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    Hi,
    So for 3 years I've been studying computer science for my undergraduate degree but i want to study a engineering masters as i want to get into industrial automation for my career. On the masters course i'm looking at it requires
    "minimum of 2:2 honours degree in a relevant science or technology subject, such as physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, design technology or sports technology and A Level Maths or equivalent"

    My course is listed as a suitable degree but the thing is i don't have a-level maths? I studied most of the a-level maths syllabus on my computer science course in our maths unit and on other units requiring maths, like computational robotics.

    Does anyone think they will be likely to waive this a-level maths requirement if i tell them I've been studying maths on my undergraduate degree? I've emailed the admissions people already just thought i'd ask here as well maybe someone else is in my situation
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    (Original post by n64)
    Hi,
    So for 3 years I've been studying computer science for my undergraduate degree but i want to study a engineering masters as i want to get into industrial automation for my career. On the masters course i'm looking at it requires
    "minimum of 2:2 honours degree in a relevant science or technology subject, such as physics, chemistry, mathematics, computer science, design technology or sports technology and A Level Maths or equivalent"

    My course is listed as a suitable degree but the thing is i don't have a-level maths? I studied most of the a-level maths syllabus on my computer science course in our maths unit and on other units requiring maths, like computational robotics.

    Does anyone think they will be likely to waive this a-level maths requirement if i tell them I've been studying maths on my undergraduate degree? I've emailed the admissions people already just thought i'd ask here as well maybe someone else is in my situation
    Admissions are the only people who can answer this. Even if someone here is in the same situation admissions has the right to say no if your profile doesn't fit what they're looking for.
 
 
 

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