Just out of interest what are your academic achievements so far? That's a hell of a range of offers you have there... O_O
I'll swap you an unconditional for glasgow in exchange for harvard?
go to harvard. i think uk education is too specialized. sometimes we dont use most of the degree we study anyway. i wish i got more all rounded education. when it comes to applying for jobs, people will look at how prestigious your uni was. harvard will be considered more prestigious than MIT. MIT is too specialized for my liking. thats my opinion
If you want to go to America, then Harvard.
I fyou want to stay in UK, then Cambridge.
To answer this properly, I think it would be best to consult the medium most would turn to in this situation.
MIT - 21. Good movie (and Kevin Spacey gives anything credibility)
Harvard - The Social Network. Also, good movie (although Justin Timberlake... really?)
(Feck England, no one wants to shoot a movie here)
Based on the above, I'd have to say Harvard as the Social Network won some kind of movie-award, whereas I picked up 21 in Tesco's bargain bucket.
Hope this helps.
If I was in that position, I'd go with MIT. Or maybe Harvard. Actually, Harvard. Basically, America.
Don't go to America, I can't imagine any worse place to live when your looking for an education.
omg these uni's you must be a lucky guy. Anyways I would say. First of all forget the UK unis because you just got the opportunity to study at a totally new place and thats probably the biggest experience you're gonna make in your "early" life. If your mind is totally set on Engineering and you cannot imagine changing your career path, I would definatly go to MIT. But if you would like to have some more free doors and still study engineering while having the chance to boost later for your career that you had the best education in the world (according to ranks, don't take it literally) than I would advise you to go to harvard.
I could imagine thart cambridge would also be awesome ! But comparing Imperial to MIT, there is a clear answer to me.
Imperial since you get a Masters out of it, instead of spending four years of your life doing a liberal arts course. Unless, you want to experience US student life?
Harvard isn't all that in the applied sciences. Academically, Imperial, Cambridge and MIT would be the best choices. Try and get the MIT package up.
And congrats on MIT! I got rejected this cycle.
Also if you have enough eligible A levels (for college credit), a US college might grant you sophomore status which means you could graduate in 3 years. Or 4 if you do a co-term masters.
What's the difference between Harvard College and plain old Harvard? Nothing, I presume?
A no brainer honestly. MIT.
WTF? Just go to Harvard, its the best university in the world + free education? It's a no brainer! I would go to Harvard for a sh*t shoveling course