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    I recently changed my course from a 5 year MEng in Computer science to a 4 year BSc so I can do an MSc at a different Uni but am quite unsure at which I'd like to do it.

    People who have done Computer science masters/ studied comp sci; what would you rate Universities for their comp sci masters courses?
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    (Original post by 15150776)
    I recently changed my course from a 5 year MEng in Computer science to a 4 year BSc so I can do an MSc at a different Uni but am quite unsure at which I'd like to do it.

    People who have done Computer science masters/ studied comp sci; what would you rate Universities for their comp sci masters courses?
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    Are you home student in England? An MSc is more expensive and you won't get the same level of SFE support as you do with an MEng.
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    I don't want to not have the option to do a Master's elsewhere. The MEng course I'd applied to is 5 years at the same university which I just think I don't want to do.

    I was also advised that MSci is deemed higher than MEng due to it being a postgraduate qualification whereas MEng is undergrad.

    Also, yes. I'm a British student
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    (Original post by 15150776)
    I don't want to not have the option to do a Master's elsewhere. The MEng course I'd applied to is 5 years at the same university which I just think I don't want to do.

    I was also advised that MSci is deemed higher than MEng due to it being a postgraduate qualification whereas MEng is undergrad.

    Also, yes. I'm a British student
    It's only 5 years if you do a year in industry (which is a good idea).

    An MEng is equivalent to BEng+MSc to all intents and purposes. You can do a PhD with an MEng.

    Also an MSc will likely cost £10k tuition plus living costs. You can get a postgrad tuition loan for £10k but you can't also get a seperate loan for living costs (i.e. you can't get the maintenance loan available to undergrads).

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