Introduction & Welcome

Welcome to the School of Computing and Information Engineering, one of four academic schools in the Faculty of Computing and Engineering. The School is based at the Coleraine campus of the university, and places an emphasis on promoting a friendly, family atmosphere for students studying at all levels. The information provided here is for those interested in finding out about the work of the School and the opportunities it offers. We invite you to study the information presented and contact us to discuss your interests.



Latest News Stories
University of Ulster Computing Initiative Makes Young People Happy
Over 150 young people from the Coleraine area will have the opportunity to develop their computing and IT skills through a new University of Ulster initiative launched yesterday.

Global Clouds with Silver Linings
The quality and relevance of the internationally-leading research taking place at the University of Ulster's Coleraine campus has been recognised today by the US-based Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)- the world's largest professional organisation advancing technology for humanity. Ulster has been selected to join a team of 21 internationally renowned institutions and companies as founding members of the IEEE InterCloud Testbed Project.

The Fastest Lab in the West
The fastest trans-Atlantic research laboratory communications connection anywhere in Europe is to be installed at the University of Ulster's School of Computing and Information Engineering at the Coleraine campus.

Scholarships Available for Masters in Professional Software Development
Scholarships are available for a fully funded Masters in Professional Software Development at the University of Ulster’s Coleraine campus.

360K Widening Access Project In Coleraine
The University of Ulster is to deliver a £360,000 widening access project which will engage with some of Coleraine's most disadvantaged communities.

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Opportunities for Students App Camp
Follow in the footsteps of current Year 2 students Kyle Davidson, Shannon Holgate and Stuart McKee and market your own app on the Appstore.

Asidua Scholarships
Offering £1,000 per year for each year of your course, paid summer work, a paid industrial placement and the opportunity for a permanent position after graduation.

DevXS
A 3-day developer marathon, where students from across the UK and beyond team up and build cool things that contribute to university life.

Liberty IT Bursaries
Offering £1,000 a year for the 3 taught years of your course, paid summer work, a guaranteed paid placement and employment after graduation.

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