The chart below gives information about the number of students studying Computer Science at a UK university between 2010 and 2012.
The bar chart compares the quantity of male and female students who are either native or foreign students taking part in Computer Science at a UK university from 2010 to 2012.
It is particularly noticeable that the number of students enrolling in Computer Science increased significantly over the period three years shown. It is also noted that the figures of home students were higher than those of international students.
Looking at men students, the course between 2010 and 2011 witnessed a rapid decrease in the number of British students from about 38 person to nearly 24 person, before rising quickly in the following year with almost 43 person. By contrast, the quantity of overseas students grew sharply from 20 person to approximately 39 person over the period considered.
With regard to women students, around 32 indigenous students participated in Computer Science by 2010, going up suddenly in the next year, and then reaching to the highest point at 45 person in 2012. On the other hand, only 14 students coming from different countries researched about Computer Science in 2010, climbing gradually to 20 person at the end of the period.