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    Recently, I received offers for computer science from the following universities:

    University of Southampton - G401 (MEng)
    University of Bristol - G403(Meng)
    University of Glasgow - G400(Bsc)

    The conditions for Glasgow are A*A*A*, and, for the other two, AAA

    Which one do you think I should choose ?
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    Glasgow is A*A*A*?
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    (Original post by costindev)
    Recently, I received offers for computer science from the following universities:

    University of Southampton - G401 (MEng)
    University of Bristol - G403(Meng)
    University of Glasgow - G400(Bsc)

    The conditions for Glasgow are A*A*A*, and, for the other two, AAA

    Which one do you think I should choose ?
    Lol Glasgow are mugging you off
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    Glasgow?

    Are they even in the top 10

    df is going on
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    you could go cambridge if you got that glasgow offer wtf
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    (Original post by costindev)
    Recently, I received offers for computer science from the following universities:

    University of Southampton - G401 (MEng)
    University of Bristol - G403(Meng)
    University of Glasgow - G400(Bsc)

    The conditions for Glasgow are A*A*A*, and, for the other two, AAA

    Which one do you think I should choose ?
    Is the Glasgow offer for entry straight into the second year? Regardless, I rank them Bristol > Southampton > Glasgow. I was put of Glasgow's CS course by the way their prospectus seemed to have copied and pasted the description of their computer science course into the pages for informatics and software engineering.

    It seems a bit pointless to go for Glasgow with those requirements, as if you achieved them you could get into Oxbridge or Imperial (which you would presumably prefer).
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    (Original post by Abishek Malhotra)
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    (Original post by sweeneyrod)
    Is the Glasgow offer for entry straight into the second year? Regardless, I rank them Bristol > Southampton > Glasgow. I was put of Glasgow's CS course by the way their prospectus seemed to have copied and pasted the description of their computer science course into the pages for informatics and software engineering.

    It seems a bit pointless to go for Glasgow with those requirements, as if you achieved them you could get into Oxbridge or Imperial (which you would presumably prefer).
    Thank you!
    Do you have any particular reason for saying that Bristol is better than Southampton ?

    Does anyone have a different opinion?
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    (Original post by costindev)
    Thank you!
    Do you have any particular reason for saying that Bristol is better than Southampton ?

    Does anyone have a different opinion?
    I applied to Bristol (for CS with maths), but not to Southampton mainly based on the lower entry requirements of Southampton. I think Bristol is generally slightly better regarded (and higher in league tables) and I was very impressed with the computer science department there on the open day. Southampton is also perfectly good though, so I would base your decision on differences in course details, accommodation, location, grade requirements, bursaries etc.
 
 
 
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