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Intl MSC in Advanced Software Dev - Ireland/China Partnership Programme DT228C


Course Description

The aim of International MSc in Advanced Software Development is to produce graduates with the knowledge and skills to develop the complex software solutions that organizations need and who are equipped to both work in China and in partnership with Chinese organisations. The programme is a partnership between Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), Ireland and Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China.

DIT and HIT have been partners since 2002. Over this period of time, DIT and HIT have collaboratively run a highly successful BSc Computer Science programme in Harbin, drawing on the strengths and ethos of both partners.

Entry Requirements

The minimum admission requirements for entry are a BSc (Honours 2.2. or better) in Computer Science or related disciplines. Places on the programme are limited, and applicants may be invited for interview.

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