How many days a week for a computer science course

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Hi I have 2 unis, Brunel uni and royal holloway.

For the 3 year computer science bsc, how many days a week roughly will I be at uni?

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Probably 5. Your lectures will probably be split over 5 days and you may have practical sessions as well. It might well range from 4 hours a day on some to 1 or 2 hours on others.. Other than that contact the universities as they will have more information on your timetable
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It’s theoretically the same for all degrees 1,200 hours a year studying.
How much of that is timetabled and how much you have to do on your own will vary.
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Why do you need to know this?
Travel / living at home?
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(Original post by McGinger)
Why do you need to know this?
Travel / living at home?
General question to see how a week works
I will livinh at home
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(Original post by Umayrc63)
General question to see how a week works
I will livinh at home
Whatever teaching/classes/lectures/praticals etc are actually timetabled, you will be expected to study outiside this time.
A degree is not a part-time activity - you are going to be busy on most days of the week.
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