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If anybody knows, what's it like studying computer science at Anglia Ruskin university vs at the University of East Anglia. I'm probably going to apply to both anyway.
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UEA has a far better reputation and their Computing Science course looks solid
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UEA has a far better reputation and their Computing Science course looks solid
yeah the UEA course looks quite good with loads of optional modules, but Anglia Ruskin's course is accredited and there are loads of tech companies in Cambridge.
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yeah the UEA course looks quite good with loads of optional modules, but Anglia Ruskin's course is accredited and there are loads of tech companies in Cambridge.
So is UEA’s course. From the university website

This course has been accredited by the British Computer Society for full CITP and partial CEng. Accreditation means that a candidate has fully or partially fulfilled the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered IT Professional (CITP) and Chartered or Incorporated Engineer (CEng / IEng) and / or a Chartered Scientist (CSci) and / or Registered IT Technician (RITTech).



UEA also ranks 31st for Computer science in the U.K., whilst Anglia Ruskin ranks 98th.
UEA overall ranks 14th whilst Anglia Ruskin ranks 116th.
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If anybody knows, what's it like studying computer science at Anglia Ruskin university vs at the University of East Anglia. I'm probably going to apply to both anyway.
this is like comparing lse to plymouth..

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So is UEA’s course. From the university website

This course has been accredited by the British Computer Society for full CITP and partial CEng. Accreditation means that a candidate has fully or partially fulfilled the academic requirement for registration as a Chartered IT Professional (CITP) and Chartered or Incorporated Engineer (CEng / IEng) and / or a Chartered Scientist (CSci) and / or Registered IT Technician (RITTech).



UEA also ranks 31st for Computer science in the U.K., whilst Anglia Ruskin ranks 98th.
UEA overall ranks 14th whilst Anglia Ruskin ranks 116th.
Oh yeah, so it is. thanks for that. I'll take it into consideration
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