Which Uni to study advanced sound design in UK?

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I am Sid and I am a Sound Editor/Designer/Recordist from India. I have been working on movies in India for about 3 years and have recently completed some major mainstream cinema films.
I do tracklaying/editing/mixing and have experience in location sound as well. In addition to doing mainstream movies, I keep doing student films/shorts as a way to work on some fresh cinema once in a while.
I have carried out stereo/surround mixes for television and documentaries and have extensively worked in the film pre dubbing stage creating 5.1/7.1/Dolby Atmos dialogue, foley and sound fx pre dubs.
I had applied to 4 places for an MA in sound design for films and television.
This is a permanent link to my current showreel:
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Now I have an offer from the following places:

  1. Bournemouth University - MA in sound production for Film and Television
  2. University of Westminster - MA in Audio Production
  3. University of York - MA in post-production with sound design

I am from India and dont have much idea about the local standing for these universities. Is anyone familiar with these universities? Has anyone studied any art or design course here? Any information would be helpful.
I have a month from now to make up my mind as to where I want to study.
Thanks,
Sid
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