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Has anyone done/doing the Software Engineering course at Greenwich and can get me any feedback about how valuable the course is? (In terms of resources, teacher efficiency, contact time, module choice, etc).

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Has anyone done/doing the Software Engineering course at Greenwich and can get me any feedback about how valuable the course is? (In terms of resources, teacher efficiency, contact time, module choice, etc).

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Liam

Hello Liam!

My name is Ayhun I am a second year student studying Software Engineering. I am glad that you are interested in Software Engineering it really is a fun subject to choose. To be brief the course is based on improving your coding skills and your business skills. We have computer labs to support our students and we are using VMWare to virtually connect into any computer in the lab outside the lab which allows you to work from library and home since it provides you every software that you need to use.

The Computing and Information Systems department offers many opportunities for the students such as Mentoring Schemes, Employability Events and events like this. And those events are really important because you get to meet with actual people who are working for companies such as Oracle, IBM etc.

The courses are well structured and you will find them really fun to study if you attend all your lectures in a regular basis. The courses starts building up so I highly recommend you to pay attention to every course. From the basic fundamentals of coding into the advance programming and IT management skills.

And if you are stressed and to be fair you might since it is a very demanding course which requires you to put a lot of effort into it, I would suggest you to relax in the SU Bar. You can play some games and we have many society meetings there for you to socialise get the stress off your shoulders. I also highly recommend you to take some time off your studies and never leave your deadlines to the last week because you might struggle.

That is all I can say about our lovely course really. I hope that you have found this information encouraging and hopefully you will join us.

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Hello Liam!

My name is Ayhun I am a second year student studying Software Engineering. I am glad that you are interested in Software Engineering it really is a fun subject to choose. To be brief the course is based on improving your coding skills and your business skills. We have computer labs to support our students and we are using VMWare to virtually connect into any computer in the lab outside the lab which allows you to work from library and home since it provides you every software that you need to use.

The Computing and Information Systems department offers many opportunities for the students such as Mentoring Schemes, Employability Events and events like this. And those events are really important because you get to meet with actual people who are working for companies such as Oracle, IBM etc.

The courses are well structured and you will find them really fun to study if you attend all your lectures in a regular basis. The courses starts building up so I highly recommend you to pay attention to every course. From the basic fundamentals of coding into the advance programming and IT management skills.

And if you are stressed and to be fair you might since it is a very demanding course which requires you to put a lot of effort into it, I would suggest you to relax in the SU Bar. You can play some games and we have many society meetings there for you to socialise get the stress off your shoulders. I also highly recommend you to take some time off your studies and never leave your deadlines to the last week because you might struggle.

That is all I can say about our lovely course really. I hope that you have found this information encouraging and hopefully you will join us.

Ayhun
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