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I'm looking for a comprehensive list of Universities offering Part Time courses in MSc in Computer Science in and around london..

I would really appreciate of you also provide me with Rankings and past performances.. The reason i'm restricting myself to London area is because i want to attend evening/weekend classes (which i Believe is a norm for Part time courses)

Any help in this direction would be appreciated

Colin

P.S. Are online courses any good?? do the degrees hold as much value as one that is achieved in the tradional way?
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I thought this was a joke at first:

http://www.mum.edu/cs_dept/descriptions
http://www.mum.edu/

They have a very liberal financial assistance policy too.

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Hi Colin

I am from birmingham and interested in these courses so I will keep an eye on this question.

I do have two what I would expect to be good suggestions:

The British Computer Society  - http://www.bcs.org/

Institute of Analysts & Programmers - http://www.iap.org.uk/

if you have a look at their websites there are alternative courses you can attend but most importantly and to answer your question i'm sure they will have best knowledge as to inform you where MSC Science courses are being taught in London.

Finally, I achieved my HND traditionally through a college of higher education, there is not really a right or wrong answer to this as it all depends on your future employers views.  Your future employer depending on their route to success may think that online learning is harder because you have to be more self motivated, however, they may also think that if you attended a college or university that you are more diciplined to attend classes on time and follow a more structured environment.  I say just go for it as once you get that qualification no one can take that away from you.  I only have a HND but im proud that I achieved it with high grades!

Good luck
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