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Postgraduate Artificial Intelligence

This is for the game changers

Develop the in-demand digital, data science and analytical skills to thrive in a data-driven world.

A new generation of graduates is needed to manage artificial intelligence (AI), and to understand it across a myriad of different industries and sectors. Our postgraduate courses are built around current and projected requirements in areas including business management, software development, and healthcare.

You do not need a background in computer science or technology to study our MSc Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics programme. £10,000 scholarships are available to eligible applicants.

Courses in this subject

We have 6 courses in this area.

Benefits of studying our Artificial Intelligence courses

"Our course provides you with an applied understanding of artificial intelligence and data and analytics, where we emphasise bringing together both technical and business skills, therefore ensuring students don't only understand the techniques but know in which circumstances to apply them."

Dr. Kamran Mahroof, Programme Leader for Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics.

Why study a postgraduate Artificial Intelligence degree?

Artificial intelligence has the scope to drive solutions to the problems faced by the modern world, whether it's designing a new work environment or introducing smart systems.

There are a number of reasons that you may want to consider studying postgraduate AI:

  • You are interested in the technological solutions of today and curious about technologies of the future
  • You have strong problem-solving and logical skills, with an explorative and analytical mindset
  • You have an interest in developing applied AI solutions to further benefit businesses, society, and the world environment

You will learn a number of valuable skills, including:

  • The ability to take a problem and identify a range of solutions by assessing the AI possibilities for stakeholders
  • Hands-on experience of using open source and commercial AI tools, and a strong understanding of the key concepts such as machine learning, deep learning, emerging technologies, and other techniques
  • You'll get insight from experts from different faculties at the University and industry, acquiring a professional judgment about applied AI and its wider implications


Postgraduate study can open up new possibilities and help accelerate your career.

Artificial intelligence, data science sectors and consultancy are just a small selection of the different areas in which an artificial intelligence graduate can work. Possible careers include:

  • data science professional
  • artificial intelligence developer
  • business analyst
  • analytics consultant
  • technology consultant
  • digital insights manager
  • tech business entrepreneur
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Want to find out more?

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Meet our postgraduate Artificial Intelligence students

Our students choose to study a postgraduate Artificial Intelligence degree for a number of reasons.

Explore our students' stories to find out about their backgrounds, ambitions, and how they are finding the postgraduate experience at Bradford.

Ifeanyi Chukwu

MSc Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics

Ifeanyi is originally from Nigeria and travelled to the UK to study at Bradford.

"Over the past 12 months, this MSc program has been transformational. It has helped unlock my inner craving to actively participate in this emerging area, and has been instrumental in charting a new career path for me."

Read Ifeanyi's story

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Funmi Oshinubi

MSc Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics

Funmi is from Nigeria and arrived in the UK to start her Master's.

"From the wide number of classmates I was privileged to interact with, it was evident that beyond cultural and regional diversity, gender, professions, and age were also critical factors that enriched the quality of the cohort’s diversity."

Read Funmi's story

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Melanie Denyer

MSc Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics

Melanie is studying as an adult learner. She returned to education 30 years after starting her first degree.

"I think we have a pretty good mix of people on the course. I’ve really enjoyed getting to know students from all over the world. I now have new friends from Nigeria, Ghana, Pakistan… and that’s just off the top of my head. Plenty of other places, too! But that’s not the only kind of diversity. I’m far from the only woman on the programme, and there are a few of us who have Learner Support Programmes in place."

Read Melanie's story

Melanie Denyer

God'sfavour Ben-Izuagie

MSc Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics

God'sfavour is from a small city in Nigeria called Warri. She has a background in teaching and has also worked at an oil company.

"Since it is a conversion course, it has allowed applicants from different backgrounds to have access to the benefits and potential of DA and AI, and to utilise their experience and knowledge from various fields ranging from medical to art."

Read God'sfavour's story

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Postgraduate finance and funding

Postgraduate study is an investment in your future, and funding your degree has never been easier.

There are a range of options to help you cover the costs of studying, including loans and scholarships. Current and past University of Bradford students can also benefit from our Alumni Discount Scheme.

Find out more about financing your postgraduate studies:

Tuition fees cover the cost of your registration, tuition, academic supervision, assessment and examination.

Government loans of up to £12,167 are available to help cover your tuition fees and living costs while you study.

Every year the University of Bradford invests over £4m in scholarships to help students from all backgrounds. 

The government provides doctoral loans of up to £27,892 to help cover your course fees and living costs while you study.

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