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Artificial Intelligence (MEng)

Master of Engineering
Course Type
Academic year
2024 / 2025
Course subject to approval

About this course

Future course preview.

We are aiming to offer this course from September 2024. 

Master a wide range of modern approaches to artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. You’ll learn to design and develop the next generation of systems and services, and graduate with a skillset that is both in demand and growing.

AI is one of the fastest developing areas of computer science and is quickly becoming essential in automating processes across nearly all domains of modern life. Techniques involving big data and machine learning are driving efficiency and performance, rapidly transforming the ways we live and work.

On this artificial intelligence program you’ll have the opportunity to:

  • explore natural intelligence using computer models and learn to build systems capable of intelligent decisions and actions
  • explore core AI technologies and techniques, including high level programming, data analytics, deep learning and computer vision
  • use our modern lab facilities as you undertake practical, research-led learning
  • tailor your course to your interests by specialising in a range of optional topics
  • undertake a group design project in your final year 

This masters degree in artificial intelligence is also available with a foundation year, or industrial studies – an opportunity to go on a 1-year placement in industry. This is a great way to gain a competitive edge among graduate recruiters by showing that you can relate your academic skills and knowledge to contemporary industrial practice.

As the potential of AI as a technology has grown, so too have the career prospects. As a graduate in Artificial Intelligence, you’ll be ideally placed to meet the demand for numerate and skilled scientists and engineers in the field.

This degree also provides a firm foundation for further study at PhD level.

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