Online admissions process

You can submit your application online.

To apply to study with us online, there are few details we need from you first. This includes a personal statement, a CV and, for international students, a certificate to assess your understanding of English.

Contact a student recruitment coordinator to learn more.

Application checklist:

  • Personal statement
  • Curriculum vitae
  • A copy of your most recent academic transcript and a copy of your degree certificate
  • One academic and/or professional reference
  • English language results or certificates (if applicable)

Qualifications

  • You should have a first or strong second-class bachelor’s honours degree or international equivalent
  • To apply for this course, you may have an undergraduate degree in any subject, but you must demonstrate evidence of relevant quantitative skills (especially algebra and calculus) either through your degree study or by alternative means

Personal statement

As part of your application you need to submit a personal statement. It’s a great opportunity to tell us why you wish to apply and what you want to achieve. This article provides some useful tips on how to prepare your personal statement. There’s more information about this in the application form. If you need any further help, please contact our admissions team.

Curriculum vitae (CV) or résumé

We also ask that you supply an up-to-date CV, including your relevant professional experience, job titles, dates, etc. This document helps us to make sure you meet the entry requirements and have the right background for the course you wish to study.

International students

If your first language is not English you will need IELTS with a grade of at least 6.5 overall and no less than 6.0 in any of the four parts (listening, reading, writing and speaking). If you completed your degree in the UK within the last 2 years, you may be exempt from our English language requirements.

Key dates

  • Our online Artificial Intelligence MSc course starts in September 2020
  • The course can be completed in two years and three months