Help Ordering my Postgraduate Data Science University listWatch
Warwick: Msc Data Analytics
Sheffield Halam: Msc Big Data Analytics
De Montfort: Msc Data Analytics
Bournemouth: Msc Applied Data Analytics
Plymouth: Msc Data Science And Business Analytics
Nottingham Trent: Msc Data Analytics For Business
Southampton Solent: Msc Data Analytics Engineering
Stirling: Msc Big Data
Robert Gordon: Msc Data Science
Manchester Metropolitan: Msc Data Analytics
Leicester: Msc Data Analysis For Business Intelligence
Salford: Msc Data Science
Derby: Msc Big Data Analytics
Bradford: Msc Big Data Science And Technology
Brunel: Msc Data Science And Analytics
I know that my list is not a fancy one, but I have got a 2.2 degree in Economics, so my choices are very limited. Personally I have heard good comments for Brunel and Warwick, but nothing solid. Under the assumption that these universities can actually accept me, which would be your choices? If you believe that a university does not even worth the time/money just ignore it in your list.
Personally, I take into account reputation and the environment (i.e. if the professors are actually try to help).
Note: If you have any other university in your mind, feel free to include it.
Thank you in advance
Need more help on going postgrad?
Do you have any work experience which could help mitigate some of the 2.2?
Also, my grades are gradually raising as the years pass (e.g. Micro- and Macroeconomic Theses are both around 90%) and I am going to present my research in the college symposium. Also, my supervisor suggested me to continue my research (my theses are interrelated) to achieve a publication in my MSc (this is one of my reference letters). Finally, my research has been conducted with R programming language, which is used for Data Science and Statistics.
In general, there is stuff to include in my CV and personal statement.
You'll have to do your own ranking about what's important to you (research? links to industry? city? countryside?)
There's no point in thinking about this now, you need to sort and order them once you have offers.
Which of these MSc holders would you take under consideration for an interview? Is there any considerable difference between these universities?