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After being rejected from St andrews and Cambridge my choices have basically come down to these two, the final is my safe which is Liverpool.
Which one is better in terms of employability? And where will I get the most satisfacturery education?
The reason why I picked kcl and nottingham than say ucl or warwick is due to them having a placement year which I find quite important
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Which course do you prefer - they will not be identical.
Look at the optional units for all years of each course and think about which units you will actually choose.
Are there any extras on offer like study abroad or work placements - both are a big plus on your CV.
Think about the reality of living in each place London will be more expensive.
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Which course do you prefer - they will not be identical.
Look at the optional units for all years of each course and think about which units you will actually choose.
Are there any extras on offer like study abroad or work placements - both are a big plus on your CV.
Think about the reality of living in each place London will be more expensive.
My parents want me to go to KCL because of its international name which I think is defo better than Nottingham, which may make it easier to get a job.
But personally I would prefer to go to nottingham, because 1. I prefer the course it isn't specifically CS it is CS with AI which I defo appreciate 2. I don't think I'll like london much because I have lived in places where it is quite like countryside all my life and I don't really like the hustle of a big city that much and nottingham being a bit smaller is useful and its cheaper!
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My parents want me to go to KCL because of its international name which I think is defo better than Nottingham, which may make it easier to get a job.
But personally I would prefer to go to nottingham, because 1. I prefer the course it isn't specifically CS it is CS with AI which I defo appreciate 2. I don't think I'll like london much because I have lived in places where it is quite like countryside all my life and I don't really like the hustle of a big city that much and nottingham being a bit smaller is useful and its cheaper!
Then go to Nottingham.
Its you going to Uni, not your parents, and its time to stand up for what you want.
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Then go to Nottingham.
Its you going to Uni, not your parents, and its time to stand up for what you want.
I'm trying but you know how asian parents are,
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