3.55 / 5
3.55 / 5

Computer science, Glasgow Caledonian University

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Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start (delayed start date)
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning
OPEN DAYS:
10th June, 8th Sep & 2 Oct
TEACHING NOTES:
The university will be continuing with their blended learning approach implemented in Tri A, offering a mixture of online learning and teaching and, face to face teaching on campus. Face-to face teaching will be limited to small ‘socially distanced’ group teaching for some students, with low numbers of students and staff on campus at any one time.
This is the latest available data taken from the gcu.ac.uk website on 10th May 2021. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

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15 Computer science reviews at Glasgow Caledonian University


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Student Review: 1 /5

Digital Design (3D Animation and Visualisation), BSc Hons

By anggastaputri On 7th September 20

The course I was supposed to take is MSc 3D Design for Virtual Environment. It was cancelled very late, only a few weeks before the start date.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Digital Security, Forensics and Ethical Hacking, BEng Hons

By member948712 On 27th May 20

First year is a bit slow with lots of maths, software and database material slowing down progress in the Forensics and digital Security side

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Student Review: 4 /5

Computer Games (Design), BSc Hons

By member848454 On 19th May 20

The course covers a variety of content and disciplines that are relevant to a career in game design.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Cyber Security and Networks, BSc Hons

By member946584 On 8th March 20

Good good good good de d f

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Student Review: 5 /5

Computer Games (Design), BSc Hons

By member544255 On 5th December 19

Once again I'm at college

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Student Review: 5 /5

Cyber Security and Networks, BSc Hons

By member743947 On 22nd November 19

I have chosen a course that tickles my interests

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Student Review: 4 /5

Computer Games (Design), BSc Hons

By member1140987 On 2nd August 19

The course is a great first step into the gaming industry.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Cyber Security and Networks, BSc Hons

By alekgal On 20th July 19

The course is amazing.

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Student Review: 2 /5

Computing, BSc Hons

By member540194 On 7th July 19

Honestly, this course could be so much better. But it's full of far more useless and/or lazy tutors than there are good/decent tutors. If you actually want to learn something useful, you're better of doing it all from online courses. As that's effectively what I had to do. Much of the material provided was awful and out-dated. For a technology course, this should not be the case. Some coursework marking felt as though it was just given out randomly to look like legitimate overall marks, as some modules had overly simple coursework that would mean all students are handing in identical coursework, how this produced such varied marks amazes me. Some modules would give a marking scheme when coursework is issued, some would not, making it near impossible to determine what is actually being asked, or what needs to be done. This review isn't even out of spite, I got a 1st. But it needs to change. A lot of wasted time with awful lectures from lecturers who've had no real world experience.

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Student Review: 2 /5

Computing, BSc Hons

By member540194 On 7th July 19

Honestly, this course could be so much better. But it's full of far more useless and/or lazy tutors than there are good/decent tutors. If you actually want to learn something useful, you're better of doing it all from online courses. As that's effectively what I had to do. Much of the material provided was awful and out-dated. For a technology course, this should not be the case. Some coursework marking felt as though it was just given out randomly to look like legitimate overall marks, as some modules had overly simple coursework that would mean all students are handing in identical coursework, how this produced such varied marks amazes me. Some modules would give a marking scheme when coursework is issued, some would not, making it near impossible to determine what is actually being asked, or what needs to be done. This review isn't even out of spite, I got a 1st. But it needs to change. A lot of wasted time with awful lectures from lecturers who've had no real world experience.

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Student Review: 2 /5

Computing, BSc Hons

By member540194 On 7th July 19

Honestly, this course could be so much better. But it's full of far more useless and/or lazy tutors than there are good/decent tutors. If you actually want to learn something useful, you're better of doing it all from online courses. As that's effectively what I had to do. Much of the material provided was awful and out-dated. For a technology course, this should not be the case. Some coursework marking felt as though it was just given out randomly to look like legitimate overall marks, as some modules had overly simple coursework that would mean all students are handing in identical coursework, how this produced such varied marks amazes me. Some modules would give a marking scheme when coursework is issued, some would not, making it near impossible to determine what is actually being asked, or what needs to be done. This review isn't even out of spite, I got a 1st. But it needs to change. A lot of wasted time with awful lectures from lecturers who've had no real world experience.

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Student Review: 5 /5

Cyber Security and Networks, BSc Hons

By member1139017 On 6th June 19

I am learning alot in my course :)

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Student Review: 5 /5

Computing, BSc Hons

By member1238871 On 4th June 19

Great course highly recommend, good lectures and professors.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Digital Security, Forensics and Ethical Hacking, BEng Hons

By member1238855 On 4th June 19

Interesting course, good pace, thorough and very career focused

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Student Review: 5 /5

Digital Security, Forensics and Ethical Hacking, BEng Hons

By member838837 On 3rd June 19

Most modules are run great and are interesting to learn about. The later years will be much more interesting and in depth than the first two

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