Computing and Technology at NTU

The specialist pathways in our postgraduate computing courses will enhance your professional prospects, whilst also preparing you for PhD-level study.

The structure and delivery of these courses allows for module-sharing between different disciplines, giving greater contextual breadth and insight to your studies. You’ll be encouraged to create a learning path, choosing modules that accommodate your own particular interests and ambitions: these pathways include cloud technologies, AI, software engineering, IT security, and wireless communications.

You can count the support of industry veterans from across the sector, guest speakers, and a global network of industry partners and employers – from Fujitsu Systems and the International Institute of Certified Forensic Investigation Professionals, to the US Department of Homeland Security.

Why you should study Computer science with us

  • Work experience opportunities are built into all of our postgraduate computing courses, whilst the majority also offer the option of a work placement year
  • MSc Data Analytics for Business is a block release course – predominantly studied online, with three-day intensive attendance on campus per module

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