Discussion in 'General' started by cyberman256, 29 Mar 2008.
1st year Natsci at Cambridge.
Can't wait till I get to do straight chem...
I have nothing against business, except for the fact that my school, the vast majority of biztechs cheat on tests, and the fact that a lot of people who have difficulty with engineering switch over to biztech.
Anyone from UEA? I did Biology, sometimes thought to myself that I should have done a comp sci related degree, especially when my cells weren't playing ball and taking up DNA. But have to admit that I'm glad I didn't as otherwise messing with my own PC at home would not have been fun... Might do a masters in Bioinformatics, working in a lab at the mo which use's a lot of it and seems like a pretty interesting field....
Explain please, how?
5 year Minf in Informatics at Edinburgh Uni
4 Year Meng in Computer systems and Software engineering at Bristol.
Final Year doing Computing and Management @ Loughborough
Grtz on that, I went for an assessment centre at southbank but apparently I didn't have enough 'drive'. Not sure what I should have done different bar jumping on the desk going YYEAAAH! What position did you get?
it's who you know, not what you know (to some extent at least)
Similar to most... MEng Comp Sci @ Warwick... now work in software development/tax...
AI and Maths BSc at Edinburgh,
currently doing a law conversion at UWE, Bristol
dragontail do you mind if I ask what it tookyou to get into Cambridge as that's basiclly my dream uni but im a bit of a lazy f***er who underachieved at GCSE and though doing better at AS am still not ding as well as I could.
I'm a first year historian at Christ's College, Cambridge. Arts students unsurprisingly seem a rarity around here.
A non tech one here - PR. Studied at University of Central Lancashire. But got back to true love - tech, now working for Chameleon PR, a technology PR company, based just off Tower Bridge in London. Any start-ups out there??
Very good grades and good interview ( a friend applied with straight A's in every test from GCSE to A2 but didnt get in because he sucked at the interview)
Long time lurker, first time poster (sort of refugee from the tekforums debaucle)
I study a Design degree in Bournemouth uni, currently working for an automotive company in the champagne ardenne.
BSc in Business Studies from Lancaster Uni, followed by an MSc in E-Business and Innovation, which was actually pretty cool. One of our lecturers help develop the Internet way back when. He was an interesting guy, but really, really fat.
Too true. We tried in the first year, but by the second year we'd discovered a secret flight sim in Excel '97, and an online 2D side scrolling game where you guided a sperm up a woman, and that was the end of hard work.
I'm not really sure.
Just went for it and got it, beating 5000 applicants.
Mphys in Theoretical Physics at Manchester (the proper one, not Met). Highly recommended uni, it's bloody brilliant.
Either product design with engineering or Mech Engineering at strathclyde depending on how the exams go this year.
Done the first year of a Bsc Single honours in Psychology, had a bit of time out, go back into second year in September
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