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    Firstly, if this is in the wrong section then I do apologise.
    I want to try and get the best job as possible like I'm sure everyone who goes to university hopes to do, so I applied to Leeds University to do Applied Computer Science and Newcastle University to do Computer Science. I wasn't able to do straight computer science at Leeds because I'm not studying A level maths. Anyway, I have had offers from both Uni's but just unsure as to which one to go in terms of the actual course and what opportunities it would bring me in life.

    Thank you for any help

    Applied Computer Science, Leeds: https://www.engineering.leeds.ac.uk/...ce/index.shtml

    Computer Science, Newcastle:

    applied computer science at leeds has the exact same modules as straight computer science but some of the mathematical modules in applied cs are optional instead of compulsory. you'll probably get the same opportunities with each course, they're both good.

    acs modules: https://www.engineering.leeds.ac.uk/...dules-2015.pdf
    cs moduels: https://www.engineering.leeds.ac.uk/...dules-2015.pdf
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