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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. 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.

Visit the MSc in Computing (Creative Industries) page on the Imperial College London website for more details!




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