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Computer science and philosophy, but definitely not! It's the future. The majority of my modules were fun, not all useful though. But thats a peril of studying for any academic degree.

In short, CS- hell yeah!
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Computer science and philosophy, but definitely not! It's the future. The majority of my modules were fun, not all useful though. But thats a peril of studying for any academic degree.

In short, CS- hell yeah!
What do you think the most interesting/important module you're doing is?

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What do you think the most interesting/important module you're doing is?

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Most interesting:

Computational Learning theory
probability
Philosophy of cognitive science (phil)
Data Structures and Algorithms 1,2
Turing on computability and Intelligence (phil)
Intelligent Systems (search)



Most useful

Databases
Concurrent Programming
Data Structures and Algorithms 1,2
Object Oriented programming
Intelligent Systems (search)

To me the ones that are most important are the ones connected to AI since I want to move into data science, but I have not listed all of those under most useful or most interesting.
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What are the top 10 universities for compsci?


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What are the top 10 universities for compsci?


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Based on my personal opinion and research that I have done over the last 8 months or so… My research and opinion have been based on a variety of factors: academic reputation, reputation among employers, course content, research, facilities, continuous growth/development of the departments etc.


  1. Cambridge
  2. Imperial College London
  3. Oxford
  4. UCL
  5. Edinburgh
  6. Bath/Bristol/Warwick (Warwick is definitely a top contender which can move up)
  7. Manchester/Glasgow
  8. Southampton
  9. Durham/St. Andrews/Exeter (Compared to the universities below, their departments are incredibly small and weak. It is the exaggerated reputation of the universities and student satisfaction which make up for it.)
  10. KCL/Nottingham/Birmingham/York/Leeds/Sheffield


Then there are the rest of very good universities like Cardiff, Newcastle, Loughborough etc.
Then there are the good universities such as Royal Holloway, Kent, QMUL etc.
Then there are the mid-ranking universities.
Then there are the good ex-polys.
Then there are the average ex-polys.
Then there are the ****tiest ex-polys (London Met claiming the **** crown.)
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