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Department of Computer Science

Our excellence in teaching and research, plus our strong industrial links, make us one of the UK's leading Computer Science departments. Find out more about the department.

COVID-19 update

We will be operating a full teaching schedule in 2020/21, whether on campus or online or a mix of the two, with flexible teaching to accommodate all students' circumstances, even if these change during the course of the academic year. On all programmes, for new students and for those returning to York, we aim to retain our friendly atmosphere, personal contact and small-group teaching, whether or not you are here in person. Professor Neil Audsley, Head of Department

Getting in touch

For specific email addresses for queries from prospective students, current students and staff please see our contacts page.

We're updating our Coronavirus webpages regularly with the latest information for prospective studentscurrent students and staff

Undergraduate study

Equality and Diversity

The Department of Computer Science holds an Athena SWAN Bronze Award in recognition of our work to promote gender equality. We're committed to make significant progress on many issues of equality, diversity and inclusion, and we look forward to working with our community to achieve the challenges we've set ourselves.

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You can read our Athena SWAN submission May 2020 (PDF , 5,203kb) document.



YorRobots Summer Internship Virtual Poster Session

YorRobots host a poster session showcasing the work of Undergraduates from various departments.


Karen Spärck Jones lecture

Join us for this year’s virtual Karen Spärck Jones lecture where our three speakers will talk about their recent areas of research and answer your questions.

More events



Associate Lecturer - Closing date 22 November 2020

Lecturer (T&S) - Assurance of Robotics and Autonomous Systems - Closing date 17 November 2020


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