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City, University of London

Internet of Things with Entrepreneurship

The City, University of London Internet of Things with Entrepreneurship MSc will help you:

- Cover the theory and practice that will be valuable for a career in the emergent IoT industry or starting your own IoT venture.

- Develop the deep expertise in the underlying technologies of electronics, sensing and communications that will enable you to exploit the demand and opportunities for engineers with both technical skills and an awareness of the business implications of IoT.

- Learn to apply your knowledge to create new inventions and ideas, and bring them to reality.

- Develop an entrepreneurial perspective that is essential for designing innovative products ­with modules from the Sir John Cass Business School, renowned as one of the UK's leading business schools.

Entry requirements

MSc: To apply for this course, you should hold the minimum of a second-class honours degree, or the equivalent in an engineering, scientific or mathematical discipline.

Suitable industrial experience will be considered, such as a few years in a related industry or start-up.

Course modules

This MSc is uniquely oriented around practical design projects, guided by an informal industry advisory group of IoT companies, including LG Electronics, CGI and Tivital.

The programme is made up of four core modules, two elective modules, and a final individual project. One of the core modules is a group design project, which will feed into the final individual project of your choice. Also, unique to this programme, another core module on entrepreneurship will be delivered by the Cass Business School on new product development and ventures.

The programme follows a normal 12-month pattern with two terms of taught modules followed by a four-month individual design project/dissertation. The electives are studied in the second term. The third term is reserved for the final individual project. Electronic equipment and labs will be made available for projects.

Assessment methods

Assessment of the programme modules comprises written examinations and laboratory coursework. Each individual module coursework is combined with the written module examination to provide an overall module mark.


Qualification Study mode Start month Fee Fee locale Course duration
MSc Full-time £ 9,000 (Academic year) Home/EU 2 Years
MSc Full-time £ 16,000 (Academic year) International 2 Years
MSc Full-time August 2018 16,000 (Whole course) International 1 1 Years
MSc Full-time August 2018 9,000 (Whole course) Home/EU 1 1 Years

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