Software for Students

The School's computer systems are installed with software from commercial suppliers, open source distributions like Ubuntu Linux, and from other providers of commercial, academic and open source software.

This page lists a small selection of commonly used software available for home use.

IBM SPSS Statistics
A comprehensive, easy-to-use set of data and predictive analytics tools for business users, analysts and statistical programmers
Matlab
Matlab is a high-level language and interactive environment from Mathworks for the development of algorithms, data visualisation, data analysis and numerical computation.
Java
Oracle Java programming language.
Microsoft Office
Microsoft's office productivity suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Thunderbird
Thunderbird is a comprehensive email client from Mozilla, a non-profit organization which provides open source Web and Internet applications.
LibreOffice
The open source office productivity suite from The Document Foundation. The suite consists of Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base.
PuTTY
A free SSH client for Windows.
Visual Paradigm
A visual modelling tool for UML diagrams. It supports case management, SysML requirement diagrams and database design.
Microsoft Imagine
The open source office productivity suite from The Document Foundation. The suite consists of Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base.