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Cohort 3: First Year Undergraduate
Hometown: Bangor, Northern Ireland
Student life at The Dyson Institute is constantly changing. As there are small cohorts at The Institute compared to a traditional university, there is plenty of opportunity to set up a club or society of your own. Being part of the third cohort to join The Institute, there are already a variety of clubs that have been setup and with more cohorts joining in the future the number of clubs and societies will only grow.
When I first joined, I was concerned about programming as I didn't have any programming experience. However, it is incorporated into the other subjects such as the maths coursework and therefore you learn to pick it up quite quickly. While a whole lecture day can be full on, the study days are great as they allow you to go over the material from the lecture. The lectures are also recorded which means you can go back and look at anything which was unclear at the time.
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