MSc Blockchain and Financial Technologies

Key information
University University of East London (UEL)
Country United Kingdom
Learning mode On-Campus
Pace Full-time, Part-time
Duration 24 months
Tuition fee Local Students Full-Time: £10,020; Local Students Part-Time: £1,670 per 30 credit module & International Students Full-Time: £14,760
Application deadline(s) July

The University of East London (UEL) is a career-led university in the United Kingdom committed to preparing students for the best career path by providing career-shaping skills and partnerships with various industries, and ensuring that UEL graduates are the first choice of employers. The university’s vision is to provide cutting-edge knowledge and drive innovation for positive change in society, the people, and even on the planet. It offers courses that are strengthened by research and industry collaboration ensuring that the acquired learnings are performed in the workplace. One of the courses offered is the MSc Blockchain and Financial Technologies which will equip the learners with different views of blockchain and financial technologies including business, financial, mathematical, and computational views, and hands-on experience in a wide array of emerging technologies.

Similarly, learners will have progressive knowledge through the integration of concepts, applications, and techniques, as well as build innovative solutions through the integration of specialized intelligent systems, deep learning tools, and machine learning. Throughout the course duration, students will take laboratory activities, perform oral presentations and data analysis, conduct a research dissertation, and develop strong knowledge and experience in blockchain and cryptocurrency, machine learning on big data, security management, and intelligent systems. In the same way, students will be assessed through practical coursework and a theory examination. Graduates from this course will discover different opportunities and career paths and enjoy the wide range of positions from the university’s career zone service connected to its wide network of employers including Canary Wharf Executive Development Centre, East London Business Alliance, Capita Property and Infrastructure, Tech up Nation, and the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

The entry requirements for the MSc Blockchain and Financial Technologies at the University of East London (UEL) are a bachelor’s degree 2.2 or above in computer science or equivalent, a Grade C in GCSE English and Mathematics, English language proficiency IELTS overall score of 6.0 with 6.0 in writing and speaking and 5.5 in listening and reading, qualification from a recognized institution, student visa, and an online application.

The course has a full-time duration equivalent to 1 year and a part-time duration equivalent to 2 years. Full-time local students are required to pay a tuition fee which costs £10,020 for the whole year, and full-time international students are required to pay £14,760 for the whole year, while part-time local students are required to pay £1,670 per 30 credit module. Full-time students may opt to extend an additional year for a placement year that will provide an opportunity to execute the learnings into practice in the workplace. The MSc with Placement Year or Year 2 will have an industrial placement fee amounting to £3,500. The university is passionate about awarding a range of scholarships and bursaries to support its students in their studies that will help them on their way to their future careers.

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