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University of Birmingham Dubai opens applications for BSc, MSc in AI and Computer Science

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Posted on 21 Feb 2022
11:21 AM
While studying in Dubai, students will have the opportunity to interact with those from the UK campus.

While studying in Dubai, students will have the opportunity to interact with those from the UK campus. Website

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The University of Birmingham Dubai has opened applications for its BSc and MSc courses in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science commencing in September 2022.
The university is offering scholarships of up to 40% to Indian students based on academic performance

The University of Birmingham Dubai has opened the application process for its BSc and MSc courses in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science commencing in September 2022.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a multidisciplinary field that connects computing, psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, mathematics and linguistics.

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The three-year BSc programme is UAE’s ministry of education accredited Computer Science programme, and the one-year MSc programme is a standard international course.

Both the programmes by the university have been designed in such a way that candidates from a variety of academic backgrounds can get updated on AI and computer science. It also allows them to acquire skills to pursue research.

Students will have the opportunity to interact and work alongside students from their Edgbaston counterpart in the UK, while studying on the Dubai campus.

For its September 2022 admissions, the university is offering scholarships of up to 40% to Indian students based on their academic performance.

Having a good track record of its students being sought after by industries, the modules will focus on areas of AI that interest students the most and will help kick-start their careers.

How to apply and eligibility:

  1. For BSc: Students with 75% from Class XII (ISC, CBSE, Maharashtra and West Bengal State Board) or 80% from other state boards will be eligible to apply. This course also requires students to have 85% or above in Mathematics in Class XII. If students do not meet the entry requirements for maths, they may be eligible to take a maths entry test.
  2. For MSc: Students will need to have a three or four-year Bachelor’s degree in any subject other than computing with 55-60% from a recognised institute in India. Applicants can be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Follow this link for more application-related details: https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/dubai/departments/computer-science/index.aspx

Last updated on 22 Feb 2022
12:26 PM
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