The Department of Computer Science announces that it is accepting applications for a limited number of positions in the following postgraduate programmes beginning in January 2010. The last date for the submission of applications is Friday, 30th of October 2009. Seventeen (17) positions are available for the postgraduate programme which leads to obtaining a Master's or a PhD degree. The positions are distributed as follows:
- Five (5) positions for the Master’s programme in Computer Science (MCS). The course is designed primarily for Computer Science and other science-related graduates who seek to develop research skills and enhance their knowledge in advanced areas of Computer Science. Students who attend this program may pursue a PhD degree after their graduation.
- Two (2) positions for the Master’s programme in Internet Computing (MIC). The course is designed primarily for Computer Science and other science-related graduates who seek to deepen their knowledge on subjects like Computer Networks, Distributed Systems, and the Internet, to develop research skills in these subjects and potentially, pursue a doctoral degree after their graduation.
- Two (2) positions for the Master’s programme in Intelligent Systems (MIntS). The course is designed for Computer Science and other science-related graduates who seek to deepen their knowledge in areas like Artificial Intelligence and Computational and Data Mining Systems, and to develop research skills in these subjects and potentially follow doctoral studies after their graduation.
- Five (5) positions for the Professional Master’s programme in Advanced Information Technologies (PM). The aim of the Professional Master in Advanced Information Technologies is to help Information Technology Professionals to extend and update their knowledge in Advanced Computer Technologies and to acquire up-to-date know-how in subjects related to the national Information Technology industry like Software Engineering, the Internet and Intelligent Systems.
Three (3) positions are available at the PhD level. Further information regarding the Department’s research activities can be obtained from the Department’s Research page.
The minimum qualifications required in order to apply, are a recognized University Degree in Computer Science or in a related field from an accredited Institution with an overall grade of “Very Good.”
For further information and application forms, please contact the Department's Secretary: