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New Cyber Security degree gets GCHQ approval A new Master’s programme, MSc Cyber Security, run by the School of Computing has been officially certified by  GCHQ, as the National Technical Authority for Information Assurance. Dr Eerke Boiten met Ciaran Martin, GCHQ Director Cybersecurity at the Houses of Parliament as the official announcement was made this week. This is the third time that GCHQ has awarded certification of Masters’ degrees in Cyber Security, and brings the cu...

25 May 2016

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Student David Meakin to teach tech skills in Uganda Computing with a Year in Industry student David Meakin is planning to spend his summer vacation teaching tech skills in one of the world’s poorest countries. He will be spending a month in Uganda project managing a programme which uses hardware donated by UK-based charities to teach basic coding and digital skills. David said: ‘Students will learn how to create static web sites, social media integration and how to get the most out of a ...

17 May 2016

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Mate Tukacs selected for European Innovation Academy Mate is pictured on the right of the front row Computing with a Year in Industry student, Mate Tukacs, has been selected to take part in the European Innovation Academy (EIA) this Summer. The EIA, taking place in Nice, France, in July, is a 15-day programme of entrepreneurship education which gives 'every participant the opportunity to be immersed in the extreme international start-up environment'. Mate Tukacs' selection follows his recen...

13 May 2016

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