How are classes split at Queen Mary?

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I am planning on studying computer science at Queen Mary "if I get the right grades" and I was curious how the class will be split up as looking at last year there were 230 students. Is it done alphabetically or randomly?
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I am planning on studying computer science at Queen Mary "if I get the right grades" and I was curious how the class will be split up as looking at last year there were 230 students. Is it done alphabetically or randomly?
Hi,

This may fall under course specific queries therefore I would suggest you email the school of electronic engineering and computer science (EECS) team who may be able to respond to this specific query.
Undergraduate contact: [email protected]

We also might have a student doing an undergraduate degree in the school of computer science so you can head over to QMUL Unibuddy (https://www.qmul.ac.uk/unibuddy/) and filter by subject area (e.g. computer science) and find a current student ambassador doing Computer science and ask questions about student life and course related questions such as yours.

Hope this helps

Faaeq, Student ambassador & TSR Rep
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