The School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering is immensely proud of its record of educating thousands of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) undergraduates and postgraduates, while making valuable research advances. The three disciplines (mathematics, computer science and engineering) are vital to progress in technology and the prosperity of our nation.
Successive UK governments, in their plans for economic growth, have recognised that jobs of the future will increasingly rely upon those with the capabilities and skills that a STEM education can provide. The demand for high quality STEM graduates continues to exceed supply. Our school works ever-closely with professional institutions and City has the reputation of graduates being fast-tracked towards professional qualifications.
Today the school is home to over 1,900 undergraduate students, 600 postgraduate taught students, 300 research students, 40 research staff, 115 academic staff and 60 professional support staff.