MSc in Electronic & Computer Technology (Internet of Things)
This programme which is focused on the Internet of Things [IoT] leads to a final Award of MSc in Electronic and Computer Technology [IoT], which aims to provide a pathway for bachelor’s degree graduates (e.g., BE/BTech/BSc/BEng), existing ICT professionals, and those wishing to convert from associated disciplines, to acquire the necessary skills to pursue careers in the IoT technology and applications domain.
The Internet of Things [IoT] is a computing concept describing the inter-connectivity and collaboration of a wide variety of everyday physical objects connected via the internet. Rapid IoT development has been driven by ongoing research and technological advances (notably in 5G mobile communications and in Artificial Intelligence). IoT technologies are enabling a wide range of business opportunities in the context of “smart” homes, neighbourhoods and cities and in the exploitation of intelligent infrastructure and services, in areas such as transport, power and healthcare.
IoT systems involve the convergence of multiple technologies, existing and new, including Sensors & Actuators, Low-energy Communication, Networking and Cloud, Big Data & Data Analytics, Machine Learning, Security and Application Deployment and Management.
For more information about this course, please contact Derek Molloy
- A Primary Honours degree, Level 8 with an award of H2.2 or higher in Electronic/Electrical/Computer Engineering, Applied Physics, Computer Sciences or other Engineering Disciplines
- International candidates who are non-native speakers of English must satisfy the University of their competancy in the English language. More information about DCU's English language requirements can be found here.
Please visit www.pac.ie to make an application:
Applicants must submit;
- Certified academic transcripts for each and every year of study
- Evidence of English Language *
- Copy of valid Passport
- A passport size photograph
- Confirmation of nationality and residence (see below **)
- Confirmation of Fee eligibility category (see below ***)
*Where candidates are non-native speakers of the English language, they must satisfy the university of their competency in the English language (http://www.dcu.ie/registry/english.shtml ).
** Important Eligibility Documentation
Eligible Applicants must be ordinarily resident in Ireland and must meet the nationality and EU residency rules as aligned to Springboard as detailed here https://springboardcourses.ie/faq Applicants must provide supporting documentation to evidence that they meet this criteria at the time of application. Failure to provide adequate supporting documentation may lead to your application not being assessed in time for consideration for a place on these job stimulus programmes.
*** Applicants must self-declare their fee eligibility category and provide all supporting documentation to evidence they meet the criteria at the time of application. Failure to provide adequate supporting documentation may lead to your application not being assessed in time for consideration for a place on these job stimulus programmes. For further information on eligibility categories and the impact on fee liability, please visit https://springboardcourses.ie/faq.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the programme is full or until 1st December 2020. Please note all supporting documention must be submitted by this date. Only completed applications will be considered.
Admission queries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org