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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    Warwick CS >>>>>>>>>>> IMB at UCL. The latter is a bit of a joke course, people apply for it to get into UCL.

    Durham/Notts/Bristol/Bath are all on par in terms of employer interest and numbers represented, KCL is slightly lower but still a semi target.

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    But would you consider UCL to be better than these semi-target unis even with this degree?
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    But would you consider UCL to be better than these semi-target unis even with this degree?
    Unfortunately, yes. But if it were me, I'd choose to study CS at a semi-target knowing that my course is much more interesting and rigorous than IMB at UCL where I'd get bored fairly quickly. You have to compromise somewhere and for me that would be the course.
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    Unfortunately, yes. But if it were me, I'd choose to study CS at a semi-target knowing that my course is much more interesting and rigorous than IMB at UCL where I'd get bored fairly quickly. You have to compromise somewhere and for me that would be the course.
    Fair enough, always appreciate your advice prince! ☺️
 
 
 
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