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    hi there, i've done my undergraduation in computer science (was always interested in math though) and now hav received offers for msc in the following courses in the uk
    greenwich university - applied mathematical modelling and scientific computing
    middlesex university - computer sytems and network security

    could someone let me know which is better of the above courses. also what are the chances of me getting a job after msc in uk. what kind of a job can i expect after completing msc in applied mathematical modelling and scientific computing?

    thanks in advance,

    given that the courses will costs thousands of pounds in addition to living expenses, wouldn't it be wise to think of a career path before you choose the course?

    i think a greenwich degree is more respected than middlesex....i never hear bad things about them and it seems everyone always sound more positive to greenwich compared to the likes of UEL or london met and the campus looks wayyyy better. Middlesex may be slightly higher in the league tables, greenwich is almost always ranked very low overall but i dont think its that bad.
    According to times greenwich is ranked 68 for computing while middlesex is last


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