About the courseThe MSc in Computing Masters Qualifier will offer graduates in non computing disciplines the opportunity to acquire the core knowledge of computing concepts necessary to be eligible for entry to the MSc in Computing programme in the School of Computing. The philosophy behind the qualifier is that graduates from other disciplines will have developed significant transferable skills in analysis, communications and independent learning and so will be in a position to learn a focused subset of computing knowledge quickly.
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AboutTechnological University Dublin (TU Dublin) was established in 2019 through a merger of the Dublin Institute of Technology, Institute of Technology Tallaght and Institute of Technology Blanchardstown.
The historic merger made it Ireland’s first Technological University, a three-campus institution that is practically focused on educating its students to find a job and develop a satisfying and rewarding career.
TU Dublin is committed to transforming its students into socially responsible, open-minded future citizens who will share their innovative ideas into marketable and useful products or services – and become daring leaders ready to play their part in creating a better future.
The University offers much more than academic learning, with a wide-range of sports and social clubs providing students with time to enjoy a vibrant campus life.
With 28,000 students from 85 countries, TU Dublin is one of the biggest and most diverse higher education institutions in the country.
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