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I am new here, recently i have applied for 4 Universities for my MSc Computer Science/Software Engineer, these were the universities under my budget.
Now I want to know few points before selecting the best university.

I have got my offer letter from all of these universities.
Universities are:

1. Birmingham City University
2. University of East London
3. University of Portsmouth
4. University of Brighton

These are some questions I want to ask.

1. Which is the best for Computer Science, Any student experience ?
2. Which has the good city around the university ?
3. Which has the better student life ?
4. Best Accommodation ?

Thats all for now. Please share your knowledge if you know anything related to these universities.

Thank You
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(Original post by Rahul_Anand)
I am new here, recently i have applied for 4 Universities for my MSc Computer Science/Software Engineer, these were the universities under my budget.
Now I want to know few points before selecting the best university.

I have got my offer letter from all of these universities.
Universities are:

1. Birmingham City University
2. University of East London
3. University of Portsmouth
4. University of Brighton

These are some questions I want to ask.

1. Which is the best for Computer Science, Any student experience ?
2. Which has the good city around the university ?
3. Which has the better student life ?
4. Best Accommodation ?

Thats all for now. Please share your knowledge if you know anything related to these universities.

Thank You
Rahul
Boy, for 9K fees you could have chosen better unis. :0

1. Either Brighton or City
2. London Unis and Birmingham ones obviously! (That's UEL and City) not sure how good Brighton is job-wise
3. That depends on what you mean by "good student life" for some it is clubs and pubs everywhere, for others it is greenery everywhere
4. What is best? Cheapest or most luxurious?

Personally, I would choose City university because Birmingham tends to be good overall.
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Boy, for 9K fees you could have chosen better unis. :0

4. What is best? Cheapest or most luxurious?

Personally, I would choose City university because Birmingham tends to be good overall.
Thank You for the answers and Fees for BCU is 11,000 + 5,000 for campus accommodation.
For Accommodation I want the one with simple & clean room. Mostly I prefer the accommodation which is in the centre of most of the services such as Train, Bus and some markets.
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Thank You for the answers and Fees for BCU is 11,000 + 5,000 for campus accommodation.
For Accommodation I want the one with simple & clean room. Mostly I prefer the accommodation which is in the centre of most of the services such as Train, Bus and some markets.
I forgot you are international.
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