Best theoretical Computer Science courses

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    When applying to uni to study Computer Science, I would like to be able to study a more theoretical course (e.g. discrete maths, automata etc.) but was wondering which courses were best for this. I have been to the Oxford open day and am very fond of that course, and also like the look of the Cambridge course, but was wondering if any others were also quite theoretical. Thanks
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    Warwick-Discrete Maths
 
 
 
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