Computing & Information Systems

The School of Computing and Information Systems offers high quality undergraduate and postgraduate courses designed to reflect the developing needs of business and industry. The courses cover the range of modern computing technologies in Computer Science, Information Systems and Software Engineering, with specialisations in Games Technology, Network and Wireless technologies, Information Security, Electronic Business and Embedded Systems. The courses are delivered in an exciting and challenging environment for learning in modern, well-equipped teaching facilities.

We build and maintain strong links with industry through the taught programmes (especially via Industrial Placements), research collaborations and consultancy. Our courses are designed and regularly reviewed to ensure their currency and relevance to professional and industry needs, and are subject to accreditation by professional bodies such as the British Computer Society.

Research in the School underpins the taught courses and spans a range of activities, including digital imaging, information systems, mobile and network technologies and ambient intelligence. These are applied across a variety of sectors including healthcare, transportation, electronic business and communications. Research is conducted within our two Centres of Research Excellence - the Digital Imaging Research Centre (DIRC) and Medical Information and Network Technologies (MINT).

Why Kingston?

  • Professional accreditation by the British Computer Society
  • Practical hands-on courses with industrial placement
  • Flexibility of course choice into the second year
  • Access to professional vendor qualifications
  • State-of-the-art computing laboratories




Large grant awarded to Professor Maria Martini (EU H2020)

Innovative Quality Of Experience maNagement in Emerging  mulTimedia services (QoE-NET) The project is an   Innovative Training …

Kingston University and St George’s receive funding from the Medical Research Council

Automated retinal microvasular quantification as a predictor of circulatory disease risk in later life  Kingston’s School …

Successful grant application to London Fusion

The project  aims at supporting the  collaborating  SME achieving their target “Live concerts, everywhere” with an …

CIS KTP Grant awarded for smart device apps

Congratulations to Dr Souheil Khaddaj and Dr Darrel Greenhill on the success of their KTP award …

Successful KTP proposal – Funding awarded for Deltatre Media Ltd

Congratulations to Professor Tim Ellis and Associate Professors James Orwell and Dimitrios Makris on successfully securing …