Who can apply
- Undergraduates: Applicants should have at least an upper second class honours degree and normally a first class degree in one of the following areas: Computing, Design or Management
- Post-graduates: Students with a research-orientated masters degree in Computing, Design, or Management or a cognate discipline.
- Professional: Applicants with significant professional experience in the areas of Computing, Design or Management, in addition to a proposal that explores how the application of this experience is relevant to post-disciplinary approaches to innovation in the digital economy are also welcomed
Please note that if English is not your first language you will be asked for a recognised English language qualification. These include a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 (with a minimum of 6.0 in each unit) or a TOEFL internet-based test of at least 93 (with 22 in each part). We also accept Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic) and Cambridge English:Proficiency (CPE) qualifications. Accepted international English qualifications can be found here.