Computing, digital media and cyber security students have access to a wide range of specialist facilities, including virtual reality headsets and specialist equipment that tracks eye movements and brain activity. This will give you the freedom to invent, create and revolutionise gaming. Cyber security students will become ‘ethical hackers' with the use of industry level software and tools such as Splunk, ThreatConnect and Forensic Toolkit (FTK).
We are an educational partner of Sony through PlayStation First, meaning you'll have the opportunity to develop games for the PlayStation 4. Speakers from Sony, Splash Damage, Aardvark Swift, Interactive Selection, CryTek and Unity are regular contributors to lectures, helping to ensure you're always up-to-date with the latest developments in industry.
Studying mathematics at Kingston will help you to create a portfolio of work which evidences the knowledge and skills you've gained to future employers. We have a wide range of industry links, such as with National Physical Laboratory and the Meteorological Office, which has provided students with opportunities in work experience and graduate employment.
Our courses are accredited by organisations such as The Chartered Institute for IT (BCS) and Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA).
Many of our courses have an integrated foundation year or the option to undertake a placement year. Click on the course you're interested in below to find out more.
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