I recently finished my undergrad degree (Computer Science and Biomedical Infomatics) and my thesis was based on Bioinformatics (analyzing bipartite graphs of human diseases and genes).
I want to continue my Master's in Bioinformatics, but i don't know if it is a good idea to continue on the same university (that provides a variety of courses on CS, such as DBs, Network Security & Biosensors but also on Bioinformatics, such as Biomedical Images, Molecular Biology) or go to another university that specifies on applied bioinformatics and data analysis (only courses of molecular biology, R and Python programming). Most people tell me to change my university environment, but I , also, want to keep a variety on my learning field and work on projects that include both sides (CS and Biomedical).
If you have any tips or piece of advice, that would make it clearer for me, please let me know... Thank you for your time!