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Yes, It will be a problem because you need to differentiate your interests in each university. As a Computer Science major, perhaps there were other avenues of the course that you were interested in while at college that you can pursue now? You don't have to stick to Computer Science as your MSc course. You can also opt to choose courses that are related to your major, but would take your career on a different, but related path. A masters degree is usually related to better career opportunities. Changing your career path within a related field, or entering a totally new career. I know that you want to stick to MSc in Computer Science. So try to find reasons as to why these universities would offer different results for the same course. You can even opt to not pick universities in your discussion and just discuss 3 course choices in relation to the development of your career. Whatever you do, you need to find the differences in either the academic training or internship opportunities that the universities offer their students under the same course description.