Study your postgraduate IT degree in Ireland's Dublin City University
while improving your English language skills
City University (DCU) offers a range of innovative postgraduate
computing degree programmes that give you a unique opportunity to
up-grade your skills and knowledge while progressing in your career and
improving your English Language Skills.
This year DCU has
a new degree available, the
M.Sc. in Computational Science and Complex Systems: a one-year
full-time Masters programme providing theoretical and practical training
in key Cross-Disciplinary Computational and Modelling skills.
In response to
demand from industry, the School of Computing now also have new part
time deliveries of two of their popular programmes and
M.Sc. in Software Engineering and
M.Sc. in Security and Forensic Computing.
Please email for
more details on the new programme and the new part-time programmes as
the website is currently being up-dated.
In addition, with
the Professional Entry option, the
Grad Dip/M.Sc. in Information Technology will even give those
without a computing-related undergraduate degree the opportunity to gain
a postgraduate degree in IT.
are financially supported by the HEA meaning EU students only pay a
small proportion of the annual fee amounting to approximately €600
(based on 2007/2008 fees).
Full details on
this and DCU School of Computing's other postgraduate degrees:
M.Sc. in Software Engineering *NEW
M.Sc. in Security and Forensic Computing
*NEW PART-TIME DELIVERY*
or for more
information, please email: