We’ve been providing the games industry with quality graduates for more than 20 years, so many of our graduates are company directors and technical leads.
This relationship helps us improve our course and keep it current. It also means there is an extensive network of Hull alumni working in senior positions in the games industry across the world.
All our Computer Science undergraduate courses offer a guaranteed, paid year in industry, between the second and third year, as a recognised part of your degree.
This programme offers an inspiring combination of computer science and games programming. We'll give you a solid grounding in computer science, set within the context of games programming – concentrating on programming, artificial intelligence, graphics, games architectures and parallel and concurrent programming. In your third year, you’ll do a large project in an area that interests you. The Masters programme will allow you to do more intensive C++ and DirectX.
Benefit from facilities like the Computer Science Superlab. The refurbished lab is part of a significant investment in high-performance workstations, servers and social spaces. The Superlab has around 150 seats and is used for tutorials, workshops, extra-curricular activities and is open to students outside of teaching hours.
We are a friendly department, at a friendly university, in a friendly city. There are lots of extra curricular opportunities to socialise and pursue your interest in gaming beyond the lecture theatre. Games jams, hackathons and programming competitions are all part of the Hull experience and there are numerous societies to get involved with - Hull Computer Science Society , Hull Gaming Society and the Robotics Society to name just three. We host frequent in-person and online talks by industry experts, many of them our own graduates working around the world.
This degree is accredited to the maximum level available by the British Computer Society. The highly sought after skills, experience and technical expertise you’ll gain will prepare you for a career in the multibillion-pound games industry.