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    Hey there!

    I graduated in 2015 with a History degree and have since then spent the time working in a related industry earning decent money. However, after eight months I have realised that whilst I have a talent with the work, it ultimately isn't for me.

    I have always had a real background passion for Computing, with technology being a part of my everyday life. I'd be interested in hearing from anyone who has studied this Masters, which bills itself to be extremely accessible, requiring no previous experience in the subject. The conversion appeals to me, but I'd like to know whether having not studied the subject before will disadvantage me in any way.

    More generally, I'd love to hear from anyone studying at the University of Kent, preferably postgraduates as to what sort of social life I can expect whilst studying for my Masters? I'm pretty familiar with the city of Canterbury due to my earlier studies.
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    Did you apply to Kent, I also like the sound of the course but i've never been to Canterbury.
    What's it like as a city ? perviously I studied in Newcastle.
 
 
 
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