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This course provides a year of intensive training in computer science and is suitable for graduates of disciplines other than computing who are preparing for a career in the computer industry. Read more
This course provides a year of intensive training in computer science and is suitable for graduates of disciplines other than computing who are preparing for a career in the computer industry.

This course is also a suitable preparation for PhD studies.

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This taught postgraduate course offers you the opportunity to study a wide variety of topics in depth with dedicated experts. It is aimed at students who have a substantial background in computing and who want to study advanced computing concepts and technologies in more depth. Read more
This taught postgraduate course offers you the opportunity to study a wide variety of topics in depth with dedicated experts.

It is aimed at students who have a substantial background in computing and who want to study advanced computing concepts and technologies in more depth.

This course is suitable for students who are primarily interested in a career orientated towards development and applications in industry, while the MRes is aimed at students interested in a research career either in the industrial or academic sector.

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This taught postgraduate course offers you the opportunity to study a wide variety of topics in depth with dedicated experts. It is aimed at students who have a substantial background in computing and who want to study advanced computing concepts and technologies in more depth. Read more
This taught postgraduate course offers you the opportunity to study a wide variety of topics in depth with dedicated experts.

It is aimed at students who have a substantial background in computing and who want to study advanced computing concepts and technologies in more depth.

A particular feature of this course is the MRes Research Project, in which you research a theoretical or practical problem over two terms under the close supervision of one or two academics.

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This taught postgraduate course is aimed at students who may not have studied computing exclusively but who have studied a considerable amount of computing already. Read more
This taught postgraduate course is aimed at students who may not have studied computing exclusively but who have studied a considerable amount of computing already.

If you want to become a specialist in a particular area of computing, this course will provide a first crucial step towards that goal.

This course specialises in the application of engineering to the design, development, and maintenance of software.

Study areas include computational finance; computer networks and distributed systems; computer vision; computing for optimal decisions; custom computing; databases; distributed algorithms; distributed systems; graphics; intelligent data and probabilistic inference; and an introduction to bioinformatics.

We also offer specialisms in:

Artificial Intelligence
Computational Management Science
Machine Learning
Software Engineering
Secure Software Systems
Visual Information Processing

Each specialism has a flexible mix of breadth and depth, consisting of two or three compulsory modules as well as choices from a selection of core and optional modules.

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If you're looking for a career in the fight against cancer - this is the course for you. This full-time MRes offers two research projects to give your future career in cancer biology a boost. Read more

Research training at the computational/clinical translational science interface

If you're looking for a career in the fight against cancer - this is the course for you. This full-time MRes offers two research projects to give your future career in cancer biology a boost. With two streams on offer – Cancer Biology, and Cancer Informatics – we have the options available for you to choose the best way for you to use your life-sciences degree to meet your objective. We will provide you with a broad-training in research as well as theoretical and practical skills to help you take the next step in your career.

Streams

There are two streams available:

•Cancer Biology - http://www.imperial.ac.uk/medicine/study/postgraduate/masters-programmes/mres-cancer-biology/
•Cancer Informatics - http://www.imperial.ac.uk/medicine/study/postgraduate/masters-programmes/mres-cancer-biology-cancer-informatics/

Is this programme for you?

You will engage with both theoretical and practical elements. The theoretical elements will include why particular methods are used, assumptions they are based on and understanding the technical limitations and quality control of different data types. The practical elements will include data handling and the computational method employed for each data type.

When you enter your projects, you will perform novel bioinformatics-based research, accumulate experimental findings and exercise critical scientific thought in the interpretation of those findings. The research projects may also include a smaller component of wet-lab experiments to provide some validation of the findings from the bioinformatics research.

You will need to be an independent person, who is looking for a challenge. If you're not afraid of hard work, then we would welcome an application from you.

Application

Decisions on applications are made in batches, with the following deadlines for each batch:
•09:00 GMT (UTC) Tuesday, 31 January 2017
•09:00 BST (UTC+1) Wednesday, 26 April 2017
•09:00 BST (UTC+1) Monday, 31 July 2017

You will receive notification of a conditional offer or rejection in the weeks following these deadlines. If you do not hear from us, it is because you have been placed on the waiting list. We withhold the right to close application early, so ensure that you submit your application sooner, rather than later.

Please note that we are unable to consider your application without at least one academic reference from your most recent institution.

Programme structure

The course comprises an initial four/five week taught component in which the cellular and molecular basis of cancer biology are covered, plus an introduction to the clinical and pathological aspects of carcinogenesis. This information is contained within the lectures which will partly be on the lecturer's own research, making use of the excellent researchers we have within Imperial College London. Within this period will also be a series of workshops covering key transferable skills such as oral presentation of scientific data and grant writing. This is shared with the Cancer Biology stream.

While the Cancer Biology stream move into their first project, you will receive three weeks of specialist training in informatics which is comprised of lectures and workshops. You will then complete an initial assignment before beginning your first research placement of roughly 16 weeks, and then a second project of roughly 20 weeks. These will be within the recently created Imperial College Cancer Research UK Centre, the Faculty of Medicine at the Hammersmith Hospital campus of Imperial College, and other collaborating institutes across London (e.g. Institute of Clinical Sciences, The Francis Crick Institute).

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This taught postgraduate course is aimed at students who may not have studied computing exclusively but who have studied a considerable amount of computing already. Read more
This taught postgraduate course is aimed at students who may not have studied computing exclusively but who have studied a considerable amount of computing already.

If you want to become a specialist in a particular area of computing, this course will provide a first crucial step towards that goal.

This specialism focuses on artificial intelligence and knowledge engineering, and the development of computational and engineering models of complex cognitive and social behaviours.

Study areas include: cognitive robotics, complexity, complex systems, computational finance, computer networks, and distributed systems. We also offer specialisms in:

Computational Management Science
Machine Learning
Software Engineering
Secure Software Systems
Visual Information Processing

Each specialism has a flexible mix of breadth and depth, consisting of two or three compulsory modules as well as choices from a selection of core and optional modules.

You choose nine modules, seven of which must be selected from a group of eleven modules appropriate for the specialism.

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The MSc in Computing (Architecture) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. Read more
The MSc in Computing (Architecture) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. The typical entrant to this track has a good upper-second class or a first class honours degree in a science or engineering discipline, including Computing.

The programme provides opportunities for postgraduate students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding and practical skills in a wide variety of specialised topics in Computing. Students are also able to develop and demonstrate the qualities and skills needed for literature research, technical presentation and report writing. The degree provides a good foundation for PhD study.

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The MSc in Computing (Biomedical Applications) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. Read more
The MSc in Computing (Biomedical Applications) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. The typical entrant to this track has a good upper-second class or a first class honours degree in a science or engineering discipline, including Computing.

The programme provides opportunities for postgraduate students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding and practical skills in a wide variety of specialised topics in Computing. Students are also able to develop and demonstrate the qualities and skills needed for literature research, technical presentation and report writing. The degree provides a good foundation for PhD study.

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This taught postgraduate course is aimed at students who may not have studied computing exclusively but who have studied a considerable amount of computing already. Read more
This taught postgraduate course is aimed at students who may not have studied computing exclusively but who have studied a considerable amount of computing already.

If you want to become a specialist in a particular area of computing, this course will provide a first crucial step towards that goal.

This course provides specialisation in the management of software development and the application of software technology to management and organisational information systems. We also offer specialisms in:

Artificial Intelligence
Machine Learning
Software Engineering
Secure Software Systems
Visual Information Processing

Each specialism has a flexible mix of breadth and depth, consisting of two or three compulsory modules as well as choices from a selection of core and optional modules.

You choose nine modules, seven of which must be selected from a group of eleven modules appropriate for the specialism.

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The MSc in Computing (Creative Industries) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. Read more
The MSc in Computing (Creative Industries) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. The typical entrant to this track has a good upper-second class or a first class honours degree in a science or engineering discipline, including Computing.

The programme provides opportunities for postgraduate students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding and practical skills in a wide variety of specialised topics in Computing. Students are also able to develop and demonstrate the qualities and skills needed for literature research, technical presentation and report writing. The degree provides a good foundation for PhD study.

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The MSc in Computing (Distributed Systems) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. Read more
The MSc in Computing (Distributed Systems) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. The typical entrant to this track has a good upper-second class or a first class honours degree in a science or engineering discipline, including Computing.

The programme provides opportunities for postgraduate students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding and practical skills in a wide variety of specialised topics in Computing. Students are also able to develop and demonstrate the qualities and skills needed for literature research, technical presentation and report writing. The degree provides a good foundation for PhD study.

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The MSc in Computing (Theory) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. Read more
The MSc in Computing (Theory) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. The typical entrant to this track has a good upper-second class or a first class honours degree in a science or engineering discipline, including Computing.

The programme provides opportunities for postgraduate students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding and practical skills in a wide variety of specialised topics in Computing. Students are also able to develop and demonstrate the qualities and skills needed for literature research, technical presentation and report writing. The degree provides a good foundation for PhD study.

Read less
This taught postgraduate course is aimed at students who may not have studied computing exclusively but who have studied a considerable amount of computing already. Read more
This taught postgraduate course is aimed at students who may not have studied computing exclusively but who have studied a considerable amount of computing already.

If you want to become a specialist in a particular area of computing, this course will provide a first crucial step towards that goal.

This specialism focuses on the study of vision, graphics, intelligent behaviour and biomedical image computing. We also offer specialisms in:

Artificial Intelligence
Computational Management Science
Machine Learning
Software Engineering
Secure Software Systems

Each specialism has a flexible mix of breadth and depth, consisting of two or three compulsory modules as well as choices from a selection of core and optional modules.

You choose nine modules, seven of which must be selected from a group of eleven modules appropriate for the specialism.

Read less
The MSc in Computing (Architecture) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. Read more
The MSc in Computing (Architecture) is a full-time degree of 12 months duration starting in October. It allows graduates who have already studied Computing Science in their degree, but perhaps not exclusively, to focus their further studies in a particular area. The typical entrant to this track has a good upper-second class or a first class honours degree in a science or engineering discipline, including Computing.

The programme provides opportunities for postgraduate students to develop and demonstrate knowledge and understanding and practical skills in a wide variety of specialised topics in Computing. Students are also able to develop and demonstrate the qualities and skills needed for literature research, technical presentation and report writing. The degree provides a good foundation for PhD study.

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