A Future in Cyber Security
This year, over 3 million cyber crimes are expected to take place across India.
According to Worldline CEO Deepak Chandnani, Mumbai alone has seen 12-14,000 fraudulent online transactions in a single month.
As a result, the demand for certified cyber security professionals in India - and around the world - is currently growing at 12 times the rate of the overall job market.
...and we'll tell you why the innovative Masters programme in Cyber Security at Queen's University Belfast is at the forefront of technical advances in cutting-edge technologies such as cryptography, computer forensics, malware and intelligent information systems.
We aim to develop the next generation of industry leaders and address the global shortage of cyber security professionals. We provide graduates with a comprehensive understanding of the cyber security challenges facing industry and society, both today and in the future, and equipping them with the skills necessary to address those challenges.
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Over £1.5 million of international scholarships available
We are delighted to be able to offer a wide range of international scholarships for our taught postgraduate programmes; apply before April 2016 and you will be automatically assessed for a scholarship. More information can be found on our website.
The GREAT Scholarship - worth £5,000 - is open to well-qualified students from India who plan to start their studies in the 2016-2017 academic year. For further information and how to apply please visit our GREAT Scholarships India webpage.
Why Queen's University?
The UK's ninth oldest university, Queen's is a member of the Russell Group of 24 leading UK research-intensive institutions and is ranked 8th in the UK for its world-class research output (REF 2014). It is also in the top one per cent of global universities.
Belfast is one of Europe’s most friendly and fashionable regional capitals. Described by Lonely Planet as a ‘must-see visitor destination’, it was also voted one of the world’s top ten destinations by National Geographic Traveler in 2012.
In Mercer's 2014 Worldwide Cost of Living survey, Belfast was recognised as having the lowest cost of living in the UK, making it an ideal city in which to live, work and study.