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Start your Masters in 2013


Gain skills, contacts and qualifications in cyber crime investigation and digital forensics

We are now accepting applications for our September 2013 intakes.

(Closing date for the MSc in Digital Investigaion & Forensic Computing is July 31st, 2013)
(Closing date for the MSc in Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation is August 28th, 2013)

We offer a range of masters degree, diploma and certificate level qualifications, training and short courses in the field of cyber security, cybercrime investigation, digital / forensic computing, information security and digital investigation.

Graduates gain internationally recognized qualifications from a highly regarded university and worldwide contacts useful in international investigations.

Our education and training programmes teach professional skills to combat future threats and support the fight against cyber crimes, hacking, fraud, malware, money laundering, financial crime and cyber terrorism.

Programmes may be taken full time or part time over two years.  Much of the training is online using proven distance learning methods.

What will you do for your career in 2013?  Our graduates tell us that gaining their MSc has helped them at work, opened up new career paths, helped them to win a promotion or a new job, and boosted their confidence.

Take the first step today!

Apply now for the MSc in Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation (law enforcement programme) or the MSc in Digital Investigation & Forensic Computing.

This year it is possible to do individual modules of the Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation programme on a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) basis, without applying for the MSc.  If you an experienced law enforcement officer, you may not need a primary degree to start the programme.

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