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    Can anyone who is studying or has graduated from this subject tell me more about it and your experience?

    Thank you so much!


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    I didnt study this but my husband graduated from MEng Computer Science last year. From what I've seen and what he tells me, it seems like a good course. It could be a more practical as opposed to theory based but that depends on the uni. It's also a good course as the MEng gives you a bit of an advantage when you're applying for jobs.

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    (Original post by b_white)
    Possibly biased view (as I'm computing):

    You do 60% of the modules from both degrees so 120% overall for jmc (joint maths computing).

    The computing is easy, the maths is a *****. half of the initial intake have switched to straight computing by the time they graduate (most at the end of 1st year).
    Thank you for your reply.
    Is it easy to switch to straight computing?


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