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Course summary

Staff research interests cover a wide spectrum of computing topics in relation to MPhil/PhD research in Computing. Particular research strengths are in the areas of investigation of security of embedded computer systems and Internet of Things (IoT), HCI, server-side systems, forensic computing and cybercrime forensics.

Assessment method

For an MPhil the students are required to demonstrate that they can conduct an original investigation, test ideas (those of their own and others) and understand the relationship between the topic investigated and the wider field of knowledge. For a PhD, in addition to the above, the student's thesis should also make an original contribution to knowledge or understanding in their field of study.


Entry requirements

Good Honours degree in computing or computing science; experience of an object-oriented programming language; non-standard applicants are considered on their merit; overseas students whose native language is not English: IELTS 6.5.


Fees and funding

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Computing at Canterbury Christ Church University - UCAS