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I'm confused. Which University has the better reputation?
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Hi
I'm confused. Which University has the better reputation?
Depends on the course but I think that Bath generally has a better rep
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Hi
I'm confused. Which University has the better reputation?
Which degree?
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Oxford Brookes is a college within uni of Oxford Which is top 5 worldwide
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Oxford Brookes is a college within uni of Oxford Which is top 5 worldwide
Wrong.
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Which degree?
computer science
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computer science
I’ve heard that bath is really good for computer science
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https://www.brookes.ac.uk/courses/un...mputer-science

"All your modules will include continuous assessment. If they include written examinations, these are worth 30%, 50% or 70% of the module." Accredited by the British Computer Society (Full CITP, partial CEng)

https://www.bath.ac.uk/courses/under...puter-science/
"A broad range of assessments methods will be used throughout the degree. As a guide, approximately 40% of assessment is by coursework over the duration of the course." I could not see it was accredited so ask about that - grade requirements much higher.

Which appeals more? Career-wise consider a year in industry and an accredited course are better.
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https://www.brookes.ac.uk/courses/un...mputer-science

"All your modules will include continuous assessment. If they include written examinations, these are worth 30%, 50% or 70% of the module." Accredited by the British Computer Society (Full CITP, partial CEng)

https://www.bath.ac.uk/courses/under...puter-science/
"A broad range of assessments methods will be used throughout the degree. As a guide, approximately 40% of assessment is by coursework over the duration of the course." I could not see it was accredited so ask about that - grade requirements much higher.

Which appeals more? Career-wise consider a year in industry and an accredited course are better.
ok, but the course is a 1 year masters (conversion) course, not an undergraduate degree.
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ok, but the course is a 1 year masters (conversion) course, not an undergraduate degree.
Where did you say that? The same questions re assessment, accreditation and content apply. Brookes has the benefit of being in Oxford ...
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