Web Development Degrees in the UK

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    Web development, also known as website development, is the process of creating websites. It involves coding or programming to ensure that a website is functional for users, on a desktop or mobile device. Web design and development incorporates both the creative design and back-end building of a website, and is a rising industry due to the popularity of the online world.

    Coursework

    An undergraduate degree in web development will give you a good foundation of knowledge around the area. You might study modules on graphic design, front-end and back-end tools, programming languages, and the methods of applying these. You will be given many opportunities to improve both your developer skills and your technical skills.

    Your degree will be delivered in a mixture of modes. These will include lectures and seminars, as well as practical and computer laboratory sessions. You will get to work with cutting edge technology, developing important skills for the workplace.

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    One of the top 3 international study destinations, the UK has a number of universities that are consistently ranked in the top 10 universities in the world.

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