There aren't heaps of positives to mention, teachers are good.
Cons : There should be more specification fields in this course.
My advice to future students is: For potential future students, I would suggest to take MIT and choose subjects according to their interest
The university is petty strict with studies. negatives : i am from computer science background so i felt i am repeating the same thing which i did in my bachelors.
My advice to future students is: come out, stay near university, be ready to spend most of your time in library and have fun with a lot of activities in the university
Positive: teach programming by clearing the basics concepts.
My advice to future students is: Look for internships asap
Positive aspects being in depth learning of the subject.
Negative aspects being too much to learn overall.
My advice to future students is: Stay in contact (and ask q's) with the lecturers for the in depth learning of a subject. That will help you a lot.
Positive aspects are you get to learn a lot of things, your basics gets cleared in terms of programming initially.
By doing assignments you gain more practical experience.
Negative aspects are there are few interesting subjects in this course
My advice to future students is: Do your assignments on time and work hard for it. You might not get it right the first time but with time eventually you will catch up.
Good exposure to practical knowledge.
Very old technology taught
Not industry related.
My advice to future students is: Do your best and always be ahead of time.
And don't slack off and fall behind
Positives: I like the way course has been planned. It is very up to date according to the industry requirements. Moreover, we have an option to select elective subjects from a very diverse pool of subjects. I found the quality of the assignments challenging and a great way to demonstrate the skills acquired. The course also has subjects to learn while working at industry that is industry based learning. For that you get credits and experience at the same time. There is also mandatory subject which helps students to learn professional ethics. You get an industry project and work as a team to complete it.
Negatives: Being a master degree, I expected the course to have more depth but to my surprise the subjects are the same for bachelor and master degree. The practical labs in some subjects are too easy and does not have much contribution to the final marks. The ration of students to the teacher is not optimal.
My advice to future students is: I would say that if you are looking for more depth knowledge try to get into a research based course. Also, be aware that this course would not challenge you much. The assignments could be too easy considering it is an master degree. But if you want a good environment and awesome faculties then this course is a right choice.
Positives: I have already finished my bachelors in same course so its continued to that.
Secondly, I do love networking and some system design architecture, and here in this course, it contains both of them.
Negatives: Few things in this course is repeating from my previous studies which I already know
My advice to future students is: If you have interest in systems and how to manage it, then you should definitely go with this course
Positives: Getting in touch with cutting edge technology
Negatives: requires lot of research
My advice to future students is: if you are really interested in technology then only take this subject
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