Best Universities for Computer science
- QUARANTINE PROVISION:
- Not yet specified
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning.
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day on 20th Oct & 13th Nov.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- All students will have timetabled on-campus, in-person learning – dependent on their course, this will include seminars and tutorials etc. Most students will have some remote learning – for example, some large group lectures.
3 Computer science reviews at University of Brighton
Digital Media Development, BSc Hons
All teaching apart from 1 is outdated by 5 years. Teaching was a joke. Mistakes in lecture slides. Told oh mistakes happen. What do I pay9000£ for? Head of school incapable of working with more than 100 emails even with a P.A. Tutors won’t help you. The university has gone downhill and so they have focused all about money. Disorganised. The course probably won’t run next year. Placement team are useless. Kills passion for the industry. Worst place ever. DON’T waste your time,money and skill on this university. You would never get an apology just all blame would fall on you.
Computer Science, BSc Hons
This course is very badly run and it's as if nobody cares, or at least nobody is taking responsibility to seriously improve things. You're going to be frequently bombarded by code written to a totally unacceptable standard and I genuinely wonder whether some lecturers know anything about the subject they're teaching. In a drive to save money, you're also frequently taught by phd students with no training or experience in lecturing. A lot of people around me are smart people without much experience and they're really struggling due to a lack of support, a lack of cohesive course content and due to an extremely high workload (second year). Occasionally I meet a lecturer or tutor I think is going to be engaged but every time their apathy becomes incredibly apparent when even the most basic of mistakes aren't corrected. The advice here is outdated and overall it's a total mess.