If you're a Scottish student studying in Scotland, you won't pay any tuition fees. If you study in England, fees will cost up to £9,000 per year, but some places will charge less. Students from Wales and Northern Ireland will pay up to £3,465.
Minimum UCAS Tariff points or grades you need to apply for this course.
Computer science and IT courses tend to focus on software engineering, covering such fields as database design, network systems and the Internet, but there are other exciting areas like games design, artificial intelligence and cybernetics. You'll need strong maths skills, an interest in physics, and be good at technical problem solving.
Most graduates work in the IT industry, whether in computer operations, systems sales, programming, software engineering, or as analysts and programme writers and the Internet offers many opportunities for entrepreneurs.