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    I'm coming to the end of a bachelors in Psychology & Philosophy.

    My eventual career goal is to get into some form of technology entrepreneurship. My existing plan is to go into strategy consulting for a few years to get a better idea of business, and perhaps gradually move in the direction of IT consulting, before breaking off and attempting to launch my own business. I've applied for a number of firms and am waiting to hear back about interviews.

    However, while looking into masters degrees, I noticed that you can do a masters in computer science regardless of what degree you have done previously. I'm looking primarily at UCL or Imperial here.

    Would it make more sense to do an MSc in Computer Science, before then going into strategy or IT consulting?


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