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Bachelor of Science
Computer Science

Get up to 100% scholarships or grants when you apply today!

Setting the agenda for
tomorrow's ever-changing digital world


Bachelor of Science Computer Science

Course Code: JPT (N/481/6/0824) 03/25 MQA/PA13401
Duration: 3 Years
Intake: September
Delivery Model: Full time in Malaysia


Learn how to develop software programmes and system, and prepare yourself for roles not yet imagined in the fast- moving digital world. With outstanding facilities and a wide range of in-depth modules, University of Southampton Malaysia is one of the best places to study computer science. You will cover all the main areas of computer science as well as the latest developments in specialist areas including machine learning and computer vision.

Why Study This Course

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Save up to 60% of the cost by completing the same Southampton degree at our Malaysia campus
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100% of our Computer Science and IT research has been rated world-leading or internationally excellent for its impact on society (Latest REF, 2014)
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100% of employed graduates go into professional or managerial roles (Unistats, 2019)

Course Structure

You will cover compulsory modules in the first two years. In the third year you can tailor your degree by choosing optional modules. Computer Science is positioned alongside electronics, giving you easy access to modules in this complementary discipline. You will cover the main areas of computer science, including topics such as algorithm, data management, software design and modelling, interaction design, artificial intelligence and cyber security.

  • Algorithmics
  • Computer Systems I
  • Data Management
  • Foundations of Computer Science
  • Profesional Development
  • Programming I
  • Programming II
  • Software Modelling and Design
  • Distributed Systems and Networks
  • Intelligent Systems
  • Interaction Design
  • Programming III
  • Programming Languange Concepts
  • Software Engineering Group Project
  • Theory of Computing

Optional modules:

  • Advanced Software Modelling and Design
  • Computer Systems
  • Principles of Cyber Security
  • Engineering Management and Law
  • Individual Project

Optional modules:

  • Advanced Databases
  • Cloud Application Development
  • Cyber Security
  • Engineering Management and Law
  • Game Design and Development
  • Machine Learning Technologies
  • Robotic Systems
  • Security of Cyber Physical Systems

University of Southampton degrees are highly valued by employers. Studying at Southampton will equip you with the skills to operate globally.

Most of our graduates go straight into computer science jobs in high-tech companies; with potential roles include:

  • Software engineer
  • App developer
  • System analyst

Organisations employing our Computer Science graduates include:

  • Apple
  • Sony
  • Cisco Systems
  • Audi
  • Microsoft

Malaysian student:

  • RM40,900 per annum

International student:

  • RM47,450 (£8,627) per annum

We offer up to 100% scholarships. Chat with our counsellors to understand your options.

AAA, with A in mathematics

36 points overall, 18 at Higher Level

AAA, with A in mathematics

AAAA, with A in mathematics. We accept art-stream students.

Monash University Foundation Year
75% pass overall

Other Foundation Years will be considered on a case by case basis

English language qualifications
Band B (IELTS 6.5 overall, with a minimum of 6.0 in all components 

The University of Southampton Malaysia accepts various English Language Tests, to read more: https://www.southampton.ac.uk/studentadmin/admissions/admissions-policies/language.page

Our typical entry requirements may subject to change. If you are unsure about your qualification or results, please contact our professional team of counsellors, or speak to your school’s guidance counsellors.

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    I chose University of Southampton as it was rated as one of the best universities to study Computer Science. I’ve learned a range of languages and technologies, grown in confidence presenting and learned to manage my time effectively which has enabled me to secure my graduate job at JP Morgan Chase & Co.

    Jack Corbett
    BSc Computer Science

    Our academics

    Associate Professor Dr Sagaya Amalathas
    Associate Professor Dr Sagaya AmalathasHead of Computer Science Programme
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    Dr Sagaya Amalathas is an Associate Professor and the Head of the Computer Science Programme at the University of Southampton, Malaysia. She obtained her PhD in Computer Science from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. Dr Sagaya has extensive experience in academia, research also in the computing industry. Prior to joining University of Southampton, she held academic leadership roles at UNITAR International University and Taylor’s University Malaysia. Her current research focus is in Artificial Intelligence technologies, Big Data Analytics and Internet of Things (IoT). Previously she used to work on intelligent and contextualised learning techniques.
    Professor Dame Wendy Hall
    Professor Dame Wendy HallProfessor of Computer Science
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    Southampton graduate Professor Dame Wendy Hall was one of the first scientists to carry out serious research in multimedia, hypermedia and she has been at its forefront ever since. The influence of her work has been significant in many areas including digital libraries, the development of the Semantic Web, and the research discipline of Web Science. She is the UK’s only Regius Professor in Computer Science and led a major review of Artificial Intelligence for the UK Government.
    Professor Hugh Davis
    Professor Hugh DavisProfessor of Computer Science
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    Professor Hugh joined Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton in 1987 following four years of social work, a year of running a sailing school, a Bachelors in Ship Science and seven years of school teaching (including a part-time teaching qualification and a Masters in CS). Early work with Wendy Hall in the area of video disc for educational purposes and archives led to ideas about Hypertext, and the early versions of the Microcosm open hypermedia system in 1989. He was a founder member of the Multimedia Research Group (MMRG) which became the Intelligence, Agents, Multimedia Group (IAM).