Many students are keen to learn the tech skills that will make them stand out to a graduate employer, or simply want to learn more about computing for their own interests.
The School of Computing is now offering a ‘Year in Computing’ for all Kent undergraduate students. This extra year can be taken after stage 2 or the final year of a students’ current degree programme.
The Year in Computing will especially be of interest to students if;
- they are interested in studying computing AND their current degree,
- they would like to get prepared for a career in tech,
- they are interested in exploring the frontiers of their subject and computing,
- they want to learn how to be creative with computing.
Colin Johnson who is heading up the programme said; ‘We have had a very positive response from students across all disciplines about the Year in Computing. The students who have been accepted on to the programme so far have a range of reasons for wanting to study computing, from opening up their career options to adding a formal qualification that demonstrates their interest in computing.’
To find out more go to https://www.cs.kent.ac.uk/ug/year-in-computing.html