This course is run by the Department of Computing and Communication Technologies.
This exciting MSc builds on Brookes' world-leading research in Computer Vision. The course is responsive to industry trends and provides a thorough understanding of applied computer vision - exploring both practical and theoretical elements.
The applications of computer vision can be found all around us.
In robotics it is used to make robots identify and handle objects. In cinematography it is used to capture actors' movements, which can then be combined with computer generated graphics to create characters such as Gollum in Lord of the Rings. In medicine, medical imaging is very important for CAT and MRI scans to identify diseases and for research. In surveillance, facial recognition and motion recognition are used to identify and track people.
Tablets and smart phones have computer vision apps, and web applications contain methods to categorise and identify people, objects and places. All these different applications make use of the methods designed for computer vision to make us more comfortable, healthier, safer and entertained.
Why choose this course?
You will benefit greatly from the cutting-edge research being done by the department’s world-leading computer vision research group which has won numerous international prizes and awards for the quality of its work and has excellent links with world-class companies such as Sony and Microsoft.
You will have access to excellent facilities, including a motion capture room, robotics kits, and industry standard computing facilities.
- Links forged between the taught programme and the research group should enable students on the taught programme to produce research papers, and so enhance their career prospects. Oxford’s place at the heart of the UK’s high-tech business community means we have established links with many key companies in the region, and have collaborated on world-leading research activities. These have fed into our taught programmes and provided opportunities for student project work.
Cost & Fees
Home / EU full-time on-campus fee: £5,160
Home / EU part-time on-campus fee: £2,630
International full-time on-campus fee: £12,940