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BCS Exemptions/ CEng accreditation

The rules for accreditation for CEng and exemption from parts of the British Computer Society examinations are somewhat complicated. The following is a summary: if in doubt, consult Roland Ibbett (rni).

If you gain an Honours degrees in SE, CS, AI&CS, AI&SE, CS&E or SE&E, and pass the CS4 project, then you are eligible for CEng accreditation and exemption from Parts I and II (and Project) of the British Computer Society Examinations.

If you gain an Honours degrees in CS&ManSci, CS&Maths, or CS&Physics, and pass the CS4 project, then you are eligible for exemption from Part I (and Project) of the British Computer Society Examinations.

If you gain an Ordinary degree in Informatics, and pass one of the CS3 major practicals, then you are eligible for exemption from Part I (and Project) of the British Computer Society Examinations.



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