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Graduate Survey

 

Thank you to everyone who completed our recent survey of graduates of our MSc in Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation programme. Over half of you responded and we are delighted with the positive feedback and useful suggestions and comments. View full analysis of the graduate survey (pdf)

Here is a quick summary of the survey responses:

  • 97% would recommend the course
  • 89% would be happy to talk to a prospective student considering the course

Employer support

  • 49% of students had been given time off to study by their employers
  • 37% received some kind of financial assistance
  • 32% received no support from their employer

Best parts of the course:

  • Networking and sharing knowledge with other LE professionals
  • Contacts in other forces and countries
  • Learning new skills
  • Gain new perspectives, new ways of doing things
  • Practical exercises

Challenges of the course

  • Taking time off for trips to Dublin for exams
  • Study time commitment per week – on average 15 hours per week, sometimes more, sometimes less

Personal benefits

  • Helped in my work and made me more effective at my job
  • Helped me make a career move or get a promotion
  • Increased my credibility and confidence

The winner of the Kindle is Marc Remmert

  graduate survey kindle    graduate survey draw
Nicola Fortune (Postgraduate Programme Administrator) and Rupert Bowen (International Postgraduate Liaison) pick the winner out of an envelope



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