The Computer Science MSc is designed for those who have already completed a first degree in Computer Science or a related subject. (If in doubt about whether you meet the entry requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us.) The degree prepares students for highly skilled programming careers in industry and/or research.
Subjects taught within the degree reflect the research strengths of the School of Computer Science, particularly in the mathematical foundations of programming, in automated scheduling and planning, and in interactive systems. The degree aims to bring students to the forefront of research in these areas, equipping them to take leading roles in software development where the demands of reliability and efficiency are particularly important.
UK Alumni non-competitive PGT Scholarship
We will offer a scholarship worth 10% of UK tuition fees for all UK fee-payers who enrol on a PGT course in the School in 2011 who are UK first-degree graduates from the University of Nottingham, and who remain registered as at 1 December 2012.
Value of Scholarship(s)
10% of Tuition Fee
Open to UK alumni of the University of Nottingham.
High Achievers' Postgraduate Taught International Scholarships
£2000 for first-class degree, £750 for upper-second-class or equivalent international qualification for the following programmes: •MSc in Information Technology G507 •MSc in Management of Information Technology G565 •Diploma in Information Technology G509 •MSc in Advanced Computer Science G403 £1000 first-class degree, £375 upper-second-class or equivalent international qualification for international fee paying students on the following programmes: •MSc in Human Computer Interaction G440 •MSc in Computer Science and Entrepreneurship G402
Value of Scholarship(s)
From 375 to 2000
Please note that these High Achievers' scholarships are NOT available to the awardees of other University of Nottingham full tuition fee scholarships. Open to international fee paying students enrolled on one of the postgraduate taught programmes listed below in the Session 2012/13 and remaining enrolled as at 1 December 2012.
2.1 (or international equivalent) with evidence of an interest or aptitude for programming. Graduates from a science or engineering background will be considered with a 55% average mark. English language requirements: IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element).
Recipient: University of Nottingham
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