I guess I should elaborate as well that I'm an international student looking to get into an online Masters conversion course in Computer Science. I was wondering how strictly are entry requirements (or more specifically GPA requirements) enforced for post-graduate entry?
I have a background in Neuroscience from the University of Pittsburgh in the USA. I also have two years of professional work experience in the same field and I'm able to get a great recommendation letter from my boss as well as another good one from another investigator. However, I also have just shy of the grade point average listed on the Universities' entry requirements (2.92 vs 3.0, 3.0 being a UK equivalent of an Honours I think?). Will I be immediately filtered out?
The Universities I was looking at include:
University of Birmingham
University of Bristol
University of Hertfordshire
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- 25-03-2016 12:48
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- 28-03-2016 10:22
Contact the unis to find out how they'd view your profile. They're the only ones who can tell you if they'd be willing to consider you or not.
- 01-07-2016 21:01
Hi all,Britain does Computer Science conversion courses, but do any other countries?
I have found load in the UK but none abroad?
UK ones include:
Imperial College London, University College London, Bristol University, Nottingham University etc.