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Would you like to add a Year in Computing to your degree?
Will tech skills help you in your degree or career?
Come to our Kickstart lunch to find out more, share pizza and talk with others about your interest in tech.
The Year in Computing is a free-standing, self-contained year, offered to current undergraduate students from the University of Kent and can be taken after stage two or three (that is, between your second and final year, or after your final year).
The Year in Computing is suitable for you if you are a current Kent undergraduate and if:
You are interested in studying computing AND your degree.
You would like to get prepared for a career in tech
You are interested in exploring the frontiers of your subject and computing
You want to learn how to be creative with computing.
Applications for September 2017 are now open and will close on 31 March 2017. Applicants are considered and interviewed on a rolling basis.Visit the event web page
University of Kent,
DetailsOpen to This event is open to all University of Kent undergraduates, except School of Computing and School of Psychology students.,
Free - but tickets are required so we can order enough pizza
Contact: School of Computing
School of Computing