Basically I have two Uni offers which I am struggling to decide between. University of Kent Computer Science (including industrial year) University of Surrey Computing and Information Technology (including industrial year) The offers for each uni are exactly the same, and I will have no trouble achieving the grades. I'm not yet sure exactly what area of computing I wish to pursue in a career, however it will be something technical. The reason I didn't apply for Computer Science at Surrey was they require A Level Maths, which I don't have. Only GCSE. The Computing and Information Technology course swaps out some of the heavy maths modules for business modules. Surrey offer more in terms of money, £1000 scholarship if I get a BTEC DDD grade (which is more than achievable, basically there now) and this also doubles the amount of means-tested bursary I can receive (up to £4,000). This does seem like a major plus but I'm not sure if the course at Kent being pure Computer Science would be more beneficial. Thanks for any help!