Take a look at the curriculum in detail.
Our two-year MSc in Software Engineering combines the academic foundations needed to kickstart your career, with work on future Dyson technology. You'll study the fundamentals alongside emerging technologies, whilst applying your newly developed knowledge to projects with global commercial impact. Complementary rotations in different software engineering teams will apply and enhance your learning, encouraging you to think more deeply about academic concepts whilst giving you a breadth of technical understanding.
You will learn and work on Dyson's campus, where you can make the most of our state-of-the-art facilities and enjoy in-person support from Dyson Institute academics and Dyson engineers. Working and collaborating with others, you'll help to solve problems that others ignore.
You'll have two semesters and study five modules per year. Semester one of year one will be focused towards academic study, to give you the foundations needed to start working as a software engineer. From semester two, you'll spend two days per week on academic study and three days per week in the workplace.
*Please note: Offering the MSc is subject to confirmation of Full Taught Degree Awarding Powers by the OfS which is expected in Spring 2024. In the event of a delay in this, we will inform any applicants and postpone until further notice.