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    Which would be more respected by employers?

    Maths with computer science or computer science by itself, at Nottingham uni.
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    It's doubtful whether most employers would draw any distinction. Read the course descriptions and decide which is most interesting.
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    At any rate,studying maths will help with CompSci
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    (Original post by yoyojam)
    Which would be more respected by employers?

    Maths with computer science or computer science by itself, at Nottingham uni.
    Depends what you want to do really, and what industry you want to go in to. If you're wanting to go into a computing-related degree then surely pure CS will suffice. Having the maths there will probably open a couple more doors for you. CS does still have quite a bit of maths in it, so any job that requires good maths skills (Say IB) you will qualify for with pure CS.
 
 
 
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