MSc Cyber Security
University of London
Master of Science
Offered by University of London
Taught in English
Engage in group discussions with professors and peers
10 core modules and one project module, 12-15 hours per week
Hands-on learning from anywhere, no travel required
£9,000 – £12,000 total cost
Earn a master’s degree from University of London with academic direction from Royal Holloway, ranked among the top 25 universities in the UK.
Learn real-world applicable skills from leading industry experts and position yourself for both immediate impact and long-term success as an in-demand cyber security professional.
In this programme, you’ll focus on a wide range of security techniques, addressing modern challenges in cyber security with a human-centric approach. You’ll work with real-world case studies that are constantly updated to reflect new and timely issues and study how various organisations solve security management problems. You’ll explore the major cryptographic mechanisms and how they can be applied and learn how computer systems and networks are made secure.
Throughout your studies, you’ll learn from world-class cyber security experts with decades of both industry and academic experience. As a student in this programme, you will:
- Build practical applied skills relevant to current and emerging demands in the cyber security field.
- Master the latest and most relevant tools, techniques, strategies, and technologies.
- Refine your ability to think critically about how organisations manage security.
- Enjoy direct access to industry professionals with specific expertise in key areas of cyber security.
- Gain experience working with real-world case studies that reflect new and timely challenges.
This programme is offered twice per year in April and October.
The final deadline to apply is September 12, 2022.
The next cohort starts on 10 October, 2022.
Please contact the University of London via the Student Enquiry System available on their website.
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About the Programme
Application periods are open twice each year, corresponding to the two study sessions. You can apply via direct entry, or performance based-admission if you do not meet the academic requirements for direct entry.Learn more about admissions
In this degree you’ll explore the major cryptographic mechanisms and how they can be applied and learn how computer systems and networks are made secure.Learn more about the programme
You’ll gain an internationally recognised master’s degree, preparing you for the next stage of your career. The University of London works with the Careers Group to provide bespoke career resources, advice, and support for its global student community.Learn more about careers
You will have access to highly engaging learning materials and activities. Enjoy an enhanced learning experience with an accessible and attractive virtual learning platform and opportunities for self-assessment so you can review your own progress.Learn more about student experience
About University of London
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