More than 1,400 Loughborough University students complete a 12-month placement each year. They join a range of organisations and deliver tangible benefits to their hosts as well as honing a range of workplace skills. Our students work in a variety of sectors including automotive, aerospace, electronics, consumer goods, computer software and food processing. The aim of the module is to develop sufficient knowledge of the architecture and organization of computer systems to be able to predict the hardware effects of executing microprocessor instructions. Further develop skills in electronics, programming and mechanical design and construction.
- If you do not take one of these subjects in your final examinations, you will need an average grade across 4 semesters in it.
- This module is suitable for students from technical programmes and from psychology, business, digital media and social sciences.
- The Computing Research Association’s Committee on Widening Participation in Computing Research (CRA-WP) is one