This scheme is 50% Physical Geography and 50% Computer Science. As a Physical Geography student, you have the opportunity to study: environmental change, glaciology, fluvial processes, Earth resources, GIS & remote sensing, biogeography and sustainability. Field trips are aplenty throughout your degree. Recent destinations include New Zealand, Crete and Ireland. Laboratory and computer practicals are also at the heart of our teaching, providing you with a range of opportunities to develop your subject-specific and transferable skills.
By adding 50% Computer Science to your degree, you will also learn the fundamentals of computer science, and the very latest technology innovations. Core computing coverage includes programming, computer infrastructure, software engineering, scientific Python and agile methodologies. Computer science staff are working at the frontiers of their disciplines and many have significant experience in the industry, often working in co-operation with major international companies.
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Aber is so amazing! The academic staff are brilliant, really helpful and encouraging to make you think outside the box, the uni is right next to a lovely coastline, so everyone goes down to the beach when the sun’s out to relax – a highlight of the year. The nightlife is also great, loads of bars in town and everyone’s up for it – you end up not needing the union (besides the legendary Bierkeller) after first year, there’s so much on in town.
Provisional for Year 1 for England at £9,000
Provisional for Year 1 for Northern Ireland at £9,000
Provisional for Year 1 for Scotland at £9,000
Provisional for Year 1 for Wales at £9,000
Department of Computer Science (undergraduate enquiries): Tel. +44 (0)1970 622424
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Department of Geography and Earth Sciences (undergraduate enquiries): Tel. +44 (0)1970 622606
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So far, very enjoyable. The course is great and most people are really friendly. There are amazing societies such as medieval reenactment, and it's a lovely area on the coast. The hills aren't fun, but other than that, there are few flaws.
by Anonymous on 4th September 2015
Great university & well worth a look. You won't want to leave
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