Full Time | 2 Year




English Requirements





About the course

This two-year Master’s course has been designed for non-computing graduates who need to apply information technology in their current role or want to change career direction. It also builds your skills in managing projects from the initial ideas stage to fulfillment.

In the course, you study key areas of information technology including programming and applications; databases; data modeling; security; and computer networking as well as emerging technologies and developments. You learn the underpinning theory and the skills to apply it to complex, real-world problems.

Each taught unit is delivered in a six-week block mode.

Why choose this course?

  • Block delivery gives you flexibility: you can choose to start the course when it most suits you
  • Explore creative and innovative applications of technology to real-world problems
  • Benefit from the valuable experience of working on projects for real businesses
  • Learn from research-active staff whose expertise feeds directly back into their teaching, creating a vibrant, supportive learning environment and practice-based training
  • Access our specialist facilities including up-to-the-minute computer networking suites and high-spec IT-security laboratories
  • Be able to use the tools of computing and information technology to lead on innovation within your area of expertise
  • Develop your analytical, evaluative, and problem-solving skills in relation to IT-based solutions and the effective management of projects
  • Gain a thorough understanding of the social and legal aspects of the information technology field (for example, British Computer Society Code of Conduct and Data Protection)

Entry Requirements:

  • Year 12 (55% overall)
  • 2 A level passes (minimum C and D)
  • Additional course requirements if any

English Language Req:

The University accepts the following qualification as satisfying the English Language requirements for entry to a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree.

  • UKVI Academic IELTS overall score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each element

Fee & Funding:

Taught Masters – MA/MSc £13,750 (total)*
MBA £15,400 (total)
2 year Taught Masters / 22 months Taught Masters ‘with placement’ £16,250 (total)
2-year MBA / 22 months MBA ‘with placement’ £17,900 (total)
2-year MSc Nursing with Registration (Adult) £14,975 (per annum) £29,950 (total)*

Please note: per annum means fees are payable each year of the degree. Total means this is the entire cost of the degree. The amount is not payable each year unless specified.

* £1,400 per annum payable for the provision of placement.

In the first year only on either undergraduate or postgraduate degree courses, international students will receive a £1,000 VC Scholarship. An international student progressing to a higher level degree* will receive, in the first year only of the new course, both a £1,000 VC Scholarship and a £500 alumni discount. Additional discounts of £500 are available for prompt payment of the first year fees in full, before or at registration (undergraduate and postgraduate).

* Including undergraduate to postgraduate, and postgraduate to MBA.

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