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I am offered Cambridge engineering, not computer science, and intend to specialise in information and computer engineering in Year 3 which is more leaning towards hardware like electrical engineering.For Berkeley, it is a combination of both hardware and software like programming and you get to choose which you want to emphasise more.Which one should I choose to go...?
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Berkeley EECS majors have wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy better job opportunities compare to Cambridge (probably second only to Stanford EE/CS in the world). List of headquarters near UC Berkeley: Apple (Apple is Apple), Google (largest search engine), Yahoo (2nd largest search engine), Facebook (largest social media site), Intel (largest x86 based processor producer), Nvidia (one of 2 Discrete GPU producer), AMD (only other player for CPU and GPU at a desktop/laptop level), YouTube, eBay, Cisco, Twitter, Uber, Lift, 23andme, GoPro.... Even the entire UK combined don't have that much tech companies at that level.
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