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Q. I'm a first-year undergraduate in computer science, and am already wondering if this will be enough to get me a job in IT at the end. Is it usually necessary these days to have a Masters degree to go straight into a job? If so, is it better to go for a general IT Masters, or to specialise?

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Top universities could charge £15,000 a year

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Maths A-grades for nine-year-old twins

Two nine-year-olds today became the youngest twins to achieve A grades in A-level advanced maths.

Swingers' case tests sexual limits in China

They were members of a modern-day swingers' club in China, where people met online and then gathered in homes or hotels for group sex parties involving dozens of men and women.

Johansson to star in lost Kubrick whodunnit

<i>Lunatic at Large</i>, found by the director's son-in-law, is to be filmed later this year

Robin Milner: Pioneering computer scientist

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Father identifies suicide bomber

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59p stethoscope on iPhone proves a hit

The stethoscope, the 200-year-old accessory without which no doctor is complete, could soon be replaced by the humdrum mobile phone.

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