Master of Computing
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Master of Computing

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Typical emphases within the Masters

A Masters programme in Computing provides you with the general knowledge of creating and programming computers. The study contains subjects such as hardware and software design, scientific research methods and various options of processing and managing information.

The aim of the Master of Computing is to qualify you with an exceptional standard of all-round computer knowledge, as well as practical and technical skills which are essential for a career in this profession. Within this Masters programme you are free to specialise in the area you prefer such as software engineering,  computer engineering, information systems, and information and communication technology.

The admission requirements vary from university to university. But as a general rule you need a Bachelor degree in any computing-related subject. After one to two years of study you will receive the academic degree Master of Science or Master of Engineering.

Professional future as a Computing expert

Graduates from the Masters course can expect great career opportunities in the IT industry, public and financial services, software (inclusive database, mobile and web application development), IT consultancy and project management. The programme is also excellent preparation for an academic or an industry-based research career.

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Overview of colleges and universities which offer a Master of Computing:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   Mechatronik & Smart Technologies   comprehensive profile   MCI | Die Unternehmerische Hochschule®
comprehensive profile   Next Level Engineering   comprehensive profile   HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
comprehensive profile   Management & Data Science   comprehensive profile   Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
comprehensive profile   Artificial Intelligence: Cognitive Science   comprehensive profile   Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
comprehensive profile   Artificial Intelligence   comprehensive profile   Radboud University
comprehensive profile   Econometrics and Operations Research: Econometric Theory   comprehensive profile   Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
comprehensive profile   Computer Science   comprehensive profile   University of Antwerp
comprehensive profile   International Master's Programme in Computer Engineering   comprehensive profile   Mid Sweden University
comprehensive profile   Linguistics: Text Mining   comprehensive profile   Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
comprehensive profile   Software Engineering and Management     Hochschule Heilbronn
comprehensive profile   Computing Science     Utrecht University
  Control and Robotics - Embedded Real Time Systems (CORO ERTS)   comprehensive profile   Centrale Nantes (ECN)
  JEMARO - Japan Europe Master on Advanced Robotics   comprehensive profile   Centrale Nantes (ECN)
  Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience     University of Sheffield
  Analogue and Digital Integrated Circuit Design     Imperial College London
  Computational Cognitive Neuroscience     Goldsmiths, University of London
  Development of a parallel software framework for Computational Fluid Dynamics Applications (Research)     Cranfield University
  Modelling of physical phenomena in a software framework for Computational Fluid Dynamics Applications (Research)     Cranfield University
  Big Data Analytics     Sheffield Hallam University
  Statistics for Computational Biology     Aberystwyth University
  Computational Arts (MFA)     Goldsmiths, University of London
  Scientific Computing     University of Cambridge
  Logic and Computation     Swansea University
  Computational Neuroscience, Cognition and AI     University of Nottingham
  Computational Neuroscience and Cognitive Robotics     University of Birmingham
  Pattern Recognition/Classifiers     Bangor University
  Molecular Modelling     University College London
  Advanced High Energy Physics     University College London
  Adaptive Architecture and Computation (MSc)     University College London
  Advanced Computational Methods for Aeronautics, Flow Management and Fluid-Structure Interaction     Imperial College London
  Scientific Computation     University of Nottingham
  Engineering & Computing Sciences     Durham University
  Financial and Computational Mathematics     University of Nottingham
  Computer Aided Engineering     Queen Mary University of London
  Natural Computation     University of Birmingham
  ...     ...

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