From driverless cars to voice recognition, Artificial Intelligence (AI), is progressing rapidly and has become part of our everyday lives. With the research and development of new technologies, AI is fast becoming an essential part of how businesses and institutions operate. It is also becoming a vital part of the Industry 4.0 vision with the government estimating that AI could contribute £232bn to the UK economy by 2030.
On our MSc Artificial Intelligence course, you’ll be taught by academics who are experts in the area, many of whom are currently conducting research into the subject as part of our Centre for Advanced Computational Science research group. This ensures that our curriculum is based on research-informed content at the leading edge of this fast-paced field.&...
The Faculty of Science and Engineering is offering scholarships, funded by the Office for Students, worth £10,000 each, to students with backgrounds often underrepresented in the artificial intelligence and data science workforce.
Find out more and apply for the scholarship.
What you need to know
- What is the length of the course?
1 year (full-time)
2 years (full-time with placement)
2 years (part-time)
- Where will I study this course?
Features and benefits
On our MSc Artificial Intelligence course, you’ll study nine core units covering areas such as advanced machine learning, the ethics of artificial intelligence, knowledge representation and reasoning, and robotics science. You can choose to study the course full-time over one year, or part-time, where you’ll complete the units over two years. You may also choose to take an additional one-year optional industry placement on the full-time route.
On the course, you will gain an understanding and practical application of data analysis technologies and a range of machine learning paradigms to build models and develop transferable computational and statistical skills for model evaluation. Being focal points of the Industry 4.0 vision, you’ll also explore the design and development of robotics science and systems and how they can meet diverse human needs.
You’ll examine different algorithmic approaches and consider algorithm complexity and efficiency through practical implementation. You’ll also focus on the algorithms which allow computers to ‘learn’ by exploring topics such as neural networks and genetic algorithms.
You will gain an appreciation for human-centred AI through examining legal, social, cultural and ethical issues related to artificial intelligence pipelines - from conceptualisation, data quality and bias assessment, to representativeness of models, implementation and human interaction and training.
In addition to the technical skills you’ll develop, we aim to equip you with key employability skills such as team working, report writing, communication, and negotiation skills along with an insight into the industry.
Finally, you'll complete an in-depth, independent research project. With the support of our academic and technical team, you’ll undertake a piece of research on a topic of your choice related to your studies. This will involve designing, implementing and evaluating a substantial piece of software and documenting the research through writing a dissertation.
Accreditations, Awards and Endorsements
Chartered Institute of Information Security
The Department is an academic partner of the Chartered Institute of Information Security (CIISec).
The Department is an academic partner of the Oracle Academy.
Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA)
We're an Academy of CompTIA and deliver their partner programme providing a pathway towards a rewarding, high-growth IT career.
Institute of Coding
We are part of the new national Institute of Coding and leading the charge to make coding accessible for all.
The Chartered Institute for IT
The Department is an educational affiliate of the British Computing Society, the Chartered Institute for IT.
Department of Computing and Mathematics
Our Department of Computing and Mathematics is a vibrant community of staff and students, which prides itself on internal and external collaboration.
The department is committed to teaching and research that addresses societal challenges through disciplines like artificial intelligence, big data, computational fluid dynamics, cyber security, dynamical systems, the internet of things, smart cities, robotics and virtual reality.
Taught by Experts
Your studies are supported by a team of committed and enthusiastic teachers and researchers, experts in their chosen field. We also work with external professionals, many of whom are Manchester Met alumni, to enhance your learning and appreciation of the wider subject.Meet the experts
These typical entry requirements may be subject to change for the 2023/24 academic year. Please check back for further details.
This course is open to anyone with a UK honours degree in a computing-related subject – at least a 2:2 – or the international equivalent. We might also consider your application if you have a different kind of computing qualification, together with substantial experience in a computing-focused role.
International students please see mmu.ac.uk/international
Overseas applicants will require IELTS with an overall score of 6.5 with no less than 5.5 in any category, or an equivalent accepted English qualification.
Fees and Funding
UK and Channel Island Students
Full-time fee: £9,000 per year. Tuition fees will remain the same for each year of your course providing you complete it in the normal timeframe (no repeat years or breaks in study).
Part-time fee: £1500 per 30 credits studied per year. Tuition fees will remain the same for each year of your course providing you complete it in the normal timeframe (no repeat years or breaks in study).
EU and Non-EU International Students
Full-time fee: £17,000 per year. Tuition fees will remain the same for each year of your course providing you complete it in the normal timeframe (no repeat years or breaks in study).
Part-time fee: £2834 per 30 credits studied per year. Tuition fees will remain the same for each year of your course providing you complete it in the normal timeframe (no repeat years or breaks in study).
A masters qualification typically comprises 180 credits, a PGDip 120 credits, a PGCert 60 credits, and an MFA 300 credits. Tuition fees will remain the same for each year of study provided the course is completed in the normal timeframe (no repeat years or breaks in study).
Compulsory estimate: £1850
Following completion of the academic credits for your MSc award, this course is available with an optional one-year placement in your second year. The industry placement allows you to gain additional practice credits by working in an industry setting, relevant to your studies.
Students who do a placement year will be required to pay a placement fee of £1,850.
Optional estimate: £30
Students can choose to join the BCS at any point in their study. It is not required but is useful. The charge is £20 for one year and £30 for four years. More information can be found on the membership page of their website.
Optional estimate: £400
All of the books required for the course are available from the library. The University also has PC labs and a laptop loan service. However, many students choose to buy some of the core textbooks for the course and/or a laptop. Students may also need to print their assignments and other documents. Campus printing costs start from 5p per page. Estimated costs are £300 for a laptop up to £100 for books and printing.
Postgraduate Loan Scheme
Loans available for many of our postgraduate coursesFind out more
Alumni Loyalty Discount
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The advanced skills and understanding you’ll develop while studying our MSc Artificial Intelligence course can take you into a range of exciting roles in different industries.
You’ll be ideally placed to apply for specialist jobs such as AI/machine learning software engineer and AI data specialist. There are many links to the field of data science for even broader opportunities. As AI spreads into wider sectors, you’ll find opportunities in areas such as medicine, transport, economics and more. There is also the opportunity to pursue academic research via MPhil or PhD positions.
Careers support is available from the moment you join us, throughout your time here, and for up to three years after the completion of your course. We have a range of services available through the Department of Computing and Mathematics and the University Careers Service including dedicated careers and employability advisors.
Professional Accreditations and Endorsements
The Department of Computing and Mathematics is an educational affiliate of the British Computing Society, the Chartered Institute for IT in the UK (BCS), a member of the Oracle Academy and an Academy for the Computer Technology Industry Association (CompTIA).
The Department is an academic partner of Chartered Institute of Information Security (CIISec) who recognises our expertise in the field of information and cybersecurity.
We’re also part of theInstitute of Coding (IoC) and leading the charge to make coding accessible for all, training the North West’s future digital workforce.
Want to know more
How to apply
Please contact our course enquiries team.
You can review our current Terms and Conditions before you make your application. If you are successful with your application, we will send you up to date information alongside your offer letter.
Manchester is your city, be part of it
Our programmes undergo an annual review and major review (normally at 6 year intervals) to ensure an up-to-date curriculum supported by the latest online learning technology. For further information on when we may make changes to our programmes, please see the changes section of our Terms and Conditions .
This online prospectus provides an overview of our programmes of study and the University. We regularly update our online prospectus so that our published course information is accurate. Please check back to the online prospectus before making an application to us to access the most up to date information for your chosen course of study.
Confirmation of Regulator
The Manchester Metropolitan University is regulated by the Office for Students (OfS). The OfS is the independent regulator of higher education in England. More information on the role of the OfS and its regulatory framework can be found at officeforstudents.org.uk.
All higher education providers registered with the OfS must have a student protection plan in place. The student protection plan sets out what students can expect to happen should a course, campus, or institution close. Access our current Student Protection Plan .
Manchester Metropolitan University is ranked 601 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education and has an overall score of 4.4 stars, according to student reviews on Studyportals, the best place to find out how students rate their study and living experience at universities from all over the world.How many credits is each module at MMU? ›
Our academic structure is based on credits. One credit represents an hour of study, and one module will be worth 15 - 30 credits.What is Manchester Metropolitan University famous for? ›
- Global network of 330,000 alumni living in 170 countries. ...
- Our writing school is led by Carol Ann Duffy DBE. ...
- Our Business School has the 'Triple Crown' of accreditations. ...
- Manchester Met ranked as one of the UK's greenest universities.
This metropolis is one of the “student cities” that embraces its international students from all walks of life by lending a warm welcome! Apart from the top universities located there, the vibe and the atmosphere have more to offer and keep you thriving as an international student in Manchester.Is Manchester good for studying? ›
It's a city for students
Great food is everywhere and it's affordable, with street markets and quirky cafés popping up all over the city and plenty of student deals available for you to experience all the cuisines Manchester has to offer.
Salford is also ranked above Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) in the graduate prospects table with 71.4% of our graduates in graduate level roles or further education, compared with 67.9% for MMU.Is MMU hard to get into? ›
Admission at MMU is comparatively easy as the university has an acceptance rate of 80%. Applications are analysed primarily on the basis of academic scores, IELTS/TOEFL score, work experience, and supplementary documents.What is a Tier 1 university? ›
Page 1. Tier I definition* • A very high research focused university. • Top 2.5 percent of higher education. institutions, or top 108.What if I fail a unit MMU? ›
What if I fail a unit? Resits/Reassessments: All students have an automatic right to one reassessment opportunity in a unit. If you fail this reassessment, you could be withdrawn from your programme so get in touch with us about any possible grounds for an appeal or exceptional factors, or read the above.What happens if I fail MMU? ›
Fail no further opportunity/FNOP – When students fail their programme of study and are not entitled to any reassessment. A student in this situation cannot continue studying on their programme or be readmitted to the same programme in the future.
Four credit units require students to work on that course for about 180 (45x4) hours in some combination of class/instructional time and out-of-class time.Where is MMU ranked UK? ›
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You're joining a dynamic international community
As a graduate, you will join a distinguished network with over 320,000 members in 170 countries. A location is only amplified by its people and culture, and Manchester Met students have plenty to benefit from the campus environment.
More than 2,700 international students from over 100 countries study with us. Learn more about our international students.
Both London and Manchester are cities rich in history, culture, and arts. Whilst London has long been renowned for its abundance of job opportunities and culture, Manchester's cheaper living costs and thriving job market are very favourable.How much do students earn in Manchester? ›
How much can a part-time student earn in the UK? For students aged between 18 and 20, the national minimum wage works out at £6.15 per hour. For those aged 21 and over, they can earn £7.70 per hour in the UK.Is ielts compulsory for Manchester? ›
UK Visas and Immigration English language requirements
These are: IELTS with minimum score of 5.5 overall, with no less than 5.5 in any individual component; iBT TOEFL with minimum scores of listening 17, reading 18, speaking 20, and writing 17.
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- London. Some of the well-known universities for higher education are located in London, making it one of the best place to study in UK. ...
- Edinburgh. ...
- Manchester. ...
- Glasgow. ...
- Coventry. ...
- Newcastle Upon Tyne. ...
- Birmingham. ...
While Manchester is undoubtedly more affordable than London, London holds its reputation and position deservingly, and both cities provide top quality education and thriving student life. Confused about which city to choose? Connect with our experts at Leverage Edu and kickstart your study abroad journey.
Students are encouraged to travel to campus using public transport, or by cycling or walking, as there is no student car parking available. Our car parks are monitored with ANPR technology, meaning that any unregistered vehicles will receive a penalty charge notice.How far is Manchester Metropolitan from train station? ›
Oxford Road Station is closest train station to our All Saints campus (10-minute walk away). You can find out more about trains in your local area on the Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) website.Is Manchester met in city Centre? ›
Our campus is situated close to Manchester's city centre and the routes most commonly travelled by students are well served by public transport.Which university is hardest to enter? ›
- Harvard University — 3.19% Total Number of Applicants (Class of 2026): 61,220. ...
- Columbia University — 3.73% Total Number of Applicants (Class of 2026): 60,377. ...
- California Institute of Technology — 3.92% ...
- Stanford University — 3.95% ...
- MIT — 3.96% ...
- Princeton University — 4.38% ...
- Yale University — 4.47% ...
- Brown University — 5.03%
At Manchester Met we make conditional and unconditional offers. Before you accept your offer, there is some important information that we'd like you to read carefully about your course, contract, our admissions policies, and terms and conditions.Is MMU a Russell Group uni? ›
Today, we're part of the prestigious Russell Group of UK universities, with a global reputation for the highest level of research and teaching, as demonstrated by our position in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. In 2021 we were placed 51st in the world and eighth in the UK.What are Tier 2 universities in UK? ›
- Goldsmiths College, University of London.
- Manchester Metropolitan University.
- Oxford Brookes University.
- Keele University.
- New College of the Humanities.
- Royal Holloway University of London.
- Queen's University.
- University of Central Lancashire.
Tier 4. These schools are not famous, and include many smaller private schools or state sponsored research universities. They have admissions rates above 35%, and may be treated as target or safety schools by most students.What are Tier 3 students? ›
At Tier 3, these students receive more intensive, individualized support to improve their behavioral and academic outcomes. Tier 3 strategies work for students with developmental disabilities, autism, emotional and behavioral disorders, and students with no diagnostic label at all.Is MMU gym free? ›
We offer a variety of weekly fitness classes available, free for members. So, whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle or just feel good about yourself, our friendly personal trainers will be on hand to help you reach your goal.
Yes you can wear a t-shirt as long as it is appropriate. Yuki Kua: You can't wear short pants to class, admin office, library. Must use presentable clothes. Shorts can be worn for sports and workouts.Is 40 a fail in Masters? ›
Degree results & classifications.
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Manchester Met may ask you to complete an interview with them or your education agent if we feel we need to gather further information from you and to assess if you are in a position to pass UKVI's genuine student test. If you are asked to attend an interview, don't be phased.How long do MMU take to give offers? ›
We will normally send you our final decision within 20 working days.How many times can you repeat a year in university? ›
Yes, it is possible to retake your final year at university but it's important to go in with the right mindset and you're prepared as you can generally only retake it once. While doing your retake all your grades will be capped at 40% and you would also have to pay a fee for each retake.How many units is a 2 year course? ›
For many students on their parent's insurance, tax or other purposes, 12 units is usually considered full-time. However, a new student working towards a two-year or Career Associate degree (90 units required) would need to complete 15 units a quarter for six quarters (3 quarters to an academic year).How many units is a semester? ›
Enrolled Unit Load:
The maximum academic load of enrolled units for students in good academic standing is: Fall or spring semester: 17 units as soon as registration begins (graduate students may enroll in 16 units maximum) Summer term: 13 units for all sessions combined. Winter session: 4 units maximum.
Typically, a 1-unit course corresponds to classes that meet for one hour of lecture, discussion, or lab time per week. As follows, a course that meets twice a week for one hour would correspond to a 2-unit course and a class meeting twice for 1.5 hours would be a 3-unit class.What University is number 1 in the UK? ›
The University of Oxford is top in a list of the best universities in the UK 2023, which includes institutions in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.What is the top 10 University in UK? ›
- 8) London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) ...
- 7) King's College London (KCL) ...
- 6) The University of Manchester. ...
- 5) University of Edinburgh. ...
- 4) UCL (University College London) ...
- 3) Imperial College London. ...
- 2) University of Cambridge. ...
- 1) University of Oxford.
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- University graduates gain professional qualifications that are recognised and respected worldwide.
- University graduates are offered higher pay and greater financial stability.
- University graduates are given the option to fast-track their career with graduate study.
1. Please submit your payment proof at Finance counter for ATM transfers, CDM transactions, cash deposits done over the bank counter, Interbank GIRO and telegraphic transfer. 2. Alternatively, you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 03-83125030 (Cyberjaya) or 06-2327446 (Melaka) for clearance updating purposes.Is MMU degree Recognised? ›
It is also is recognised for exemptions by top professional accounting bodies such as CPA, ICAEW, CIMA, MICPA, MIA, SAP, ACCA.What is MMU famous for? ›
Multimedia University (MMU) is one of the top private universities in Cyberjaya, Malaysia. It is ranked #1001-1200 in QS World University Rankings 2023.Is MMU a good place to work? ›
Overall, 80% of employees would recommend working at Manchester Metropolitan University to a friend. This is based on 302 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.Is MMU a top university? ›
Manchester Metropolitan University is ranked 601 in World University Rankings by Times Higher Education and has an overall score of 4.4 stars, according to student reviews on Studyportals, the best place to find out how students rate their study and living experience at universities from all over the world.Why should I study in Manchester Metropolitan University? ›
Reasons to choose Manchester Met. Whether you're planning further study, climbing the career ladder or changing professions, make a Manchester Met postgraduate qualification part of your thinking. Since 1824 we've helped hundreds of thousands of students achieve career and academic success. And you could be next.Can you study Medicine at Manchester Metropolitan University? ›
Postgraduate Medicine at Manchester Met is a university wide initiative that brings together medical educators, researchers and healthcare professionals to help strengthen the North West workforce. You'll learn from experts who have real insight and experience of working in practice.Does Manchester Metropolitan do Medicine? ›
Our Masters in Medicine course allows you to continue to study and practice, helping you to make better-informed and less time-pressured choices about your future career.
You should have the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) at level 6.5 with no scores less than 5.5 in any section. We may accept equivalent qualifications. Some postgraduate programmes have additional language requirements.What grades are required to study medicine? ›
The normal requirement is a minimum of grades AAA at A level with Chemistry and Biology being compulsory and any third subject excluding General Studies and Critical Thinking. If applicants are taking more than three A levels, Chemistry, Biology and the next best grade will be considered.What are entry requirements for medicine? ›
- Students need to have written the National Benchmark Test.
- An aggregate of at least 70% for their National Senior Certificate.
- Mathematics, Physical Science and Life Science at Level 4.
- 60% in Home Language.
All new international students who pay their own tuition fees must pay a fee deposit of £3,000 before arrival in the UK. UK and EU students choosing to pay by instalments are not required to make any fee deposit payment.What type of course is Medicine at Manchester? ›
Our Medicine MBChB course educates, trains and prepares students for practice in the healthcare systems of today and the future. We are the largest medical school in the UK, with over 2,200 undergraduate medical students.What subjects do u need for a doctor? ›
- chemistry, biology and either maths or physics (or both) will keep all the medical schools open to you.
- if you don't take maths or physics but do take chemistry and biology, it will keep open the vast majority.
MBBS courses in the UK are for a duration of 5 to 6 years, depending on the university. The tuition fees to study MBBS in the leading medical universities in the UK ranges from £38,000 to £50,000 every year.