Date of publication: 2017-07-08 22:22
We suggest international students apply at least two months before the course starts. This is so that you have enough time to make the necessary arrangements.
On the MSc in Advanced Computer Science course you will be thoroughly prepared for a career in IT or related industries. The course is for you if you are a Computer Science graduate or if you have gained experience of computing and programming in a different first degree. Willingness to work hard and an ability to problem solve are equally important for this MSc.
The MSc in Advanced Computer Science course will develop the skills and knowledge you have gained from your first degree by broadening and deepening your knowledge of Computer Science through a variety of advanced modules and material.
We also support you by providing training in transferable skills relevant to your project work and in your future career. Our extensive computing facilities are available 79 hours a day (including a wireless network) to allow you to link in to our services from your own machines and the information resources (specialist library, information retrieval databases, electronic journals, etc) to support your project and course work.
International students : please visit our International pages for information on entry requirements for your country: Africa, South Asia, East Asia, Europe and Russia, Middle East, North America, South America, South East Asia.
Can I contact an academic member of staff or current student about my application?
No. This is because the very large number of enquiries we receive every year. You can address your queries to administrative staff in the Department, and the School's Graduate Admissions team.
If you are a mature student it's worth considering joining the Postgraduate and Mature Student Association (PGMSA). This voluntary, student-led group has an active Facebook group where you can keep up with all the events and activities on offer.
£ 68,555 bursary (£ 9,555 per year) and a contribution towards travel costs. The Bursary is paid as a tuition fee discount direct to the University.
The MSc project serves to integrate and apply the subjects studied. The project could be industry-based or undertaken in collaboration with one of the University research groups, within the cognate area of this MSc.
Using a distance learning model of delivery, students will be facilitated to explore the philosophical considerations and practical issues surrounding research within the healthcare or work setting. Students will be encouraged to draw on past experiences of research and evaluative processes (. audit) and actively engage in critical evaluation of relevant published material within their specialist field in addition to generic research methodology literature. Through these processes, students will develop their understanding of the key issues underpinning research in practice and the place of research within evidence based healthcare. Mapping to KSF: This module contributes to the knowledge and understanding for Core Dimensions 7,9, Information and knowledge, 7,8 and General 6,7.
655% of UK/EU tuition fees paid and annual living expenses of £ 69,558. Successful international candidates will be required to make up the difference between the UK/EU fees and international fees. Additional funding to cover research costs.
I love Swansea. I have recently completed the MSc and intend to gain further experience in the software industry before pursuing a PhD at Swansea University. &ldquo
This course can also be taken as Continuing Professional Development (CPD), for example by ICT teachers who are switching to the new Computer Science curriculum.
Learn more about entry requirements.
We accept a range of qualifications from different countries &ndash learn more about international entry requirements. Standard English language requirements apply.
655% of UK/EU tuition fees paid and annual living expenses of £ 69,558 (full award). A partial award covers fees at the UK/EU rate only.