Masters of Science (MSc) in

Computing        Webinar

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This online event is part of DkIT's Postgraduate
Webinar Series

Join us for a webinar exploring our innovative Masters of Science (MSc) in Computing. This is a 1 year (full time) or 2 year (part-time) taught course that introduces some of the latest emerging technologies in the areas of cloud computing, embedded systems, secure architecture and Artificial Intelligence.

The course is aimed at supporting computing graduates to study the framework of computer science from a theoretical point of view and apply this knowledge to the development of industrial software in a research-led dissertation.

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Meet with Academic Team leading the course


Get perspective from previous students of this course who will be available to answer your questions


Learn more about programme content and modules


Discover more about career prospects


Find out about application process and funding


Support for International Students


Q&A with speakers

Why study an MSc in Computing?

The MSc in Computing will provide you with the skills and knowledge to develop your interests in an IT career. Typical career paths include software engineering, software design, systems support engineer, software engineering researcher, and project management.

Advanced interaction design and evaluation, analysis and visualisation of data from medical sensor devices and pervasive systems, and advanced computational techniques are extensively covered opening a vast range of industrial and research based employment opportunities.

Things to note about this programme:

  •     Communication skills and research are key skills embraced here as students enhance their knowledge               through research led dissertation, student presentations and group work.
  •     It is available in full-time (1 Year) or part-time (2 Years) delivery mode
  •     A unique feature of this course is the strong collaboration between industry and academia in its                          development.
  •     Students will develop advanced skills and knowledge in the areas of software development, project                     management, research capabilities and entrepreneurial skills.
  1.     The programme is open to Level 8 graduates with a minimum Second Class Honours (2.2) in Computing,           or equivalent qualification in a cognate discipline or Higher Diploma in Science in Computing Level 8                 award (DkIT)
  •     International students are also invited to apply for this programme.

For more information about the MSc in Computing including eligibility criteria, course content and information about fees, please visit the DkIT website.