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I want to study Computer Science/Software Engineering. As of now I only have an offer from Kent for Software Engineering. I want to try going through clearing to get into a university in London. However I am struggling to find information on what universities in London are good for Computer Science. The only University I had in mind was QMUL but all their computer related courses are closed for clearing.

Can someone please recommended me a university in London that has good reviews/is known to be a good university for people looking to o Computer Science.

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imperial college if you have good A level, otherwise you can try london metropolitan university, london south bank university, middlesex uni, greenwich university, university of west london ,city uni etc...
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I want to study Computer Science/Software Engineering. As of now I only have an offer from Kent for Software Engineering. I want to try going through clearing to get into a university in London. However I am struggling to find information on what universities in London are good for Computer Science. The only University I had in mind was QMUL but all their computer related courses are closed for clearing.Hi

Can someone please recommended me a university in London that has good reviews/is known to be a good university for people looking to o Computer Science.

Thank you.
Hi ahatari1001,

My name is Aleks and I am a course ambassador at Middlesex University!
Middlesex University offers various different courses that you might be interested in studying. Each of those courses will equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to have a successful career in this field. Here are a few of them:

Computer Science BSc/MComp: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/underg...mputer-science
Foundation Year in Computing and Engineering: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/computing
Cyber Security and Digital Forensics BSc: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/underg...ital-forensics
Computer Systems Engineering BEng: https://www.mdx.ac.uk/courses/underg...ms-engineering

Have a look at the links and if you find anything that interests you let us know!

Kind regards,
Aleks
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Why London specifically? What A-level subjects did you take? What grades did you get? Without that information it's a bit hard to make reasonable suggestions.

Unfortunately the two strongest courses for CS in purely academic terms in London (Imperial and UCL) don't normally participate in clearing. You may want to explore courses more widely as a result, as there are plenty of stronger courses outside of London, for example Southampton (which may be in clearing, and also is somewhat close-ish to London if you did want easier access to the City).
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I want to study Computer Science/Software Engineering. As of now I only have an offer from Kent for Software Engineering. I want to try going through clearing to get into a university in London. However I am struggling to find information on what universities in London are good for Computer Science. The only University I had in mind was QMUL but all their computer related courses are closed for clearing.

Can someone please recommended me a university in London that has good reviews/is known to be a good university for people looking to o Computer Science.

Thank you.
I'm not sure if this will be useful but I did a little bit of research and I found 'Imperial College'. https://www.theguardian.com/educatio...n-league-table
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