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    I have a degree from York (high 2:1) and have just been accepted to Durham and St Andrew's, I also have applications for Imperial and Edinburgh. Which of this institutions would you think is best for studying maths? I've had a look at a few tables like the Times and the Guardian and the placings of these universities all vary greatly. Which one do you think would be most attractive for future employers?
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    Hello,

    Probably Imperial if you want a more international known school. I am from Scandinavia (live in Norway but I am swedish) and Imperial has a much bigger reputation compared to St. Andrews and Durham.

    Furthermore, Imperial's math departement is very much respected and reputable.

    Not trying to be biased and I am sure Durham and St. Andrews are great schools, but as a foreigner I've mainly heard about Imperial. Furthermore Imperial is located in London which should be an advantage with the proximity to the industry I suppose.
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    Think Imperial probably is the best known internationally like you say, and I want to work abroad, don't think St Andrews and Durham are too far behind though, quality of the courses will probably be quite similar.
 
 
 
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