Is the computer science BSc course better at Kings College London or Manchester?

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I was wondering if some people could advise which uni is better for this course in the following aspects:
- Which course that is more respected by employers (which uni is more popular with employers for computer science jobs i.e. top companies like google and amazon etc.)
-Which course is better educationally, which course will allow me to graduate with the most skills that can be applied to my job
-Which course is internationally most respected
- Graduating from which uni will give me the best chances of getting into a top tier university for my masters (e.g. imperial, ucl or American universities)
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I was wondering if some people could advise which uni is better for this course in the following aspects:
- Which course that is more respected by employers (which uni is more popular with employers for computer science jobs i.e. top companies like google and amazon etc.)
-Which course is better educationally, which course will allow me to graduate with the most skills that can be applied to my job
-Which course is internationally most respected
- Graduating from which uni will give me the best chances of getting into a top tier university for my masters (e.g. imperial, ucl or American universities)
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