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Find out about the experiences of our previous students. 

Undergraduate Degrees Student Videos

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Video: BSc Computing Science

 

Case Study One

Francesca BarnsFrancesca Barns (Foundation Year Applied Computer Science/BSc Computer Science, graduated in 2017)

Following the completion of her degree at UEA, Francesca joined the Technology Graduate Scheme at Sky. Click on Francesca’s name to learn more about why she chose to study Computing, what her graduate scheme involves and her advice to current students.


 

Case Study Two

Since graduating in 2008, Edward Johnson has built on the skills and knowledge he gained on his course to carve out a successful career in eCommerce. Just one of the many graduates that have seen the benefit of studying at UEA.

Edward Johnson
Edward Johnson (
BSc Business Information Systems)

"My degree has significantly helped in my career to date. The course content was relevant to my chosen career, on the IT side I was able to go into project meetings understanding the technical elements of the conversation, on the business side I studied accountancy, business management and other core business principles which have translated directly into my role as a project manager."

 

Case Study Three

During the Summer vacation between her 2nd and 3rd years of study Katrina Lowles worked at HVB designing a floor plan system for the Infrastructure and Facilities department. This work inspired her 3rd year project. Katrina started work at HVB after graduating and is currently working at Unicredit. 

 

Katrina LowlesKatrina Lowles (BSc Computing Science)

"Being a developer in this environment, I'm always learning from my colleagues and "playing with" new technologies. Every day is solving an existing issue or figuring out the slickest, most extensible solution to a new requirement.  

Before studying computer science at UEA, I hadn't fully grasped the infinite complexity and versatility of the programming world. University teaches you a special way of thinking and gives you the confidence to use what you know to find out what you don't."