Oxford MSc in Mathematical Modelling vs. UCL CS Machine Learning vs Imperial ML Watch

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I'm really confused about which is the best course.

I would really like to do a masters next year, and want to choose the course at the highest level, and with the best opportunities after it.

I can't find much info on Oxford MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing.

What I currently am thinking:

It would be the most mathematical which is a plus, but seems to be just be doing projects in MATLAB of standard undergraduate numerical techniques. Although so many people seem to do phds at oxford after.

The UCL CSML and Imperial Computing (Machine Learning) seem similar, perhaps the Imperial one is more mathematical and flexible, but the UCL has better ties to inudstry and DeepMind/Gatsby, so I am thinking the UCL one is better?

Any thoughts
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(Original post by jclive1)
I'm really confused about which is the best course.

I would really like to do a masters next year, and want to choose the course at the highest level, and with the best opportunities after it.

I can't find much info on Oxford MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing.

What I currently am thinking:

It would be the most mathematical which is a plus, but seems to be just be doing projects in MATLAB of standard undergraduate numerical techniques. Although so many people seem to do phds at oxford after.

The UCL CSML and Imperial Computing (Machine Learning) seem similar, perhaps the Imperial one is more mathematical and flexible, but the UCL has better ties to inudstry and DeepMind/Gatsby, so I am thinking the UCL one is better?

Any thoughts
It really depends on what you plan to do with it. Do you want to end up in research or in industry? And what parts of the field interest you the most?
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(Original post by jclive1)
I'm really confused about which is the best course.

I would really like to do a masters next year, and want to choose the course at the highest level, and with the best opportunities after it.

I can't find much info on Oxford MSc in Mathematical Modelling and Scientific Computing.

What I currently am thinking:

It would be the most mathematical which is a plus, but seems to be just be doing projects in MATLAB of standard undergraduate numerical techniques. Although so many people seem to do phds at oxford after.

The UCL CSML and Imperial Computing (Machine Learning) seem similar, perhaps the Imperial one is more mathematical and flexible, but the UCL has better ties to inudstry and DeepMind/Gatsby, so I am thinking the UCL one is better?

Any thoughts
What are your reasons for not considering Oxbridge Computer Science, Cambridge Machine Learning (in Engineering department), and Edinburgh AI?
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