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Hello,I'm going to enroll in Computer Science and Artificial intelligence course. However, now I faced an issue: the university, which I have always wanted to apply (the University of Edinburgh, one of the best universities in computer science in UK) doesn't provide students a possibility of taking a course for undergraduates with master's degree integrated in it. On the other hand, it offers a study of four years long. Meanwhile, UoE offers only BSci, I found that the University of Loughborough offers a possibility of taking MSci in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. Do you know how these courses differ (their lengths are the same, but different degrees) and which one I should choose (I suppose UoE is better than UoL)?Thanks
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Hello,I'm going to enroll in Computer Science and Artificial intelligence course. However, now I faced an issue: the university, which I have always wanted to apply (the University of Edinburgh, one of the best universities in computer science in UK) doesn't provide students a possibility of taking a course for undergraduates with master's degree integrated in it. On the other hand, it offers a study of four years long. Meanwhile, UoE offers only BSci, I found that the University of Loughborough offers a possibility of taking MSci in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. Do you know how these courses differ (their lengths are the same, but different degrees) and which one I should choose (I suppose UoE is better than UoL)?Thanks
I'm an MInf Hons Informatics student at Edinburgh. MInf is an integrated masters, so I can definitely confirm that it's offered here.

https://www.ed.ac.uk/studying/underg...view&code=G500

You'll have the flexibility to pick AI related modules/do your Masters project in a field related to AI if you want to in 4th-5th year.
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Hello,I'm going to enroll in Computer Science and Artificial intelligence course. However, now I faced an issue: the university, which I have always wanted to apply (the University of Edinburgh, one of the best universities in computer science in UK) doesn't provide students a possibility of taking a course for undergraduates with master's degree integrated in it. On the other hand, it offers a study of four years long. Meanwhile, UoE offers only BSci, I found that the University of Loughborough offers a possibility of taking MSci in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. Do you know how these courses differ (their lengths are the same, but different degrees) and which one I should choose (I suppose UoE is better than UoL)?Thanks
If AI is something you're interested in then I'd hands down go with Edinburgh over Loughborough. There are soo many optional modules within AI (and fields adjacent to AI) that Edinburgh offer owing mainly to how strong their department is in the area.

There's the MInf programme at Edinburgh if you're set on doing an integrated masters.

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