Computing & Information Technology Courses
The technology industries are advancing on a daily basis. A postgraduate degree in computing and information technology can help keep you ahead of the competition and enhance your career opportunities within your field. Whether you want to study a postgrad qualification in Internet Technology or Games Design, you can search for it with StudyLink.
StudyLink’s intuitive search tool allows you to find and compare IT and computing postgraduate degrees from universities in the UK and Europe. Compare the costs of a technology MSc to a computer science PhD and find out what the course content of a computer engineering MSc is at different institutions.
For more information on studying a postgraduate computing and information technology course, read our postgraduate advice pages.
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We have funding opportunities for a number of our Science and Technology courses at NTU.
The School of Science and Technology is a great place to further your career, we have some of the UK’s best laboratory facilities and even offer postgraduate placements.
We have a wide range of postgraduate and professional courses covering the areas of:
- • Biological and Biomedical science
- • Chemistry and Forensics
- • Physics
- • Computing and Technology
- • Sport science
The School of Computing Science is one of the longest established in the UK and our reputation, built up over more than 50 years, means that we are able to secure research funding from sources such as the UK research councils, the European Union and industry.
Research is currently clustered in five groups: biology, neuroscience and computing; concurrent asynchronous systems; dependability; human–computer interaction; and systems.
All our groups are supported by, and in many cases lead, large multisite national and international projects involving the active engagement of both industry and other research disciplines.
Our degree programmes reflect the research strengths of our School and are taught by lecturers who are also leading researchers in their field. It is research-led teaching which gives our postgraduates the edge in an increasingly competitive jobs market.
For more information visit: http://ncl.ac.uk/computing/study/