The world of technology is constantly changing, and sometimes it can be hard to keep up.
Every day new apps and programmes are released, new ways to utilise and exploit data are discovered, and new technologies are developed. These innovations can improve healthcare, protect human rights, and inform decision making by local and national governments. But they also raise concerns around privacy and security, and around the risks posed by poorly designed or biased algorithms and artificial intelligence.
A Masters degree in computer science or engineering is a great way to enhance your skills and put you at the forefront of these developments and the concerns around them. Whether you’re a recent graduate who wants to specialise before entering the world of work, or are an experienced professional looking to spruce up their skills or change career, a Masters degree can give you a competitive edge in the job market.
You will develop advanced skills and knowledge in specialist areas of computer science and engineering. Our Masters degrees are closely aligned with our key areas of research within the department, so you get the latest research embedded in our teaching, straight from the people who are pushing the boundaries of our understanding.
"A fast changing world needs creative scientists and engineers working with other professionals to provide technology to support society. We nurture students to provide impact and benefit to society."