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From course perspective and from job point of view. Hiw deep is the MSc Artificial intelligence program at Brunel vs MSc computer science at Kent. Which one is better in terms of course and job
Original post by dparesha
From course perspective and from job point of view. Hiw deep is the MSc Artificial intelligence program at Brunel vs MSc computer science at Kent. Which one is better in terms of course and job

Hi there

I am a final year law student at Kent. Although I do not study AI, hopefully I can provide some insights into studying at Kent. If you have any other queries that I do not cover, please feel free to ask! I will be happy to answer them. 🙂

Studying at Kent has been an enjoyable experience for me. Students here often have a good work life balance, which means time to socialise and undertake part-time jobs etc. whilst gaining a good understanding of the course. Students at Kent are often well supported: each student in my course was given an academic advisor (and I imagine something similar for your course), who you can contact easily to arrange a meeting or communicate any queries over email. The seminar leaders and lecturers are approachable and friendly, so students are free to discuss different concepts and questions during or after lessons.

In terms of careers, Kent has a team of specialised advisors who are able to provide tailored advice to each student. I have been to these services multiple times for application, CV reviews, career guidance and interview practices. I find these immensely useful, and they could really help boost your chances of entering a good career. At Kent, we also have an employability points scheme, which allows us to exchange our extracurricular opportunities for intern and work experiences. You can find more information on this here: Employability Points - University of Kent

I hope this helps.
Chloe
University of Kent Student Rep

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