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Ulster University: Internet of Things (With or without Applied Research)

Institution Ulster University
Department School of Computing
Web http://www.ulster.ac.uk
Email cebe@ulster.ac.uk
Telephone +44 (0)28 9036 6305
Study type Taught

Summary

The Internet of Things (IoT) has become one of the most discussed technology trends of recent years, mainly due to the expected impact that it will have on how we live, work and travel. This is a specialist programme that prepares you for an industrial career with skills in computing science, engineering and data analytics.

As the expectations of how IoT will redefine an organisation’s operations grow, so too are the expectations to have knowledgeable and skilled staff with an appreciation for business processes and market potential.

The course content is informed by our internationally leading research and strong industry partnerships, most notably our jointly established BT Ireland Innovation Centre.

Graduate opportunities exist across a range of industrial settings within the sector across the key verticals of Smart Cities, Industrial IoT, Connected Health and Smart Homes. Alternatively, you may want to embark on further research at the PhD level.

IMPORTANT: A number of courses will be transitioning to the Belfast Campus. The new campus is on schedule to open its doors and welcome students from September 2021. With the impact of COVID-19 prevailing into 2021, the University is working closely with contractors to mitigate any impact of the pandemic on the opening date.

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