The Cambridge Computer Science course brings together disciplines including mathematics, engineering, the natural sciences, psychology and linguistics. All aspects of modern computer science are covered, along with the underlying theory and foundations in economics, law and business. You also develop practical skills in areas such as programming and hardware systems. Full details of the structure and content of the course can be found on the University website.
Computer Science at Murray Edwards College
We welcome around three undergraduate students in Computer Science each year. Within the College as a whole this means we have around nine undergraduate students and three postgraduate students. Murray Edwards is conveniently situated a short walk from the Department of Computer Science and Technology, which is on the West Cambridge site.
A Level: A*A*A with A* in Mathematics or Further Mathematics
IB: 42, 776 with 7 in IB Higher Level Mathematics
A Level: A Level Mathematics
IB: IB Higher Level Mathematics
All applicants for Computer Science are required to take the Test of Mathematics for University Admission (TMUA), for which they must be registered in advance.
Computer Science applicants are not asked to submit written work to the College.
Read our Q&A with the Director of Studies for Computer Science.