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MScComputing

Tuition fee

Generally tuition fee for a non-EU student would be: €14,000*

*with exception of the:
MSc in Pharmaceutical Business & Technology
and
MSc in Digital Transformation, where the fees are €15,000

In addition to the above R.I.A.P. fees of 835 apply and consist of:
- Registration Fee: €250
- International Student Support Fee: €200
- Protection of Enrolled Learner Fee: €285 (or €305 for programmes with tuition fee of €15 000) – (calculated as 2% of total tuition fee, plus registration fee before scholarship)
+
QQI (Quality and Qualifications Ireland) Award Fee of €200

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There are bursaries and scholarships available to non-EU students:

- Griffith College Bursary of €2000 (and €1000 in case of MSc in Pharmaceutical Business & Technology and MSc in Digital Transformation) – awarded to each successful applicant

- Academic Merit Scholarship (AMS) awarded to students demonstrating strong academic performance. Has 3 levels, offering an award of €500, €1000 or €1500 respectively.

NB! the amount of R.I.A.P. fees and bursaries available is subject to change and can depend on individual circumstances. To confirm the tuition fee applicable, as well as the amount of bursary available to you individually, please talk to your UA consultant.

More information

Expenses, accommodation, working etc.

griffith.ie/..puting/courses/msc-computing 

Overview

Designed specifically to address a growing need in the industry, the MSc in Computing at Griffith College is a 1-year programme which aims to give students an insight into the world of academic and industrial computing research. Delivered on a full-time basis, as a graduate of this course, you will:

Obtain specialist knowledge and skills essential for a career in computing or IT.

Learn about mobile app development, but also how the current hardware can be used, i.e. learn how to use the built-in sensors; linking of devices, i.e. smartwatches, etc.; integration of mobile with the web and cloud.

Gain a practical understanding of how to research and master technical issues, analyse and present your findings coherently, and document your work in a professional manner.

Explore the theories of cyber & information security with the practical aspects of secure programming.

Build upon your knowledge of supporting topics in the many disciplines of computing.
Fantastic job prospects with a 100% employment record from a sample of 35 graduates from our class of 2017

Course Highlights

Finish early with Postgraduate Diploma
Small class sizes
Access to state of the art facilities
A dedicated experienced lecturing Team
Industry guest speakers

Programme structure

Please Note: The duration for full-time students who commence the programme in Semester 2 will be 1.5 years

Full-time students will complete the two taught stages over two semesters and will complete the dissertation/dissertation by practice in an additional third semester.

Part-time students will complete the two taught stages over four semesters and will complete the dissertation/dissertation by practice in an additional fifth semester.

Career opportunities

Through the MSc in Computing you will have gained valuable professional experience, specialised in a key emerging field and developed many technical skills. There is a wide range of career options for graduates including:

Technical Applications Developers
Computing Consultant
Systems Analysts
Database Administrators
Network Managers
Head of Data Science
Digital Designer
IT Operations Manager
Systems Analyst
Web Developer

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
Application period has ended

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States

Apply now! Fall semester 2021/22
Application period has ended

Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States