University of Kent

Degree level: Undergraduate

Artificial Intelligence

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Course summary

Help shape the future of computing. Artificial Intelligence is increasingly successful in solving complex and key problems from self-driving cars to medicine. Studying on this course will enable you to understand the importance of big data and machine learning techniques in this exciting area of computer science. Why study Artificial Intelligence at Kent:

  • You’ll be taught by experts in AI and applied machine learning
  • You will learn industry-standard software like Java Programming and Python
  • You will have access to our collaborative workspace The Shed, which houses 3D printers and laser-cutting facilities
  • You can join our student-led societies, such as TinkerSoc, to build and make things
  • Computer Science at Kent was ranked 8th for research intensity and scored 87% overall in The Complete University Guide 2022
  • You have the option to study with a Year in Industry (UCAS: G701)
Course details In the first year of the course your learning is centred on computer science fundamentals, and you share modules with students on our successful BSc Computer Science degree. In the second year you study core AI concepts and techniques. Then as you make your way to your final year, you can choose a range of modules allowing you to focus on specific AI techniques and applications of your choice such as neural network, data mining, eHealth and semantic web. For more information, please visit our website.

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The following entry points are available for this course:

  • Year 1

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Applicants should have grade C or 4 in English Language GCSE or a suitable equivalent level qualification.

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