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School of Computer Science

The School of Computer Science is based in the Kilburn Building on Oxford Road
Established 2004 from the Department of Computer Science at the Victoria University of Manchester during merger with UMIST
Location Manchester, United Kingdom
Coordinates: 53°28′03″N 2°14′03″W / 53.4676°N 2.2343°W / 53.4676; -2.2343
Campus Oxford Road
Former names Computer Group (until 1964), Department of Computer Science (1964-2004)
Affiliations Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, University of Manchester
Website www.cs.man.ac.uk

The School of Computer Science at the University of Manchester is the academic department providing the focus for teaching and research in Computer Science. The school has its roots in the Computer Group of the Electrical Engineering Department at the Victoria University of Manchester. The Computer Group was established following Freddie Williams' move to the Electrical Engineering Department in 1946. At its formation in 1964, the Department of Computer Science was the first such department in the United Kingdom. The School was formed from the Department when the Victoria University of Manchester and UMIST merged to form the University of Manchester in 2004.

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