McGill Desautels vs MORSE at Warwick
I am an international student from India and I have just been admitted to McGill for BCom, and Warwick for MORSE (Mathematics, Operational Research, Statistics, Economics), but so far, I haven't been able to figure out which one is better. I'm planning to choose mathematics in my second year at McGill, if I decide to go there.
Both courses offer me great opportunities to pursue a career in a mathematics related field post-college, giving me a variety of areas to explore while studying. Both universities are located in amazing cities, however the location doesn't matter much to me.
I am extremely worried as to whether I will be able to get a job in the UK, given how it is known for not being very accepting to immigrants. I also don't speak french, so I would say that it would be pretty difficult for me to get a job in Montreal as well. The location doesn't matter much to me, what matters are the job prospects and whether I will be able to get into one of the top universities for my masters.
Both universities are amazing, probably why I haven't been able to choose one. It would really help and I would appreciate it if you could give me your opinions, so that I have more information available other than what is present on the website.