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MSc Digital Signal Processing


Course Description

The course aims to provide a thorough, methodical and wide-ranging education in digital signal and image processing. It provides a rigorous framework for the discipline, and will enable students to become confident in their ability to be technologically creative.

The course gives you the knowledge of the latest techniques in digital image and signal processing and the confidence to use these skills in a wide variety of application areas. You will become highly employable and will be able to pursue a rewarding career in industry or will be inspired to join some of the worlds top research groups and contribute new ideas towards the advancement of this technology.
Aims and Objectives of the course

Upon successful completion of the course, you will be empowered with knowledge of the latest techniques in digital signal and image processing and will have the confidence to use these skills in a wide variety of application areas. You will become eminently employable and will be able to pursue a very rewarding career in industry, or will be inspired to join some of the world’s top research groups and contribute towards the advancement of this technology with fresh, new ideas.

Further information about this course can be found on the DSP web pages using the link button.

Visit the MSc Digital Signal Processing page on the University of Manchester website for more details!

Entry Requirements

2:1, Electrical/Electronic Engineering and related disciplines

Course Fees

Home/EU fees for 2016 entry £9,000. International fees for 2016 entry ar are £20,000 pa


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