BSc (Hons) Computing

Course Details

Dreaming of a career that will allow you to be at the vanguard of innovative developments of the 21st Century? Computing will form the bedrock of the technologies that support business functioning and research in the future. The BSc (Hons) Computing programme offered at Gateway Graduate School will empower you with the knowledge, understanding and skills to forge a vibrant career in multiple fields.

In the era of Blockchain technology, digitization, cloud computing, big data, the Internet of Things (IOT), artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation, it can be asserted that Computing will serve as the foundation for most of the fields that shape our lives. The BSc (Hons) Computing programme developed by Teesside University and offered at Gateway Graduate School as an internal qualification under franchise, enables you to build a solid base for a dynamic professional life within the broad field of Computing and Information Technology. The programme allows you to develop an appreciation of a wide array of subjects, ranging from Computational Thinking and Programming to Information Systems Development, while supporting partial specialisations in the final year in areas such as Artificial Intelligence.


The standard duration of the BSc (Hons) Computing programme is three years.
There will be two intakes every year: January and September


Candidates must meet one of the following requirements to gain admission for the first year of degree studies:

  • A minimum of two Advanced Level subjects (UK/Local) along with a minimum of grades C for the subjects of Mathematics and English at OLs/IGCSEs.
  • OR
  • The NCC Level 3 International Foundation Diploma in Higher Education Studies offered by Gateway Graduate School


Teesside University, which will award the BSc (Hons) Computing qualification offered at Gateway Graduate School, is an accredited public university in the UK. It is recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of Sri Lanka since it is listed in the International Handbook of Universities