Our teaching helps to prepare all our graduates for the workplace at all levels. We do this through close collaboration with industry to ensure that we keep up with emerging trends in such a dynamic sector. Our principled approach also allows our graduates to adapt quickly.
We provide teaching at all levels:
We have an established reputation for conducting research that has real impact in a wide range of sectors; in the Times Higher Education's ranking of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) 2014, we were ranked 6th for research impact and equal 7th in the UK overall.
Find out more about the research we're leading, and our research centres.
We have a long history of successful collaboration with industry. This ranges from ensuring our teaching is relevant to knowledge transfer to organisations and governments worldwide. Find out how we can help your business through consultancy, research or bespoke professional development and training.
In September 2010, the Department moved to brand-new, purpose-built accommodation on the new University campus expansion on Campus East at the University of York. Our building is an expression of the University's belief in fostering the highest standards of academic excellence, delivering a world-class student experience, and providing a stimulating environment to support interactions between the University, researchers and business.
Find out more about our facilities, including a video tour, showing our labs, teaching and research spaces.
The Department is managed by the Head of Department, assisted by two Deputy Heads of Department.
Professor Neil Audsley
Head of Department
Dr Simon O'Keefe
Deputy Head of Department, with responsibility for teaching
Dr Paul Cairns
Deputy Head of Department, with responsibility for research
Department Manager, with responsibility for Professional Support Services and strategic planning
We run a series of public lectures, to give the public a chance to find out more about Computer Science in general, as well as the work taking place at York.
The lectures include speakers from both inside and outside the Department, and typically take place twice a year.
Fast facts about Computer Science at York
- 47 academic members of staff
- 16 professors
- Over 500 undergraduate students
- Nearly 250 postgraduate students
- 171 research students
- 24/7 lab facilities for undergraduate and postgraduate students