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MSc Human Computer Interaction


Course Description

This course is intended for postgraduate students from a wide variety of backgrounds. It will equip you with the necessary theory, practical knowledge and skills required to design, evaluate and implement interactive computing systems.

As computing applications become ever more pervasive, it is widely recognised by industry that the success or failure of this technology is very considerably influenced by the "human factor".

It is increasingly considered essential that end users - as well as wider stakeholders - are accounted for in the design process. In recent years, attempts to understand the complexities of user-system interactions associated with modern computer systems have led to the emergence of the discipline of interactive systems design.

The course is intended for students from a wide range of backgrounds, including those with first degrees in Computer Science, or many other areas such as Pure/Social Science (e.g. Psychology) or Engineering. If you are interested in designing interactive systems, then this course is aimed at you.

It will also appeal to prospective or current software engineers who wish to build upon their previously acquired skills and knowledge, as well as those of you who are looking for a strong basis for PhD research.

Visit the MSc Human Computer Interaction page on the University of Nottingham website for more details!

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UK Alumni non-competitive PGT Scholarship - 20+ Awards

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

Eligibility

Open to UK alumni of the University of Nottingham.

Application Procedure

No application required.

Further Information

http://www.cs.nott.ac.uk/CS2012Scholarships


(Scholarship)

High Achievers' Postgraduate Taught International Scholarships - 20+ Awards

£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

Eligibility

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.

Application Procedure

No Application required

Further Information

http://www.cs.nott.ac.uk/CS2012Scholarships



Entry Requirements

2.2 (or international equivalent) in a computer science, engineering, natural sciences, social sciences or art and design subject. English language requirements: IELTS 6.5 (no less than 6.0 in any element).

Course Fees

Please see the University website for details


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