The University of Liverpool will be holding a webinar on Tuesday 1 December from 2-3.30pm GMT with Prof Frans Coenen, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Liverpool, to help prospective students understand more about the programme and answer any questions they have.
This webinar is a great way for students to get a better idea about the content of the master’s programme, the admissions process and how online study works.
The webinar will be recorded and sent out to all registered participants after the day, but by attending live students will be able to ask any questions they have before the first programme intake in January 2021.
Why study artificial intelligence?
Artificial intelligence (AI) is having an increasingly prominent impact on the way in which different industries operate. This is driving employers to seek out highly skilled professionals to maximise system performance.
This advanced programme is designed to develop your expertise within this area, cultivating your practical skills and developing programming techniques, which will enable you to work effectively within the complex field of AI.
The programme is also available as a postgraduate certificate (PG Cert) which amounts to 60 credits and a postgraduate diploma (PG Dip) which amounts to 120 credits. Students who complete the PG Cert and PG Dip will have the opportunity to progress to a full master’s degree.
Why study online with Liverpool?
By studying online, you have the opportunity to gain a highly regarded qualification from a prestigious redbrick university and a member of the Russell Group, a group of 24 research-led UK universities committed to maintaining the highest possible standards of research and education.
The University of Liverpool has been offering online programmes since 2000, making us one of Europe's leading providers of wholly online postgraduate degrees. Each of our programmes is designed for online delivery, and our state-of-the-art learning platform encourages collaboration with fellow professionals from around the world.
Register for the webinar
Date and time: Tuesday 1 December from 2–3.30pm GMT