MSc Artificial Intelligence

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Course overview

  • Duration: FT 1 year | PT 2 years
  • Mode: Full-time or part-time
  • Fees: UK: FT £10,400 | PT £5,200 / INT: FT £17,000 | PT £8,500
  • Location: The Institute

Ideal for: graduates and professionals with a background in computing or a related field wishing to update their skills and professional network by studying cutting-edge areas within artificial intelligence.

Drive the AI revolution

MSc Artificial Intelligence* invites graduates and professionals with a background in computing or a related field to update their skills and professional network. The programme offers modules in a range of cutting-edge topics, including programming for artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, mathematics for data analysis, and ethics of artificial intelligence.

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Why study this master's in artificial intelligence ?

  1. Develop master-level skills in mathematics for data analysis and programming for artificial intelligence
  2. Gain highly desirable skills in artificial intelligence
  3. Learn about the ethical challenges of artificial intelligence
  4. Develop your skills in responsible innovation
  5. Build highly desirable skills in machine learning
  6. Gain business and entrepreneurial skills that will enhance your employability
  7. Experience a learning-by-doing approach to artificial intelligence
  8. Improve your future employment prospects
  9. Improve your professional network by meeting people with similar interests and different skills-sets
  10. Be part of a tech-literate, creative community

This programme seeks to ground students in the technical skills required to work effectively in the field of artificial intelligence. It assumes students coming onto the degree will have a solid foundation of knowledge in mathematical and programming skills.

The course seeks to build on your existing skills through a combination of modules. The modules will seek to enhance these technical skills and challenge your ability to apply these skills to solve real-world challenges.

You will explore business development and innovation and responsibility, which will help you understand how your newfound skills in artificial intelligence may be commercialised and applied to business and other domains. 

As well as a focus on the technical aspects of building and working with AI, the programme also seeks to introduce students to the critical debates surrounding the responsibilities of working with and developing artificial intelligence. To this end, the programme includes a module devoted to the question of ethics and artificial intelligence.

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    Key study topics

    • Artificial intelligence foundations
    • Mathematics for data analysis
    • Programming for artificial intelligence
    • Innovation and responsibility
    • Machine learning
    • Business development
    • Problem solving with artificial intelligence
    • Ethics for artificial intelligence
    • Dissertation project

    The specifics

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    The Institute for Creativity and Technology

    When you study MSc Artifical Intelligence, you will join a diverse community of enterprising creatives in a stunning new building teeming with creativity and endeavour. The Institute for Creativity and Technology connects academics, researchers and postgraduate students with industry partners to explore the interplay between creativity and technology for education, industry and society.

    Located in the heart of London’s creative hub, the Design District, it's impossible not to be inspired by the passionate minds, creative sparks and rich culture that surrounds you.

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    Where you'll be studying

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    Speakers from across the creative spectrum talk to him about how they've overcome obstacles to turn ideas into reality and shape their own futures.

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