Part time Master's Degree in Networks in Europe

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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Networks can be an important part of everything from social organizations to computer systems. Students who pursue studies in network theory generally learn about the principles that underlie these systems as well as relevant real-world applications.

There are more than four thousand higher education organizations in Europe, from leading research institutions to small, teaching-focused universities. Europe itself is not as much different than other continents, reaching from the Arctic Circle to the coast of Africa.

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Master in Wireless Industrial Automation

University of Vaasa
Campus 2 years August 2017 Finland Vaasa

Are you interested in wireless communication? Do you want to learn how to understand smart systems? Do you have a Bachelor’s degree in telecommunication, computer science, production automation, energy or electrical engineering? The Master’s Programme in Wireless Industrial Automation offers a carefully designed education programme to integrate advanced wireless communication with monitoring, control, and automation in industrial applications. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Networks in Europe. Are you interested in wireless communication? Do you want to learn how to understand smart systems? Do you have a Bachelor’s degree in telecommunication, computer science, production automation, energy or electrical engineering? The Master’s Programme in Wireless Industrial Automation offers a carefully designed education programme to integrate advanced wireless communication with monitoring, control, and automation in industrial applications. The aim of the programme is to educated qualified Masters of Science with a specialization in distributed energy production information systems. Wireless communication is the backbone of connecting people as well as machines and devices toward the era of the Internet of Things (IoT). By 2020, it is expected that about 70% of the total IP traffic will be handled in the last mile (i.e., the end-part of the telecommunication) by wireless networks. Hence, wireless communication is an essential part of other distributed systems such as smart cities, wireless automation, smart grids, e-health systems, e-government, security, and countless other applications. Therefore, the major mission of our programme is to provide the required scientific and technical information to our students to be able to understand, analyze, and deal with such advanced systems. The programme addresses the areas of telecommunication architecture evolution, digital communication and radio technology, modern wireless networks, systems engineering, embedded systems, and programming skills. Besides the courses, several seminars are organized to address more advanced topics related to for example smart automation, game theory, and energy informatics. Our two-year programme leads to a degree of Master of Science in Technology. We prepare our students for the future job market requirements in the technology sector as well as research institutions. [-]

Master in Informatics and Computer Engineering

Volgograd State Technical University
Campus 2 years September 2017 Russia Volgograd

Informatics and computer engineering (09.00.00). As a part of this programme students graduate to work in the following fields: [+]

VSTU is the leading regional University, which ranks among the best institutions in the amount of qualified specialists of Volgograd region, the South of Russia and some foreign countries. University obtains a well-developed infrastructure, ensures high professional level and influences forming of social qualities of students for their successful integration in the international economy. According to the strategy of University there was founded a research and education industrial complex (cluster) focused on training of well-qualified specialists for high-tech sectors of economy. Transformations in the sphere of higher education of the Russian Federation were affected and realized in VSTU as a multilevel system of educational programs, modern forms of academic activity organization, quality control, adequate material and technical support. Favorable social environment has been created in a large team of employees and students. Most of them share cultural and ethical values, keep and develop tradition of polytechnic school. VSTU is committed to the principles of the Bologna Declaration. Informatics and computer engineering (09.00.00). As a part of this programme students graduate to work in the following fields: Computer Aided Design; Automated data processing and management system; Computer machines, systems and networks Information systems and technology in construction; Applied informatics in economics; Software and information systems development; In order to enter Master’s Program, it is obligatory to provide: a diploma of higher education (Bachelor’s), legalized and nostrificated, translated into Russian and authenticated; In order to enter the Master’s Program a candidate should undergo entrance examinations in the specialization. Dates of entrance examinations to Master’s Program: Full-time course of studies — from June 25 to July 1; Part-time course of studies — from June 25 to July 1. [-]

Master Management & Data Science

Leuphana University of Luneburg
Campus Part time 2 years October 2017 Germany Lüneburg

The Master's Programme in Management & Data Science is geared towards students wanting to advance their skills in the data analysis of real-world phenomena. After completion of this program our graduates have the ability [+]

Top Part time Masters in Networks in Europe. The Master's Program in Management & Data Science is geared towards students wanting to advance their skills in the data analysis of real-world phenomena. After completion of this program our graduates have the ability to analyze massive and complex data sets, design statistical models based on the latest in information technology. The program is designed to meet the fast-growing demand for data scientists in business, public administration, and research. CONTENTS AND IDEA The rapid economic and technological transformations occurring in the global economy and the transition from an industrial to a knowledge-based economy confront corporate leaders with new challenges. The rising flood of data associated with the dynamic complexity of today’s business environment can no longer be handled by traditional methods and a manager’s personal experience alone. This degree program delivers interdisciplinary learning and research opportunities, that allows students to gain application-oriented knowledge for practical management solutions. Through the integration of management, data analysis and information systems knowledge, students will be able to develop the latest in innovative solutions for managing information-driven organizations. PROGRAM STRUCTURE During the first semester, students become experts in extracting knowledge from data. They acquire a foundation in mathematics, skills in the use of data analysis tools and an understanding of the data economics. The second semester includes modules in storage and mining of massive datasets, probabilistic modeling, analyzing networks as well as forecasting and simulation. In the third semester, students undertake a challenging research project, working in teams to address questions of practical relevance with scientific rigor – often in cooperation with leading companies, focusing on data-intensive problems from different industries. In addition students deepen their knowledge of data privacy and ethics. Two additional electives provide the possibility for further specialization that matches your professional or personal interests. Students can choose from a wide range of subjects, e.g.: Geo Information Systems, Semantic Web, Information Retrieval and Unstructured Data, Visualization and Communication, Parallelization and High Performance Computing. Alternatively, students can choose a maximum of two optional modules from other Management & Entrepreneurship majors. Students planning to study abroad are advised to schedule this for their third semester. In the field of Management Studies, students deepen their specialist skills by completing a total of three modules. The interdisciplinary Complementary Studies component to the program also comprises three modules and provide students with a general foundation in academic and research. The special focus of the Complementary Studies allows students to familiarize themselves with methods reaching beyond disciplinary boundaries and to develop new strategies for solving problems arising in science and practice. In the final semester, students write their Master’s thesis and attend the accompanying Master’s Forum. [-]

MSc in Information Technology

University of Stirling
Campus Part time 12 - 27 months August 2017 United Kingdom Stirling

The MSc Information Technology is an intensive, practically-oriented course. It provides an opportunity for graduates of non-computing subjects to develop key specialist skills for a career in Computing. It is ideal for complementing your expertise with core computing skills. [+]

The MSc Information Technology is an intensive, practically-oriented course. It provides an opportunity for graduates of non-computing subjects to develop key specialist skills for a career in Computing. It is ideal for complementing your expertise with core computing skills. Computing Science at Stirling has strong links with industry. Students can get a first-hand industrial experience through placements and internships with local enterprises and organisations. More specifically, we offer company-based MSc projects to our students where our students can work with an employer to gain valuable commercial experience. We usually place more than 50% of our students with a company for the MSc project duration. We also regularly invite industry experts to share their expertise with students through seminars and talks. You will also get prepared for finding and securing a great job after completing this course through an integrated structured personal and professional development programme. This programme covers crucial topics such as self-image, body language, interview techniques, assessment centre strategies, conflict resolution as well as CV preparation and job targeting techniques. Accreditation British Computer Society logoThe BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, is the foremost professional and learned society in the field of computers and information systems in the UK. The Division of Computing Science and Mathematics is an Educational Affiliate of the BCS. The MSc in Information Technology course is accredited by the BCS as partially meeting the educational requirements for Chartered Information Technology Professional (CITP) registration. CITP is the professional member level of the BCS ('partially meeting' is the normal level of accreditation for such MSc courses, and does not indicate a shortcoming! Additional training/experience is required for full registration.) Course objectives This is an intensive 12-month course which provides an opportunity for non-computing graduates to develop key specialist skills suitable for a career in Computing. It is ideal for those who wish to complement their knowledge and expertise with core computing skills in order to apply them to a new career. Our company sponsored MSc projects will provide an ideal pathway into the industry. The MSc Information Technology is an intensive, practically-oriented course. By studying this course students will study in depth key topics including: software development enterprise database systems web technologies benefit from research-led teaching demonstrate acquired research and development skills by undertaking a substantial piece of software project work prepare for positions in the IT industry What makes us different? Entry requirements Academic requirements A minimum of a second class Honours degree or equivalent in any subject other than Computing/IT related subjects. Applicants without these formal qualifications but with significant appropriate/relevant work experience are encouraged to apply. INTO University of Stirling offers a Graduate Diploma for those students who do not meet the required criteria for this course. If you successfully complete the Graduate Diploma in Science, Computing and Engineering and meet the required progression grades, you will be guaranteed entry onto year one of this Master's degree. English language requirements If English is not your first language you must have one of the following qualifications as evidence of your English language skills: IELTS: 6.0 with 5.5 minimum in each skill Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE): Grade C Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE): Grade C Pearson Test of English (Academic): 54 with 51 in each component IBT TOEFL: 80 with no subtest less than 17 If you don’t meet the required score you may be able to register for one of our pre-sessional English courses. To register you must hold a conditional offer for your course and have an IELTS score 0.5 or 1.0 below the required standard. Scholarships & funding Postgraduate Tuition Fee Loan This course is currently approved for PTFL (Postgraduate Tuition Fee Loan) funding from SAAS. Scotland’s Saltire Scholarships Scotland’s Saltire Scholarships (SSS) is a substantial programme of scholarships, offered on a matched funding basis between the Government and Scottish Higher Education Institutions. The scheme offers up to 200 awards, each worth £2000. These are towards the tuition fees, for any one year of study, on an Undergraduate, Masters or PhD course at any of Scotland’s higher education institutions. Structure and content This course comprises two 15-week semesters of taught modules, a winter programming assignment over three weeks in January, and the MSc project over three months at the end. Semester 1 concentrates on fundamental techniques. Semester 2 integrates, develops and applies these skills. Practical work is a key component in this course. It builds from self-contained tasks in the first semester, over the larger winter programming assignment, to a group project in Semester 2. Finally, the dissertation project (possibly with a company) is the largest piece of work leading to your MSc dissertation. In the Semester 1 you will take the following modules: Principles and Practice of Programming: Covers the designing and testing of programs written in Java. You learn good practice in program construction, programming with data structures and graphical user interfaces Foundations of Information Technology: Covers central topics including machine architecture, operating systems, networks, algorithm efficiency, the limits of computation, software engineering, user interface design, as well as professional and ethical issues Database Principles and Applications: Provides a critical understanding of the role of database management systems and the ability to creatively design and implement practical databases During the winter break there is an extended programming assignment. Semester 2 modules: Networking and Technologies for Ecommerce: Discusses computer networks and their layered architecture. You also study web scripting using PHP, Java script and XML Object-oriented Software Design: Discusses how to analyse and model requirements and develop software using object-oriented analysis and design, through the use of UML and CASE tools for software design Data Analytics: This module looks at Reasoning Systems, Data Mining and the use of probability information in predicting data values. You may graduate with the Postgraduate Diploma after two semesters, or continue with a three-month project and dissertation for the MSc. Computing Science at Stirling has strong links with industry. We offer a number of commercially linked projects for the MSc dissertation period. Topics include mobile phone app development (iPhone, Android, and also cross platform environments), bespoke Java applications, and advanced website development projects. Delivery and assessment You will learn about key areas in computing through lectures, tutorials and practical sessions. Lectures involve the whole class, while tutorials and practicals are for small groups. Practical work is a key component in our degrees, and provides the opportunity for hands-on experience. It builds from self-contained tasks in Semester 1, over a larger programming assignment in the winter break to a group project in Semester 2. Finally, the dissertation project is your largest single piece of work leading to your MSc dissertation. After two semesters of classes you will embark on a three-month project working on your dissertation topic. At the end of the project you will write up your findings as your MSc dissertation. For the MSc projects, we will make a number of industrial placements available. We usually place more than 50% of our students with a company for the MSc project duration. Stirling is also partner in the Making the Most of Masters initiative, which organises company lead MSc projects. Other project suggestions both from external bodies and from within the University are also offered. Furthermore, students' own ideas for projects are encouraged and welcomed. Strengths Hands on experience & industrial placements Practical work is a key component in our degrees, and provides the opportunity for hands-on experience. It builds from self-contained tasks in Semester 1, over a larger programming assignment in the winter break to a group project in Semester 2. Finally, the dissertation project is your largest single piece of work leading to your MSc dissertation. After two semesters of classes you will embark on a three month project working on your dissertation topic. At the end of the project you will write up your findings as your MSc dissertation. For the MSc projects, we will make a number of industrial placements available. We usually place more than 50 percent of our students with a company for the MSc project duration. Stirling is also partner in the Making the Most of Masters initiative, which organises company lead MSc projects. Other project suggestions both from external bodies and from within the university are also offered. Furthermore, students' own ideas for projects are encouraged and welcomed. Computing Science at the University of Stirling supports the Scottish e-Placement project which provides short- and long-term (one-year) placements with Scottish high-tech companies. These placements typically are paid and thus a good way of gaining commercial experience and helping with your living expenses. At Stirling, computing students are prepared for the employer-based MSc projects and the workplace more generally through an integrated structured personal and professional development programme called ‘Lift-Off’. This programme covers crucial topics such as self-image, body language, interview techniques, assessment centre strategies, conflict resolution as well as CV preparation and job targeting techniques. Career opportunities The MSc in Information Technology will greatly enhance the employment prospects of students. As a graduate of Information Technology, you will be in demand in a range of sectors including health, IT software organisations, service enterprises, engineering and construction firms as well as in the retail sector. Previous students have been very successful in obtaining suitable employment in the Information Technology field in a considerable diversity of posts - some with small companies, others with major UK organisations, with Local Authority and Government bodies as well as in the field of Higher Education. Here are some recent posts that IT students have taken up: IBM, Perth: Junior IT Specialist CAP-GEMINI, Glasgow AIT, Henley-on-Thames: Graduate Trainee Database Administrator Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh: MVS Team (Mainframe Support) British Airways, Hounslow: Programmer Ark Computing Solutions Ltd, Perth: Programmer/Developer Lancaster University, English Dept: Java programmer Rothes Infographics, Livingston: Trainee Software Developer More generally, common job profiles of our graduates are: As a Systems Analyst, you will work on solving computer problems. This might involve adapting existing systems or using new technologies designing a new software solution In doing so, you will design software, write code, and test and fix software applications. You might also be involved in providing documentation for users. Typically, you would work as part of a larger team. IT Consultants closely work with clients (often at the clients premises) and advise them on how to use computer technology and applications to best meet their business needs. You will work with clients to improve their efficiency of using computer systems. This may involve the adaptation/customisation of software applications, or the development of custom applications for the specific needs of the customer. As well as technical duties, you may be involved in project management. Applications Developers translate software requirements into programming code, and will usually specialise in a specific area, such as computer games or web technology. Often developers work as part of a larger team. You may be in charge of developing a certain component or part of a larger application. [-]

Master in Applied Informatics

Vytautas Magnus University
Campus 2 years August 2017 Lithuania Kaunas

Programme is oriented towards today’s and tomorrow’s application domains, covering data retrieval, robotics, artificial intelligence, neural networks, data visualisation, distributed and [+]

Top Part time Masters in Networks in Europe. Unique Features Programme is oriented towards today’s and tomorrow’s application domains, covering data retrieval, robotics, artificial intelligence, neural networks, data visualisation, distributed and cloud computing. Competencies Acquired - Knowledge and understanding of data mining techniques and their applicability in different domains. - Knowledge and understanding of the design and implementation of intelligent and adaptive systems. - Knowledge of professional development of commercial and social IT products using modern computer platforms, and estimation of their demand, impact and relevance to users, enterprises or organizations. - Ability to perform interdisciplinary R&D in data mining and data analysis field, apply research results in practical applications. - Ability to perform interdisciplinary R&D in natural language processing and information retrieval field, apply research results in practical applications. - Ability to perform interdisciplinary R&D in systems analysis, modelling, identification and control field, apply research results in practical applications. - Ability to apply data mining techniques for the analysis of diverse data (sound, ECG, EEG). - Ability to analyze, formalize and model systems and processes of different complexity. - Ability to apply Natural Language Processing techniques. - Ability to apply parallel programming skills for the development of concurrent distributed and multi-core/-processor systems. - Ability to design multiplatform services and applications, integrating intelligent and adaptive technologies. - Ability to clearly and convincingly present problems and suggested solutions to experts and non-experts, using ground knowledge, reasoning, relevant presentation tools and methods. - Ability to professionally communicate and collaborate in distributed IT projects. - Ability to critically analyse IT projects and their influence to business, culture and society context. Career Opportunities Graduates of Applied Informatics will be able to work as programmers, software architects, analysts, consultants, project managers, department managers in different organizations, state institutions and business units; as researchers, scientific workers, assistants and lectors in science and education institutions. Graduates will be able to establish their own information technology business companies. Graduates of Applied Informatics may continue studies in PhD studies in informatics (Computer Science) or Computer Engineering. [-]

Master Sensor System Engineering (SSE)

Hanze University of Applied Sciences - Groningen, the Netherlands
Campus 1 year September 2017 Netherlands Groningen

This master prepares you for a bright future in the fascinating world of advanced sensor applications. A domain that is rapidly growing, providing all kinds of interesting prospects for you, ambitious engineers. Within the globally important domain of health, sensor applications will provide totally new ways to monitor, heal, treat and care for people. [+]

Sensor System Engineering: www.hanzegroningen.eu/msse Passionate about technology and engineering? ​​ Are you open minded, do you like to stretch boundaries to find out what is out there? Can you apply yourself, developing new ways to move the technology ahead, specifically in the health domain? Then take a moment to consider the opportunity to join us for one year to complete the Sensor System Engineering (SSE) honours master's programme.​​​ Programme overview General knowledge about sensor applications needed for any type of specialisation Specialised knowledge involving sensors in the health domain Honours content Master's thesis project (30 ECTS) General knowledge about sensor applications needed for any type of specialisation Linear algebra (4 ECTS): mathematics required for the next modules. Advanced data analysis (4 ECTS): integrating data coming from multiple complex sensors and to interpret this data correctly Modelling & simulation (4 ECTS): theory and tools required to model complex systems and to analyse and represent simulated data. Data centric architectures (4 ECTS): the architectural design of sensor systems at the level of of system architectures for big data applications and at the level of digital signal processing (DSP). Specialised knowledge involving sensors in the health domain Products and services in Health (4 ECTS): using real cases to learn the full design process of a health related sensor system. Sensor applications in Health (3 ECTS): exploration of sensor applications in biology, technology, diagnostics and application in health environments like hospital and home care. Honours content Professional skills (3 ECTS): learning to excel in the professional fi eld by developing essential professional, non-technical skills. Research & ethics (5 ECTS): learning necessary research skills as well as the ability to reflect on ethical issues. Community contribution (1 ECTS): forming a network for the students to help them solve particular problems in a multidisciplinary setting. Master's thesis project (30 ECTS) A six month research project in the domain of sensor technology and health in industry, a research institute or university department, resulting in a master's thesis. [-]

Master Professional Digital Marketing And Social Networks

IIMN - Instituto Internacional de Marketing
Online & Campus Combined Part time 14 months September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Master in Digital Marketing arises from the need of the market where demand 2.0 requires highly skilled in all areas of digital marketing professionals to perform effectively campaigns and promotional activities and sales ... [+]

Top Part time Masters in Networks in Europe. Master in Digital Marketing and Social Media Professional The Master in Digital Marketing arises from the need of the market where demand 2.0 requires highly skilled in all areas of digital marketing professionals to perform effectively campaigns and promotional activities and sales. GOALS To train students to work as an expert and professional in any field of online marketing. Teaching the new possibilities offered by the Internet to master all fields of online marketing and search engine optimization, web usability, effective email marketing, web analytics, search engine marketing or social media marketing. Teach students to enhance professional skills and resources to successfully develop online marketing strategies. To present the latest tools and techniques to cope with the new situation that is occurring in the area of ​​digital marketing. Blended Learning In the embodiment Blended Learning or blended learning divides the student with the combination of classroom and online work. Each student has a schedule of activities and study in the online campus to achieve its objectives. It accounts with the professor and tutor. E-Learning In the e-learning student learning based on work online through our virtual campus. Each student has a schedule of activities and study in the online campus to achieve its objectives. It accounts with the professor and tutor. To whom it is addressed All those who work in the area of ​​Marketing and they need to acquire the knowledge and tools necessary current online sector. A professional in any field of business that interests them evolve and understand the major changes that the Internet is having on Digital Marketing strategies. The people who want to create their own digital marketing company and have the resources to manage it successfully. For those who need to learn a new profession that demands the market today. Double Degree Once completed the Master in Digital Marketing and exceeded the corresponding qualifications own degree awarded by the Universitat Abat Oliva CEU and by the International Institute of Marketing will be obtained. Methodology The methodology used by the International Institute of Marketing for learning and teaching of students in different courses is based on the concept of customization, everything, the training of students, so much so that he will choose the time spent studying always guided by a schedule established by the center. Therefore our Master in Digital Marketing provides two methods of study: Learning Blended or mixed, which combines classroom training with online training. E-learning, where all the training and equipment is online. In both methods, it is promoting flexibility in time management by students always guided by a temporary varemos. Collaborative work, involvement and contact at all times with the teacher specialized in this field, will make the whole training process a simple task bearable. Therefore, the cloister compose highly qualified professionals in each specialty. [-]

Connected Devices, Networks And Services

ECE Paris
Campus September 2017 France Paris

While access to broadband Internet, fixed and mobile has become widespread and the cost of the connections fall under the impact of competition, the centroid of the Telecoms economy has shifted in favor manufacturers of connected devices and field services. [+]

While access to broadband Internet, fixed and mobile has become widespread and the cost of the connections fall under the impact of competition, the centroid of the Telecoms economy has shifted in favor manufacturers of connected devices and field services. In recent years, the proliferation of connected objects with the promise of changing the everyday consumer. The Internet of Things comes with the digital transition of the traditional economy. Today he knows of variations in many areas such as "wearables", the connected car, intelligent home, the "smart city", the digital payment ... The mountains of data accumulated by all these connected objects create value, "Oil of the 21st Century" for some. By combining the object a remote intelligence in the cloud, it enables an economic model related to its use and the object becomes service. To develop these services, it is necessary to acquire a global vision. It starts with the reflection on the use of an approach which is similar to that of the designer. It ends with the market knowledge and analysis of the value chain of the connected service. In between are technical skills whose variety is the asset of the Engineer resulting from this Major. Red string, it will go up skills on technologies of Internet networks and radio networks. The first half will be more specifically focused on the connected object and rapid prototyping. The second half will be based on web and mobile programming. The third specifically address the dimension of services and platforms architectures while two week seminars will be blocked synthesis exercise by developing an innovative service "design thinking" mode on the proposed themes. This Major will naturally be complemented by the deepening Options proposed for ECE Paris as Data Scientist, interactive and sensory Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Skills Ability to ... design a service connected end to end, from the user experience to its economic relevance. Ability to prototype a connected object, to develop a web and mobile application, to define a network architecture, deploy and operate a services platform ... PROGRAM connected objects, Networks and Services 2nd year of engineering studies User experience and interactive design From sensor to measure Introduction to IP networks Routing Protocols and Concepts Introduction to 3D design Prototyping of connected objects Select a wireless LAN Mobile programming on Android Technos Web / LAMP Mobile radio networks Expand IP Networks Connect IP networks 3rd year of engineering studies Advanced concepts of IP networks Cloud services Programming for Android systems IoT architecture platforms IP Multimedia The economy of connected services Workshops "Service Dev Camp" Project Manager Trades innovation Mission: design and develop innovative products. Working in project mode by responding to market expectations and sending the finalized product development. Meanwhile, keep watch on technological innovations. Mission Designer services: Design new components or services service platforms and ensure their consistency with the existing. Mission Architect convergent solutions: Design new service solutions that combine different techniques bricks of network architecture, the SI and service platforms. Mobile Application Developer Mission: Define specifications, choose a technical solution based on the specific project, make the application and test it to verify that it meets the specifications [-]

Master of Computer Systems and Networks

European Polytechnical University
Campus 3 semesters October 2017 Bulgaria Pernik

The Master program in "Computer Networks" educates the students in solving engineering problems in scientific and research work, adaptation through self-education to the dynamically developing technologies. [+]

Top Part time Masters in Networks in Europe. Master of Computer Systems and Networks ADMISSION: on documents; REQUIREMENTS: applicants with acquired Bachelor degree on Computer Systems & Networks or similar programs, higher education, recognized in EU; average rating of the Diploma - Good; document for English language proficiency. DURATION: 1,5 years (3 semesters). DIPLOMA: Master of Computer Networks. The Master program in "Computer Networks" educates the students in solving engineering problems in scientific and research work, adaptation through self-education to the dynamically developing technologies, in mobility on national and international level. Computer systems and networks are considered in unity with the necessary operating software. The training is distinguished through individual approach and style of training. Mastering of new ideas and approaches is combined with creative application in development, investigation, design and construction. The individualized training helps the students meet the future need for personnel in the IT industry. Note: The fees are €1000 per semester for EU students and €2000 per semester for non-EU students. All excellent students study FREE of any charges. The student loan information can be found on this page: http://epu.bg/index.php/en/application/students-loans [-]

Master in Computer Modeling

Vilnius University
Campus 3 semesters September 2017 Lithuania Vilnius

The Computer Modelling programme ensures to use computer modelling technologies and participate in their development, to imply the generation and analysis of hypotheses and ideas, scientific, empirical and applied [+]

The Computer Modelling programme ensures to use computer modelling technologies and participate in their development, to imply the generation and analysis of hypotheses and ideas, scientific, empirical and applied research, interpretation of results, to develop research and analytical skills, professional ethics code, to generate reports. Constant improvement is determined by the specific character of the study program, as reaction to the fast changes of technological development, which causes improvements of various kind, by adding courses of cloud computing, of images and signal processing, of web services, etc. Students will gain knowledge according to curricula, as well as skills to research work, including HPC (high performance computing), Grid/ Cloud computing, also using supercomputer. The final stage of studies will include research done for master thesis and it’s defence. [-]

Master in Advanced Computer Networks

Mediterranean College
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years October 2017 Greece Athens

Communicating networks link the world of computing and telecommunications. This course provides you with a structured environment to encourage you... [+]

Master in Advanced Computer Networks

Communicating networks link the world of computing and telecommunications. This course provides you with a structured environment to encourage you to develop a critical understanding of relevant, modern theories associated with practical expertise in networking technologies and applications in a wide range of contexts.Computer networking, the internet, and mobile communications are amongst the skills most highly sought-after by the computing industry today. Our course provides you with the theoretical rigour and evaluation of current research demanded of a Masters programme, together with detailed practical experience of network design, development, implementation and management. Our lecturers specialise in networks and have recent industry experience, so you'll benefit from their expertise. You'll also gain theoretical and practical skills using our dedicated Networks computer lab.To develop this course, the University of Derby consulted employers and the industry to make sure the content is relevant and contemporary, and will help your career. You will have excellent employment and earnings potential as prospects include: working for network consultancy companies, providing in-house network support and administering networks. There is also a growing demand for specialists in network security and in network programming.... [-]


Master in Engineering, Major in Information Systems

ECE Paris
Campus 2 years September 2017 France Paris

The Master of Information Systems and Networks trains engineering students to design and manage information systems which have become a source of competitive advantage for insightful companies today. Indeed, this field is currently experiencing deep mutations where the traditional boundaries of operations, production, decision making, and strategic planning are disappearing. In addition to positions such as project manager, information systems architect or networks architect, business intelligence specialist, … new and exciting job opportunities are offered to our engineers thanks to emerging web platforms, and related web services. [+]

Master of Information Systems and Networks

 

The Master of Information Systems and Networks trains engineering students to design and manage information systems which have become a source of competitive advantage for insightful companies today. Indeed, this field is currently experiencing deep mutations where the traditional boundaries of operations, production, decision making, and strategic planning are disappearing. In addition to positions such as project manager, information systems architect or networks architect, business intelligence specialist, … new and exciting job opportunities are offered to our engineers thanks to emerging web platforms, and related web services.... [-]