School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment
We thrive on ideas, support innovation and value the importance of social responsibility and the Common Good. We deliver modern, innovative and exciting programmes. We also teach the largest number of part-time and work-based students in Scotland.
Clearing at SCEBE
We've got a full range of courses available at Clearing. Watch the video of our Vice Dean of the School to get the details.
Commited to gender equality
SCEBE has been formally recognised for its commitment to gender equality by attaining the Advance HE's Athena SWAN Institutional Silver Award.
Our subjects range from Computing Games, Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Cyber Security, Data Science and Artificial Intelligence, Digital Design to Forensic Investigation, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Management, Mechanical Engineering, Surveying and User Experience (UX).
You will find cutting-edge facilities and teaching informed by breakthrough research taking place here on campus. We have invested millions of pounds in our virtual reality and testing facilities including our emotion lab and 360 degree Igloo.
You will find lots of resources and support when seeking your graduate job from our careers service. Through research, industrial placement programmes and Graduate Apprentice programmes we have developed valuable partnerships for students.
With research strengths in sustainable environments, we explore this societal challenge across the Built Environment Asset Management research centre, the Centre for Climate Justice, and SMART Technology Centre.
The School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment offers flexible study options including hybrid learning, online learning, distance learning, and work-based learning to support a wide range of full-time and part-time students.
Several Research Centres have been established as part of the drive to promote multi-disciplinary research across the School.
The School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment is one of the leading schools for programmes in building and surveying in the UK, and carries out extensive research in partnership with industry, commerce and other institutions