At least an Upper Second Class (2.1) degree or an international equivalent in a Computer Science or Engineering subject with sufficiently high marks in fundamental mathematics and computing. Students who have not studied in English must pass a recognised English test. This is a highly selective Masters programme and only a limited number of places are available.
A statement of research
The MRes in Natural Computation is research oriented, and includes two mini-projects and a summer project, written in the style of a peer-reviewed scientific journal paper. Your application should include two sides of A4 with research interests and tentative ideas that you plan to develop for these three projects. They should normally be close to the research interest of the School (please consult the web pages of lecturers, professors and research staff).
Once you are admitted, you will have an opportunity to revise or change your research plans after discussion with your project supervisors. But it is important at application time to know that you are interested and have potential skills for research, as well as some tentative plans. The Statement of Research is an opportunity for you to demonstrate this.
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We accept a range of qualifications from different countries – learn more about international entry requirements
Standard English language requirements apply