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MSc Computing and Information Technology

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Why did you choose the course?

My fascination with computers began with my first personal computer while doing undergraduate study. I realised that this course would not only feed my curiosity, but also arm me with the relevant skills to be useful in the current and evolving information and technology age.

What appealed to you about Northumbria and studying in Newcastle?

While searching for certified institutions in the United Kingdom that offered CIT, I found Northumbria to be one of the new schools with modern facilities that offered the contemporary skills that I needed.

What are the best things about Newcastle for students?

Newcastle has a wide diversity of sociocultural interests that allows students
from different ethno-cultural backgrounds to easily settle in and find comfort. The nightclubs in particular offer an interesting social vent after a hard study week.

Favourite thing about the University?

Being in a community of diverse people from all over the globe offers a most interesting opportunity to learn from and interact with various cultures. Also the University offers a 24-hour library services which can be accessed from anywhere.

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