We offer taught postgraduate degrees with a range of focus and prerequisites designed to meet your needs.
These degrees teach you state-of-the-art technology in Computing and IT Industries, the rigid computing and engineering foundations of the discipline, transferable skills for professional and team-based work, the ability to partake in large software engineering projects, and the capacity for lifelong learning within a fast and profoundly changing field.
Deadline for applications
Applications for the 2021/2022 cycle will open on the 05 October 2020. The deadline is 31 July 2021; however, please be advised that we reserve the right to close applications before this date. As such, we recommend applying sooner rather than later.
Please note, Msc programmes have an application fee. More information regarding this can be found here.
Note to prospective students
The Department will only assess complete applications. This means that we must be in receipt of both references as well as the transcript of results, CV and personal statement before we begin to view and assess an application. To that end, we recommend applicants keep track of whether their references have been sent and be pro-active in chasing their referees if necessary.
Please also be advised that meeting the minimum entry requirements does not guarantee an offer will be made.
Fees and Funding
There are lot of options for getting help with covering fees and living costs while you study. A full list of scholarships and studentships are available here, including a new scheme from The China Scholarship Council for Chinese students at Imperial and Imperial students visiting China.
This degree is designed to meet the needs of students who want to develop core computing skills, or who are working IT professionals and want to strengthen their computing foundations with a view towards new and emerging technologies.
|G5U6||MSc Computing||1 year|
MSc Advanced Computing
This degree is designed to meet the needs of students who already have a substantial background and experience in computing and who wish to be exposed to current research in IT, Computer Science or Medical Robotics.
|G5U0||MSc Advanced Computing||1 year|
MSc Artificial Intelligence
This degree is designed for students who want to develop knowledge and skills in artificial intelligence, who come from a background with a substantial mathematics component.
|G5T1.1||MSc in Artificial Intelligence||1 year|
These degrees are designed to meet the needs of students who already have some background in computing and who wish to become a technological specialist in a particular area of computer science.
|G5U10||MSc in Computing (Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning)||1 year|
|G5U11||MSc in Computing (Management and Finance)||1 year|
|G5U21||MSc in Computing (Security and Reliability)||1 year|
|G5U16||MSc in Computing (Software Engineering)||1 year|
|G5U13||MSc in Computing (Visual Computing and Robotics) *Not offered in 21/22*||1 year|
Joint Degrees with Computing
These degrees give students the opportunity to study in both the Department of Computing and other leading departments at Imperial College. They are particulalry suitable for students wishing to broaden their professional skills in both Computing and their chosen specialism.
|A1H6T||MRes in Robotics and Image Guided Intervention||1 year
Integrated MRes/PhD Degrees
|#MRes in Medical Imaging Sciences (CDT in Medical Imaging)||1 year MRes + 3 Years PhD|
#This is an EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training programme run by King's College London and Imperial College London which involves studying for an MRes in Medical Imaging Sciences degree in the first year followed by a three year PhD programme.