Computer Science Personal Statement Uk Examples

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From an early age I’ve always been deeply interested in computing. It was my dad, introducing me to the computer systems at his work place that first sparked this interest. I can always remember the feeling of wanting to know just how computers worked, why they worked and what else they could do...

The study of mathematical sciences has intrigued me for many years. The decision to study A levels in both Maths and Physics stemmed from a high interest level and strong aptitude in both subject areas...

"The world of computers is growing at an un-recordable rate everyday, computers are the most influential tools in our lives, they are our present and future. In my opinion nothing on the planet can measure the exponential growth and excitement in the computing industry, and industry which I want to be a part of, particularly Software Engineering...

When asked why I like Mathematics, I realised that it is all down to my personality. Being a composed, explicit person, I enjoy the challenge of questions with unequivocal answers. My character’s orderly side draws me enthusiastically towards neat solutions, my creativity gives rise to my acceptance of new ideas and my positive mind results in my wish to succeed...

My three major interests and passions are Computer Science, Maths and Music, and I believe that there is a creative fusion between all these disciplines. I engage wholeheartedly in these areas both in my school courses and out of school, and hope that I will be able to continue doing so on my chosen course and in the extra-curricular opportunities at university...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I find it amazing to watch as the digital revolution sculpts society at a rate that has never before been seen; there is so much to still be discovered. Quantum computing is a topic that particularly interests me, stemming from my studies and keen interest in physics...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I first became interested in computing at the age of sixteen when I decided to enrol on a computer course at a local college, where I was taught computer systems and word processing. The course served to deepen my interest in computers and a few months later I decided to use all my savings in order to buy my own...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Computers and their immense diversity have interested me thoroughly. In particular: Artificial Intelligence, Web Languages and building computers. These have stretched my knowledge of computers and I always strive to expand my knowledge of these topics further...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Many factors contribute to why I am interested in designing and developing computer software. While I enjoy the logical challenges within computer science I also relish the creative work, which fits in with my love for Drama and my enjoyment of drawing...

Computer Science/Computer Security Personal Statement

I have made my degree course choices based around my love of computers and all things computing. To help with my decision concerning degree course choices I read through many prospectuses and attended University Open Days, I sat in on some lectures that outlined the course content of each subject...

Logical problem solving has always appealed to me and this explains my interests in mathematics, programming and computing in general. The decision to read computer science was therefore a simple one. My desire for solving challenging problems led to my choices of studying mathematics and physics at AS-level...

Physics/Computer Science Personal Statement

The ways in which people have been able to progress in understanding the world around us by finding new ways to adapt and improve ideas and theories has always fascinated me, which is why I have always enjoyed studying Physics at school...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Mathematics and Science, especially Physics, are courses I am most interested in among my school courses as they mould my logical thinking and problem-solving abilities. In order to fuse both my interest coherently, I choose to study computer, along with the minor of Mathematics, if possible, in my future...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Computers have held a life-long fascination for me. What started as an interest in just using them developed into a growing desire to understand how a collection of simple ideas and components can interact to produce an entity as complex and adaptable as a computer...

I am interested in studying Computer Science because I find it fascinating. When I was a child, I was absolutely attracted by Computer games and later it was programming. I also like studying Maths and Physics, but I chose Computing as my career because of its opening, modernity and lots of challenges...

Computer Science Personal Statement

My passion with computers stated to grow when I learned accounting. I found that computers are powerful tools which can help businesses with analyzing the mass of data and making decisions. I believe that a person with both business knowledge and computer skill will be in large demand in China, especially after it has entered the WTO...

Computer Science Personal Statement

My interest in computers goes right back to when I was eight and I used to write my own little stories on my mum's laptop. Now, not only have I got experience in using a computer, I have learned a substantial amount of HTML, through A Level ICT and self-teaching...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Choosing to read Computing wasn't a hard decision to make. I thoroughly enjoy working with computers and have owned a P.C. for the past 8 years. The enjoyment I've experienced during past lessons and from good examination grades also aided my choice The fact that the I...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Computing and its applications have always fascinated me and for this reason I have found my A-level courses extremely interesting. This also has maintained my long-term interest in computer-related careers I have studied mathematics, physics and computing to A-level and also during the first year at Hills Road Sixth Form College I re-took my GCSE English...

Computer Science Personal Statement

After graduating from university for two months and with the Telecommunication major, I worked in the VietNam Mobile telecommunication System company (VMS). During six months working there, my knowledge was broaden much in GSM network and computer network which was used to collect reports from all VMS's stations...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I am intending to study a computing related subject as I think that the future will be all about computers and they are also becoming ever more necessary in all jobs and everyday life. Throughout school, my interest in computers has always been second to none as I took standard grade and higher and achieved good grades for both...

Computer Science Personal Statement

All my life, I have had a fascination and interest in computing and technology. I have always enjoyed keeping up-to-date with the latest advances in technology and have remained amazed at the speed of computerised developments over the past few years...

Computer Science Personal Statement

My first memory was the desire to open up the computer and see what was inside. That childish fascination has not left me but has deepened over the years; now after 17 years I have not only built and upgraded many computers but have discovered that software interests me equally as much I enjoy researching new developments in the IT industry...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I have chosen to study Computer Science because I am fascinated by how computers work and I spend most of my spare time designing programs and web pages because I enjoy problem solving and logical thinking...

Computer Studies Personal Statement

Throughout my academic life, I have had different ideas about what career I would pursue in the future. In secondary school I wanted to become a pharmacist because of the high earnings. I later decided through careful consideration that I should keep my options open, hence choosing Chemistry, Biology, Computing and Mathematics at AS Level...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I am interested in studying Computer Science because I find it fascinating. When I was a child, I was absolutely attracted by Computer games and later it was programming. I also like studying English and Graphic Arts , but I chose Computing as my career because of its opening, modernity and lots of challenges...

Computer Science Personal Statement

It has never occur to me that one of these days I would have to write a personal statement for a graduate program for Computer Science. When I was young, I have always picture myself as an auto mechanic guy or even worse, working at a fast food restaurant...

Computer Science Personal Statement

For many years, I have been interested in questions of right and wrong, in why conflict arises and how it can be resolved, and in looking at both sides of an argument. I maintain an interest in political processes and thought and am a strong supporter of democracy and the principle of justice...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I have nurtured an eternal interest in computing, as well as that of both communications and media. The digital age we live in has the potential to revolutionise the was we work and communicate, and this has motivated me to become part of it, gaining a directly relevant Degree qualification as a first step I am currently enjoying very successful A-Level courses in Mathematics, English, Art and General Studies, a wide-ranging course which I chose as I believe they represent the broad base of skills essential in the modern world...

Computer Science Personal Statement

At college the various courses that I currently study are A2 Economics, AVCE ICT Double Award, and AS Chemistry. In the previous year I studied AS Geography, however I decided that I did not wish to continue the course into the second year...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Personal Statement I have always had a sustained interest in pursing a career which is computer based. It was because of this interest that I chose to study Information Technology as one of my A levels...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I have developed a keen interest in computers since an early age, and have been fascinated by how they work, as well as the advances in technology. Computing is by no means a mature market and is ever-evolving...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I am interested in studying a course such as Computer Science because I find the subject area very exciting. When I was younger, I was absolutely fascinated by Computers & games and later I came to learn more about hardware and how computers work, this conformed my belief that this is the kind of course for me I enjoy studying psychology and how computers are used in psychometric testing and by the police, design technology because of use of computing in designing, and biology learning how things work together in harmony I hope to choose a career in computing and communication because of its opening, modernity and lots of challenges...

Computer Science Personal Statement

From as early as I can remember, I have always had a fascination with computers and the way in which they work. Computer science is thus, the natural progression for me as I continue to define the person I want to become in later life...

Computer Science Personal Statement

From an early age I have always had a strong interesting computing, starting with my very first Amiga computer to the small network of home PCs I now own and manage. Initially the aspect of computing I was most interested in was design which led me into designing web pages and graphics...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Since the age of six, when I received a Commodore 64 as a Christmas present, computers have fascinated me. As I have grown up, the use of computers has increased beyond most expectations. Today they are involved in almost every aspect of our lives, and it seems as if the list of possibilities that they will offer us tomorrow is almost infinite...

I want to study Computer Science because the world of computers and their integration has exploded in recent years. It has been incredible to observe the development of the computer, from something that was originally the size of a small room and now can fit easily into your hand and has become an integral part of modern society finding uses in just about everything...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I am an organised and hard working person and I have a good record of achievement from my school, college and my attendance, punctuality was excellent. I am presently studying a Btec National Diploma IT practitioner systems support and Cisco semester tree network...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I am looking to pursuit a carer in Computing, in particular Software Engineering. Since an early age I became fascinated with computers and the way they are used. My Uncle inspired me to experiment with computers working from Windows 3...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I have a long standing interest in computing and computer related systems and technology. When I was young I used to enjoy taking things apart to see how they work, and my interest in computers particularly was peaked when I attended work experience in year 10 at a computer shop...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Over the past few years, I have developed a great interest in computer science, software development, and the IT industry. However, my motivation for studying computer science took shape from very early on, when elementary school introduced me to computers...

Computer Science & Mathematics Personal Statement

I have always been fascinated by Mathematics and I really enjoy the delightful feeling I get after solving a difficult problem. Everything that is happening from rocket science to simple day to day life problems can be explained in a mathematical way and that is the beauty of this subject...

Computer Science Personal Statement

My interest in computing was mainly the way of logical processing and problem-solving, the fact that if there were a problem there is a solution. I have enormous passion about mathematics and this is because my dad influenced and helped me in being keen in maths like him...

In pursuing computer science I have been fascinated by technologies in general and computers in particular from the beginning. I possess a great thirst for knowledge and learning new disciplines and inspired by the subjects complexity and beauty...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Ever since my early years at school I can remember having a huge interest in computers, how they work, and their affect on society and how everything works. When I was much younger I remember the first computer my dad ever bought, this is when my interest first developed, when my dad would have a problem with his computer I would generally be able to work out the problem and fix it myself, from this point on my interest only grew as I began to understand more and more about computers, my thirst for knowledge went on to new areas, suddenly I found myself leaving school and still I felt somewhat left in the dark in a lot of areas concerning Computers and general IT, from this point on I knew I wanted to carry this on into college and hopefully further into University...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I am pursuing computer science because I have been fascinated by technologies in general and computers in particular from the beginning. I occupy a great hunger for understanding and learning new skills and inspired by the subjects complexity and beauty...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I have always had a natural flair for computers and this has become clearer to me over the past three years in full-time employment. I find that the IT skills that I use everyday as a legal secretary such as touch-typing and using specialist legal and accounts software have always come more naturally and easily to me, without any training, than others in my sector...

My interest in computers and technology started when I was given a computer as a present, at the age of ten. Because there was nobody to teach me how to use it, I had to teach myself, experimenting with different options...

I have acquired a keen interest in computing over a prolonged amount of time. This has been further enhanced since I began studying ICT at GCSE level and onwards to A-Level. In addition this has maintained my long term interest in all computer related areas...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Advances in Computer and Information Technology over the past few decades have brought about revolution in science, medicine, education, business, and entertainment. I wish to be part of the future revolution and that is why I want to study Computer Science...

Computer Science Personal Statement

At first, it was all about the interest to know exactly what really brings the voice in to the radio speakers, then as I came across Science in my junior years at school, I started to understand what really is happening in our days, the world of technology...

Computer Science Personal Statement

As a graduate student at South China University of Technology, I had received a particularly well-rounded education in Science, complemented by studies in the computer science. After four years' undergraduate study and research, I realize that computer science had become part of my life...

Computer Science Personal Statement

My views about computing changed considerably when I heard about Linux. In the late nineties it was a newer operating system and tasks like installing and configuring were considered to be quite challenging in India...

Computer Science Personal Statement

During the past 20 years, computing has changed dramatically which has always been a major interest of mine. The first computer I ever remember using were the old Acorn computers that were used in my primary school...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Building my first computer was an experience I will never forget. Looking over what seemed to be a city of silicone, I marveled at how elegantly the components were arranged on the motherboard. Yet I did not feel fully satisfied, as I knew there was a whole other world of computing, which could only be explored by completing a degree in Computer Science...

There is always an answer to every question; we just have to find a creative way to reach them. During the summer of last year there was a death within my family and many problems arouse, I had to travel back to Afghanistan to resolve these feuds from escalating...

Computing Science Personal Statement

I don't know if it's a co-incidence or just some sort of supreme-being setting me up for life, but I got my first pair of glasses the same year that I first saw a computer. It was at my primary school in 1984, it was a BBC Model B, and they were brown NHS jobbies...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Since my first years of school, my life has gravitated around the questions starting with “Why” and “How”. In the 7th grade I was introduced to physics, which answered some of my questions but also generated more...

Mathematics and Computer Science Personal Statement

I have found Mathematics a fascinating subject since my early years. I enjoy it as it is challenging and logical. I am particularly interested in Decision Mathematics as it is a field that is directly related to real-life applications of Mathematics and can be used to solve problems, such as finding the optimal solution for transporting materials from one place to another while minimizing the cost...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Computer Science - the most exciting insight into humanity's mission to conquer the future. It has been my favourite and most fascinating preoccupation since childhood, though back then I did not even know it...

computer science personal statement

computer science has been somethin ive been very interested in ever since we first used laptops in science with mr callacher. im interested in doin computer science coz im a bit shit at ict so this is probs a better course for me...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I could tell you why am interested in Computer Science until the cows come home, but to give you the fundamentals I would so passionately tell you that this course is one of the few disciplines which truly embodies the days of tomorrow...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Most people browse their PC and see nothing more than the GUI presented to them. I view the coding, networking, algorithms and component microengineering that enable the interconnected world today as a miracle...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Computer science has dramatically changed the way our species has socially and economically developed over the past century. The ability of the computer to quickly and accurately perform calculations combined with our ability to form principled judgements and creative solutions makes computer science integral to the overall development of our species...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Despite an ever-widening scope of choice for the 21st century student, studying the nature of Computer Science means far more to me than an academic subject studied for a set number of hours a week. It is undoubtedly an ever influential and concrete foundation of the society we live in today...

Computer Science Masters Personal Statement

I want to study Computer Science because it pairs together two wonderful things; Mathematics and technology. Although I have enjoyed working with computers since a young age, it wasn’t until I began studying Decision Mathematics that I decided this is the field I want to study at university...

Software Engineering Personal Statement

I enjoy analyzing how everything technological works. Every device from the Pascal's calculator in the early 17th century to modern advances such as complex drones have something in common, they fascinate me...

Computer Science Personal Statement (International Student)

In this world that computer is conquering every aspect of life one by one, being a consumer doesn't satisfy me and I want to take part in this revolution. I’m aware that computer science needs someone who can think logically, communicate perfectly and also have a problem-solver mind...

Computer and Network Technology Personal Statement

The evolution of computers and in particular, the Internetwork, has always intrigued me with fascination and curiosity. As an enthusiast in understanding how computer systems function, it is something I have always had a passion for from an early age...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Computer programming is what I consider my bread and butter hobby, and has been where I’ve put my creative energies into for the larger part of my life, be that in the form of studying mathematics, developing small video games using the Unity engine, or just playing around with maths puzzles using languages such as Python and C#...

Computer Science / Economics Personal Statement

My major passions, which appeal to me, are Computer Science, Economics, Finance and Mathematics, and in my opinion there is a creative combination among these varied disciplines. I have engaged wholeheartedly in these areas both inside and outside of school, and I desire to actively partake in them at university through my chosen courses and extra activities...

Computer Science Personal Statement

Now that I’m in my last year of high school, where i studied mathematics, physics, and engineering science, i’m convinced that computer science is my way. Everything started at home, i was regularly asked to help my family with computers, i started to get really interested in computing and began to fiddle little electronic pieces to understand how it was made...

Computer Science and Music Personal Statement

One word can give a great summary of my life; Kenneth - the name of my melodeon. Over a number of years I've shown dedication to and enthusiasm with an instrument I discovered purely by accident at primary school with no prior interest in folk music...

Computer Science Personal Statement

My fascination with computers naturally arose from my love for computer games. However, my interest in computer science was initially sparked when I read "Gödel, Escher, Bach", by D. Hofstadter. This book enlightened me to the simplicity of mathematics, logic, cognitive science and their applications...

Computer Science Personal Statement

I have a strong desire to study Computer Science because it is unimaginable to witness its advancement, from something that was at first the size of a room to something that nowadays can effortlessly fit in one’s pocket...

Computer Science & AI Personal Statement

I don't want to change the world. I want to change the way we interact with it and programming is a good way to accomplish it. Every day I challenge myself to imagine new possible solutions for real-world problems and create them by writing new lines of code...

Computer Science Bsc

When interacting with any computational device I have a natural curiosity for what goes on behind the screen. Peering at the diagnostics review whilst watching a technician attempt to fix my mother’s work computer intensified this curiosity...

Free Sample Personal Statement in Computer Science

Program: MS in Computer Science
I grew up in Oscar, Ohio, where I attended Pleasant Meadows High School, a nationally recognized college preparatory institution. Pleasant Meadows is a public school which all academically inclined students throughout the city can attend if they manage to pass an entrance examination. At Pleasant Meadows I was placed in the honors program; later I took six advanced placement courses, receiving college credit for five of them. I also completed three full years of Greek and two full years of advanced German. I graduated from Pleasant Meadows in the top ten percent of my class.

Upon graduating Pleasant Meadows I was accepted to Carillon Cross University. Since my family was of very modest means, I relied heavily on financial aid. I immediately decided to become a chemical engineer, a decision that was not well informed. My first semester at Carillon Cross was promising, but I struggled through the next three years pursuing a career that I eventually had to admit did not interest me. I learned from this experience that my true strengths and interests lay not in applied technology but, rather, in the philosophical constructs of scientific principles.

So, it is not surprising that, in reaction to my unsatisfactory engineering experience, I spent the next year and a half in the humanities, completing a B.A. degree in history, which I was awarded in the Spring of 1987. I excelled during my studies in the history department, but I decided that I did not want to pursue graduate study in the field. While considering career options, I took the LSAT, which strongly tests analytical ability, placing in the 95th percentile. However, I really wanted to pursue a career in the sciences.

I knew that I wanted to continue my education, but I was out of money. So, I got a job working for University Development at Carillon Cross as a PC programmer. My job duties were to develop a database reporting system to track potential donors to the university. I was very successful and was quickly promoted (within 4 months) to manager of the donor accounting department, but, more importantly, I discovered that I truly enjoyed working with computers. I liked the creative possibilities in programming; even more, I was intrigued with the process of modeling problems and then implementing different solutions through programming. I realized then that I wanted to learn more about computing. So, I decided to use my tuition waiver benefit to begin to explore the computer engineering/science field. I started to take classes towards a B.S. in computer engineering, but later switched to computer science because I wanted to work more with ideas and less with implementation. I was able to take one course (sometimes two) per semester, which will enable me to receive my B.S. this Spring (1993).

As you can see from my transcript, in all of the courses that I have taken while employed, I have received only letter grades of A or B (3.5 GPA). Meanwhile, I received two more job promotions and currently hold the title of Senior Manager in Advancement Services. My job is equivalent to a programmer/analyst II, but requires extensive knowledge of University Advancement and has managerial responsibilities as well. I spend much of my time programming on an IBM ES9000 mainframe system as well as working with many PC applications.

I feel that I have grown tremendously as a person through my employment at Carillon Cross. I have learned a lot about myself; for instance, I find teaching others to be very rewarding (something I would like to pursue further along academic lines). Although my employment of five years with the university has taught me many valuable skills, I find the work to be unchallenging and devoid of ideas. It pains me to leave the security of a good job and many close friends to go back to school, but, I am very committed to my career goals.

My sincerest desire is to become a computer scientist. Specifically, I am interested in exploring how problems can be modeled and solved using artificial intelligence. I also want to learn about human cognition and machine intelligence. I have been studying the debate over whether machines will ever become "intelligent" given the current course of research and reading about such issues as whether a machine can acquire "common sense" (as discussed in Hubert Dreyfus's book What Computers Still Can't Do). I have been exploring many different areas within the domain of artificial intelligence (such as neural networks, genetic algorithms, and natural language processing). The bottom line is that I want to be a part of this exciting field. To that end I would like to come to Indiana University to work towards an M.S. in computer science with an emphasis in natural language processing.

I am looking forward to attending Indiana University in the Fall. I recently took the GRE general test and received a 2200 combined score: a 670 in verbal (93rd percentile),750 in analytical (93rd percentile), and a 780 in quantitative (92nd percentile). I know that I can make a positive contribution to your department, and I hope that you will give me that chance. I thank you for you time in considering my application.
 

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