Computer Science Postgraduate Taught degree courses

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We offer a wide range of MSc (Master of Science) degrees in computer science. Our MSc programmes cover a variety of specialisations and are suitable for students with diverse academic backgrounds.  We offer two programmes for graduates with degrees in subjects other than computing (MSc Computer Science and MSc Data Science), and other postgraduate degrees in more specialist areas that will educate you in the requirements of industry and academia.

Our MSc programmes are studied over the course of one year, and are full-time. Teaching typically consists of two semesters of lectures and practical exercises. You are encouraged to apply for the Masters course that best matches your interests and previous academic qualifications.

Follow the programme links below for further information, including applying, modules and fees.

Masters programmes in Birmingham, UK

MRes Natural Computation

You may be interested in a Masters degree by research (MRes). It is designed for students who have found their undergraduate study stimulating and want to learn in-depth about this emerging interdisciplinary field. Applicants need a 2.1 or First in Computer Science/Engineering, or a science/engineering degree with significant computing content and possess competent mathematical skills. Learn more: Natural Computation MRes

University of Birmingham Dubai

We are part of an exciting new University of Birmingham Dubai campus, that launched in the UAE in September, 2018. We are offering the following degree taught at our Dubai campus.

Contact

Email: msc-admissions@cs.bham.ac.uk

Tel: (+44) (0) 121 415 8742

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Related postgraduate degrees

The Department of Electronic, Electrical and Systems Engineering at the University of Birmingham also provides a selection of Masters programmes.

AI and/or computing graduates may also be interested in the MSc in Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics which is delivered in partnership with the School of Psychology.