I was recently accepted to a few colleges/programs both in the US and the UK, and if possible I want some advice on which to attend. I was accepted to Imperial to study biology, Durham to study Finance, Edinburgh for a 4 year M.A. in Economics with Finance, and UCL for Economics. Along with this, I was accepted to a few 7 year B.S./D.O. programs in the US.
Imperial has the greatest prestige among these universities and is most well known, but will leave me with an almost useless degree and a drained bank account.
UCL is also very reputable and will give me a useful degree, although, I’ve heard from Europeans that Imperial is still more renowned.
Edinburgh will give me a masters after just 4 years in a useful major.
Durham will give me an extremely useful and lucrative degree.
The B.S./D.O. programs I got into are all extremely competitive and will set me up for a career in medicine, along with heavily subsidizing my 3 years of undergraduate study through scholarships.
As long as I get a good wage, and lots of time off, I don’t really care what I do. As such, I would like to pursue a career path that lets me work in Europe as they have much better working conditions albeit less money.
Please give me some advice on this matter.