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I will be a second year student at university studying computer science with maths as I'm not sure whether to go back to university or do the course online. My first year was cut short due to coronavirus and I still want to get the experience of university life.

I'm unsure as to whether it is worth going considering the loans I'd have to pay back but also the risk of the year getting cut short again.
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u just have to work out what is more important to you
would you miss the social aspect of uni if u did it online?
do you think you would struggle to adjust back into the university enviroment after so many months off?
its just up to personal preference really
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I will be a second year student at university studying computer science with maths as I'm not sure whether to go back to university or do the course online. My first year was cut short due to coronavirus and I still want to get the experience of university life.

I'm unsure as to whether it is worth going considering the loans I'd have to pay back but also the risk of the year getting cut short again.
Most unis are saying that semester 1 will be delivered online so you are right to be concerned. If the online version is still £9k then I recommend you tough it out and see if they move to face to face classes in semester 2. If the online version is a lot cheaper then do it online.
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