Vandy has a better liberal education and UCL has a better job future so I am really struggling with choosing which.
Which country or countries are you a citizen or permanent resident/official immigrant of?
Keep in mind that your job prospects for an entry-level position will be best in the country where (1) your degree is from (it's easier to network, intern, interview for jobs, etc), and (2) you are allowed to work without a visa.
I am not entirely sure about the work visa process in the UK, but I know that in the US it's a huge hassle for an employer to sponsor a foreigner for a work visa. Employers have to maintain paperwork documenting that hiring foreigners does not have a negative impact on the working conditions of the domestic staff; they have to pay several thousand dollars in processing fees; and they'd have to pay the foreigner an above-average wage for his position. Since there are plenty of American college graduates who are qualified and happy to take an entry-level position with above-average pay, employers rarely hire foreigners for these positions.
I imagine that the UK has provisions to protect the interests of their own citizens on the labor market as well.