful contribution to society.
We offer Phd or MPhil supervision in any of the areas covered by the Faculty's divisions.
The National Student Survey 2017
with top 5% judged as ‘World-leading’
Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014
I will always have fond memories of Stirling as a place with beautiful surroundings, where I completed a degree in something I loved, met lots of new people, and worked with a great team of teaching and support staff.
We have strong links with Scottish industry through its Industrial Advisory Board (IAB) – with members from both Scottish and international companies such as IBM, HSBC and Adobe.
We are a member of The Data Lab, which is an Innovation Centre with the aim of developing data science talent and skills required by the industry in Scotland.
Our MSc Big Data has been developed in partnership with global and local companies who employ data scientists. HSBC have a development centre in Stirling and have provided some very interesting Big Data projects to our students. Amazon’s development centre in Scotland is close by in Edinburgh.
We also have a programme of invited speakers from industry who give the students a chance to ask questions of people who are doing data science every day. Recent companies have included MongoDB, SkyScanner and HSBC.