University of Liverpool - UOL • Liverpool, United Kingdom
The University of Liverpool was founded in 1881 and has been providing world-class teaching and learning ever since. Since then, it has been the university's aim to support its students to become highly employable, creative graduates. The Department of Computer Science is one of the top computer science-related research and education centres. It is internationally recognised for its excellent Computer Science-related published research. The department works closely together with industry and academic partners around the globe, in order to develop technologies and applications, including mobile computing and artificial intelligence. The school has state-of-the-art equipment and facilities to support its teaching and research, thus offers an ideal learning environment for tomorrow's IT specialists. It offers an inspiring environment in which ambitious students can feel right at home. At the Department of Computer Science, students can study at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Lessons are taught by highly qualified industry professionals. More than 40 academic staff are involved in research and training. Over 600 undergraduates are attending courses at the university. The modules are always adapted to the ever-changing world of new technologies, taking trends and methods into account. Over 100 postgraduate are on taught and doctoral programmes, while even more (over 1,000!) people are enrolled in online Master programmes.