Peterhouse does not operate a fixed quota of places in Computer Science, but tends to admit 1 or 2 students each year. Dr Robert Mullins is the Director of Studies for Peterhouse as well as St John's College. For a student's perspective on studying Computer Science at Peterhouse, have a look at the JCR's alternative prospectus and read their interview with a current student.
Our three-year course is designed to put you at the forefront of modern Computer Science. First-year papers include foundations of computer science (taught in OCaml), Java and object-oriented programming, operating systems, and digital electronics, graphics, interaction design and Mathematics.
The second and third years of the Computer Science course cover a full range of hardware, software and application areas; include Group and Individual projects and advanced topics such as Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Computation, Security, e-Commerce and Complexity Theory.
The Computer Science Faculty website provides more guidance and information.