MSc Computer Science

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Course overview

  • Starts: Sept 2022
  • 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 related fields wishing to update their skills and professional network by studying cutting-edge areas within computer science.

This MSc Computer Science* programme offers modules in the likes of artificial intelligence, cyber security, cloud computing, Internet of Things and leading-edge ‘web 3’ technologies, such as blockchain. In tackling these fields, the curriculum takes a systems architecture approach, encouraging students to work both within and across these technologies.

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Why study this master's in computer science ?

  1. Develop highly desirable skills in computer science
  2. Gain masters level skills in systems architecture, artificial intelligence and cyber security
  3. Build highly desirable skills in cloud computing and the Internet of Things
  4. Learn about cutting-edge technologies that are shaping the next iteration of the web
  5. Develop your skills in innovation and knowledge of social responsibility
  6. Gain business and entrepreneurial skills that will enhance your employability
  7. Experience a learning-by-doing approach to computer science education
  8. Improve your future employment prospects
  9. Enhance your professional network by meeting people with similar interests and different skill-sets
  10. Be part of a tech-literate, creative community

Where design and digital media meet

Ravensbourne has an established international reputation for innovation at the intersection of design and digital media. Our suite of MSc programmes, of which MSc Computer Science is an integral part, seeks to capitalise on and consolidate these past successes.

It aims to expand on Ravensbourne’s activities from its current position as an innovative user of technologies to a leading-edge creator of technologies.

The course invites prospective postgraduate students to be part of that journey, empowering them to draw on and learn from this rich history of innovative design thinking and apply this to the creation of new technologies.

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    Key study topics

    • Systems architecture
    • Artificial intelligence foundations
    • Cyber security
    • Innovation and responsibility
    • Cloud computing
    • Business development
    • Web3
    • Internet of Things
    • Dissertation project

    The specifics

    Creativity. It's institutional.

    The Institute for Creativity and Technology

    When you study a master's degree in MSc Computer Science, 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.

    Institute

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    Introduction: our Institute of Creative Technology

    Cityscape image taken from top of Institute building

    Cityscape view taken from the Institute roof

    Image taken by building and refurbishment contractor, Troy.

    Institute for Creativity and Technology building from the outside

    Where you'll be studying

    Access expert talks:

    Industry leaders discuss creativity, technology and innovation

    In conversation series of talks for Ravensbourne

    Introducing the In Conversation series

    Paul Sternberg, Director of Postgraduate Studies, gives you a warm welcome to the In Conversation series. 

    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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