A Candidate shall normally: possess a UK honours degree with at least 2nd class honours, or an academic or professional qualification which the Higher Degrees Committee deems to be equivalent; demonstrate competence in the use of English language to the satisfaction of the Higher Degrees Committee.
Months of entry
Course contentComputing Sciences and Engineering at the University is a diverse, exciting and hugely interdisciplinary area of study. Strong links with commerce ensure research is geared towards real-life challenges, and projects cover subjects as diverse as medical diagnostics, robotics, satellite mapping, home security, 3D television, aircraft manufacturing and safety, mobile communication and alternative energy.ve systems.
Robotics; Artificial Intelligence; Imaging and Visual Systems; Computer Networks; Software Maintenance; Human - Computer Interaction; Formal Methods; Real-Time Systems; Geodesy; Virtual Reality; Human - Computing Ethics.
Information for international students
Reduced fees for international students studying at home and visiting the university for a short period each year.
Fees and fundingResearch studentships are usually advertised in the national press and relevant journals. Enquiries from self-funding students are welcome. A brief guide to sources of funding for postgraduate students is available from the Student Entry and Support Division (SESD) of the Academic Registry.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Research Office
- 0116 250 6284
- 0116 250 6431