Whether you're studying abroad at Sussex for a semester or year, you can browse our computing modules below, and if you're unsure what to study, follow our top tips for how to choose a module.

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Browse our modules

You can see our full list of computing modules below.

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Not sure how to choose?

Follow our top tips for choosing your modules. You can also find out about our teaching structure, assessment process and how your credits transfer back to your home institution.

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Find out how to apply

Which school will I study in?

You'll study in the Department of Informatics which is part of the School of Engineering and Informatics.

Our expert academic staff teach and research areas including artificial intelligence, bio-inspired computing, cognitive science, digital media technologies, foundational issues in computer systems, and human-computer interaction.

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Our computing research

Staff at Sussex are working in areas such as computer science, artificial intelligence and cognitive science. 

Our research influences the way we teach, and you learn from academics at the forefront of their fields.

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Contact us

If you are studying at Sussex for a semester or year and have questions, email

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