MSc Forensic Computing and Cybercrime Investigation
- Tution Fees : €9,670.00
- Application Fees : €0.00
- University : University College Dublin
- Course Duration : 1 Years
- Academic Course Level : Level 9
- Location : Dublin
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- English Requirement
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Veterinary Medicine, Medicine, Radiography, Physiotherapy, Health & Performance Science, Sport & Exercise Management, Psychology, Actuarial & Financial Studies, Quantitative Business: Business Analytics, Economics & Finance
Applications will be considered on a case by case basis
In addition to Standard XII Average 95%, one year of a Bachelor degree programme (Average 60%) is normally required
Engineering & Architecture, Human Nutrition, Veterinary Nursing, Biomedical, Health & Life Sciences , Business, Law & Commerce
Commerce (Average 85%) and Engineering (Average 80%) will consider applications on a case by case basis
Science, Computer Science, Agricultural Science, Animal Science – Equine, Dairy Business, Food Science, Economics, English, Film, History, International Languages, Social Science
BA Degree, English with Drama, Music, Planning Geography & Environment, Forestry, Horticulture & Agri-environmental Sciences
Average is calculated on best 5 recognised subjects
In addition, please note that the equivalences shown are the minimum required to be eligible for consideration on a competitive basis. Entry requirements are reviewed on an annual basis.
Certain subjects may have additional requirements . For instance mathematics . Please refer university website for details.
Holders of Bachelors and Masters Degrees with good grades from competitive and well ranked universities and colleges can be considered for entry to graduate degrees at UCD.
Taught Masters – Academic Entry Requirements
The normal requirement for entry to a taught Master’s Degree programme is a second class honours degree in a relevant subject.
Research Masters - Academic Entry Requirements
The normal requirement for entry to a Research Master’s Degree programme is a second class honours degree in a relevant subject. In addition course work and examinations may also be specified by the College at entry; normally these have to be satisfactorily completed in the first year of a Master’s degree programme.
Please refer to the relevant School or programme for more specific information on entry requirements for your chosen programme.
PhD Programmes - Academic Entry Requirements
To be eligible to enter one of UCD’s PhD programmes, a candidate must have reached a high honours standard at the examination for the primary degree. In some cases, a Master’s degree may also be required. In certain cases, a candidate may be able to provide other evidence to the School in order to satisfy the entry requirements of the programme.
It is recommended that applicants interested in research at Masters and PhD level should, in the first place, read the information available on the UCD website.
Secondly, applicants should review the website of the relevant School and College to ensure they are fully informed about the research objectives of the academic course concerned. Prior to submitting an application it is essential that candidates make contact with potential supervisors.
English Language Requirements
Teaching in Irish Universities is normally through the medium of English, therefore all applicants are required to demonstrate a high level of competence in English language. Applicants must provide evidence of equivalent competence in English language through a recognised English language test, as outlined below.
• Your English language certificate must be no more than two years old at the beginning of your degree course.
INDIA Standard XII
• English 80%
International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
• An average score of 6.5 over all components and a minimum of 6.0 in each band on the Academic Version.
Some courses require a higher level of English language competency. Please check with the relevant UCD School.
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|70% in Bachelors. IELTS of 6.5 with no bands, below 6.0. As well as being restricted to members of LAW ENFORCEMENT (LE) organisations, applicants are normally expected to be working in an investigative role. Law enforcement includes any organisation that has responsibility for the enforcement of national or local legislation including but not limited to: Local, National, or Federal Police Forces International Police organisations (Europol, Interpol, etc) Fisheries Revenue & Customs Military Applicants to the M.Sc. / Grad. Diploma / Grad. Certificate programme should have 5 years experience in LE. If they have less than 5 years experience in LE, applicants should have a degree in computing / policing studies / related discipline; OR 2 years LE experience in Digital Forensics / Cybercrime Investigation role. If they do not meet the above criteria, candidates may apply to do single modules as CPD (F001). Each applicant will be assessed on a case by case basis.|
In the past 11 years, over 700 law enforcement officers from 61 countries and have studied on this programme. For law enforcement officers, having this qualification has the advantage of adding credibility to their testimony as expert witnesses. Career development possibilities are excellent. Graduates include senior staff at Europol and INTERPOL, members of national and regional police forces and police training colleges, government ministries and agencies with LE powers, defence forces, specialist cybercrime agencies, revenue, customs and border protection. Our graduate community is one of the benefits of the course. Contact us if you'd like to speak to a graduate about their experience.