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Course summary

Our MSc Advanced Computing course is an advanced course of study for computing graduates focusing on issues such as internet of things (IoT) and big data. It is designed to develop your practical development skills. It will enable you to develop a comprehensive understanding of advanced computing technologies within industry and academia as well as acquire hands-on experience. The availability of high speed internet and advancement in data processing, persisting and provisioning technologies along with miniaturization of sensing devices have opened new opportunities to utilise data to obtain a better understand of many application areas. Advanced computing technologies provide a roadmap of technological innovation across science and engineering domains. The MSc Advanced Computing is a specialist postgraduate degree focused on teaching advance topics of internet-of-things, big data and e-health. Common modules focus on the key themes of advanced computing and on planning, analysing, developing, evaluating, deploying, and managing advanced computing systems and services for modern day organisations and businesses. Data Labs Scholarships Our MSc Advanced Computing, MSc Big Data and MSc Artificial Intelligence have been awarded four fully-funded tuition fee scholarships by The Data Lab for the 2023/24 entry. This means that for selected Scottish students, further to successful individual scholarship application, there will be no tuition fees for this course. To be considered for this scholarship, you should indicate this in your Personal Statement of the online application. Scholarships are competitive and are awarded on a first come, first served basis to applicants who have an offer (conditional or unconditional) for the course and are normally eligible for SAAS funding. SAAS residency eligibility criteria applies.

Entry requirements

You should possess an Honours Degree (2.2 or above) in Computing/ Engineering (or Relevant Disciplines) from a UK academic institute or an equivalent 4-year international degree qualification. You may also be considered with other academic, vocational or professional qualifications deemed to be equivalent.

Fees and funding

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Advanced Computing at University of the West of Scotland - UCAS