School of Computing and Mathematics
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Introduction to the School
Keele University was founded in 1949, dedicated to a broad curriculum and interdisciplinary study and has pioneered the dual honours degree in Britain. The University occupies a 617 acre rural campus and now houses a Science Park with numerous computing and mathematics related companies and an award winning conference centre. Computing and Mathematics are well established disciplines at the University. The School currently offers five Undergraduate Degrees and three Postgraduate Degrees.
Keele is centrally located within the UK and enjoys excellent transportation links for all types of travel. The University is situated two miles west of Newcastle-under-Lyme on the A525 road to Whitchurch, Nantwich and Crewe. The School of Computing and Mathematics is located on the main Keele campus, in the Colin Reeves and MacKay buildings.
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