Computing Masters at Nottingham Trent University (NTU)

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Postgraduate computing and technology courses at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) are inspiring, innovative, and designed in conjunction with our partners to meet the needs of the current employment market. Our graduates leave us with a qualification that is relevant for a wide range of careers in industry, commerce, research and academia. It is no surprise then that our employability ranking is so high; 95% of our postgraduates are employed or engaged in further study within six months of leaving NTU.*
Our research ranking is equally impressive; the work of our highly active research team in Computing has been recognised by the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) with over 90% its research classed as ‘internationally recognised’, and 9% as ‘world-leading.’
Courses include:

We currently have vacancies for January 2012 start.
Work placements opportunities
We are one of a very few universities in the UK to offer one-year paid work placements to our postgraduate students in computing; an excellent opportunity to get real life work experience. We are able to do this because of the School’s network of over 260 industrial partners, including companies such as Microsoft, ARM, GlaxoSmithKline, IBM, HP, Xerox, Siemens and Experian. A work placement helps our students to:

  • Test out career options.
  • Make contacts and get a relevant work reference.
  • Build professional recognition within the field.
  • Develop and improve on-the-job skills and knowledge that employers look for.
  • Build a really impressive CV.

First-class facilities
Our facilities enhance the quality of our education and push the boundaries of our research. Students have access to specialist centres including games console laboratories, networking and security laboratories, human-interactive technology and stereo-projection. Students also enjoy working with the latest software; examples include EnCase, 3D StudioMax, XNA Xbox development suite, The Adobe Creative Suite (Flash, After Effects, Photoshop) and the Unreal and Half-life Games Engines.
More information
To find out more about postgraduate computing and technology courses please visit www.ntu.ac.uk/satpg.
* Of those available for work, HESA survey 2009-10. This statistic includes both full and part-time Postgraduate Taught and Postgraduate Research.

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