School of Computer Science

Settling into the school

Useful information on thesis writing and submission

At the beginning of semester, the school hosts an orientation session to the masters programme. Students are encouraged to read through the information presented at this session.

Postgrad Orientation
(320.0 kB, PDF)


Getting a desk and a computer

Please contact the school's Group Service Coordinator:

Ms Emma Gavenda 


Getting access to the building

Go to the Computer Science Reception on Room 405, Level 4, Science Centre Building 303 and apply for an access card, and also a room key if you are assigned to a key-access room.  

Printing and photocopying

Once enrolled in a thesis course, you will automatically be assigned print and copy quota, and you will be able to print or photocopy on the school printers, using your ID card. Ask the Manager what your quota is.


Respect each other

Please do not take hot food or drinks into your study area, or hold noisy gatherings or play games on the computers. It is discourteous to staff and fellow students trying to work. Go to the common room (303-Level 4)  if you wish to eat, socialise or have a group discussion.

Students requiring help with any of the masters processes, should contact the

MSc Administrator