Skip to content

A Levels: More females opt for computing, but gender gulf persists

As students across the UK receive the results from the first wave of A Level exams since 2019, data from the UCAS (The Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) shows that the number of female students being placed on computer science degree courses has risen by 16% since 2021.

Acceptances onto computer science degree courses have also seen the second largest percentage increase of any subject, with 24,900 students already securing a place at university to study the subject, up 6.7% since the previous year.

To read this article in full, please click here

Source:: Computerworld