From driverless cars to voice recognition, Artificial Intelligence (AI), is progressing rapidly and has become part of our everyday lives. With the research and development of new technologies, AI is fast becoming an essential part of how businesses and institutions operate. It is also becoming a vital part of the Industry 4.0 vision with the government estimating that AI could contribute £232bn to the UK economy by 2030. On our MSc Artificial Intelligence course, you’ll be taught by academics who are experts in the area, many of whom are currently conducting research into the subject as part of our Centre for Advanced Computational Science research group. This ensures that our curriculum is based on research-informed content at the leading edge of this fast-paced field. This course will build on your existing computing knowledge. We aim to equip you with the fundamental principles of AI to be able to critically evaluate the theories, techniques, tools and systems used in the field. And the interdisciplinary applications, allowing you to specialise in this exciting, developing area. You’ll also complete an in-depth masters project with the support of our academic and technical team. By the time you complete our postgraduate degree in AI, you’ll be well placed to succeed in this high growth industry and ready to tackle the challenges facing businesses. Optional Placement Year This course is available with an optional industrial placement year, giving you the chance to tailor your knowledge to suit a specific industry or skill-set. This is an excellent opportunity to put theory into practice and gain transferable workplace skills, providing a real boost to your CV when you graduate. Features and Benefits Excellent facilities - The department has an extensive range of equipment in our own specialist laboratories, together with the support of our dedicated technical staff. Learn alongside world-leading research - 86% of our research outputs in Computer Science are rated world-leading and internationally excellent (REF, 2021). Thriving technology sector - Being in Manchester puts the largest creative and digital technology sector outside the capital on our doorstep. Professional standards - We’re an Academy for the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), we deliver their partner programme which provides a pathway for students towards a rewarding, high-growth IT career. Institute of Coding - The Department of Computing and Mathematics is part of the £40m national Institute of Coding (IoC). Our students have access to the IoC’s cutting-edge computer lab to hone their skills in this area. We’re a part of the Greater Manchester AI Foundry - Our AI researchers provide strong leadership in the region through the Greater Manchester AI Foundry. We collaborate across disciplines to innovate in intelligent healthcare, precision agriculture, smart energy, human motion analysis and sports, helping colleagues understand the ethical and social impact of AI to make responsible and effective decisions. Investing in your future - We’re transforming our science and engineering campus. Opening in September 2023, our £115 million redevelopment provides a professional study environment with world-class facilities so you’re well prepared to experience life within a modern industry setting when you graduate. Dedicated computing studio space - Designed in collaboration with our current students, a new studio provides you with a professional environment to work individually and in groups. As well as being a great learning environment, the space can be used outside of your classes to organise hackathons, develop your own video games or simply space use your imagination to create the technology of the future.
Qualified teacher status (QTS)
To work as a teacher at a state school in England or Wales, you will need to achieve qualified teacher status (QTS). This is offered on this course for the following level:
- Course does not award QTS
Please see our website for information on entry requirements.
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