Imperial College London

Department of Computing Launches New MSc in Artificial Intelligence for 2019/20

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The Department of Computing at Imperial College launches its new Masters course in Artificial Intelligence in October 2019.

The MSc is aimed at mathematically-minded STEM graduates and delivers intensive training in programming and the fundamentals of artificial intelligence through a range of advanced specialist modules. It also provides opportunities to explore realistic applications through group and individual projects.

AI has growing presence in many walks of life, and the need for AI experts is growing at a very fast pace. This new MSc Conversion Degree will train students in cutting edge AI technologies, as well as their application to real-world problems.

Information about the structure and modules can be found here:

//www.imperial.ac.uk/computing/prospective-students/courses/pg/aiconv/

Applications for October’s intake are open now and have a deadline of 31 July 2019. But early application is recommended, as applications may close earlier if the course becomes full.

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Dylan Auty

Dylan Auty
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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