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  1. Computing and computer science are the same thing, different universities will call them different slightly different things. Computer science is more of a jack of all trades. You learn a little bit of everything with the options to select specific modules in your second year. Software engineering will be more programming focused than computer science but you'll also do some networking and logic circuits. Games programming will pretty much be mostly game related programming, as hinted by the course name. Not all universities will offer each type of course so it's best to visit the website of the university you're interested in and checking out the course modules to make sure they contain the game related modules you're looking for
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