3.84 / 5
3.84 / 5

Computer science, University of Plymouth

10 Reviews by Students   
#47 out of 196 UK Universities for Computer science

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Accommodation in Plymouth

Covid-19 Response

TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
Confirmed Sept/Oct start
TEACHING MODE:
Blended learning
OPEN DAYS:
Autumn open days TBA
TEACHING NOTES:
They are building on pre-existing online and virtual technologies to deliver high-quality blended learning, which aims to strike the right balance between physical and digital environments
This is the latest available data taken from the plymouth.ac.uk website on 28th September 2020

10 Computer science reviews at University of Plymouth


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Student Review: 4 /5

Computer Science, BSc Hons

By member947554 On 27th April 20

ive been too lazy since graduating so cant judge prospects. the course was tough, even the first module with Nigel nearly crushed me, but success was then so sweet...full knowledge of x86 in a matter of weeks, with problems u cant find answers for on google...first module was still my proudest and favourite. the problem i had later though was they used too much corporate software. why not teach the reliable old, open and free stuff? oracle, adobe, visual studio, matlab..the silly mobile emulators and android studio...these were all a huge pain, compatibility issues and inability to run on a cheap machine...for what!? it is garbage. this isnt compsci, it is attempting to fix problems without sctually being able to as its all closed and propietary. teach vim, git, agile, theory, cpu design,get us to make our own lang, or OS...that all excites us or is useful..the other stuff is great software...but it is intimidating. why was i making animations of sheep in an ai module? stil v gd tho

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Student Review: 4 /5

Digital Art and Technology, BSc Hons

By member447299 On 13th April 20

Love the course, most I know already from previous education. Friendly staff, just wish they help us understand where we can go with these modules.

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Student Review: 4 /5
By Dymz On 8th October 17

Course is good, First module is a bit full on, especially if like me you have no coding experience. I went from writing 0 code to writing a small application in 3 different languages in the space of 4 weeks. not for the fainthearted.

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Student Review: 3 /5

Computing, BSc Hons

By ethanb On 23rd May 17
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Student Review: 4 /5

Computing & Games Development, BSc Hons

By J_ack On 5th May 17
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Student Review: 4 /5

Computing & Games Development, BSc Hons

By member919028 On 17th November 15

The course is fun and interactive, it has quite an informal yet effective method of teaching the modules which I think is mandatory for this type of subject.

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Student Review: 4 /5

Computing, BSc Hons

By brooksycfc On 16th November 15

Course gives the students a fantastic overview and some in depth detail of computing knowledge.

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Student Review: 2 /5

Computing, BSc Hons

By member718825 On 15th November 15
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Student Review: 4 /5

Digital Art and Technology, BA Hons

By Similarlyunique On 23rd July 15

It was alright, but I decided to change to a more suitable course

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Student Review: 5 /5

Computer Science, BSc Hons

By member611374 On 20th July 15
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