Why study cloud computing in NCI?
National College of Ireland's MSc in Cloud Computing will provide you with the latest knowledge and competencies required by the fastest growing global industry: the Cloud. Cloud computing has become a multi-billion euro industry and this course offers specialisations in two key areas: Infrastructure (a.k.a. IaaS -Infrastructure as a Service) and Development (a.k.a. SaaS -Software as a Service). By focusing on the structured management of cloud architectural components, you will gain experience with the latest design principles, models, and technologies in cloud computing.
The course is available part-time where you will complete your studies in two years or you can study the course on a full-time basis over one academic year.
For the full-time version of this course there is a scholarship for EU students that incorporates a 50% reduction in the course fees. View the brochure (PDF 342 KB) for more information on the scholarship.
You will study in NCI's dedicated Cloud Competency Centre. This dedicated state-of-the-art facility supports comprehensive evaluation, grassroots incubation, and seamless adoption of cloud technologies for didactic, commercial, and research purposes. The centre's purposeful settings foster innovative thinking to fully harness the potential of cloud computing.
NCI have dedicated services in place to support students in their learning and professional endeavours. Just recently The Sunday Times Ireland spoke of NCI in their University Guide. They said: 'National College of Ireland has one of the most consistent and best graduate employment records and this year is no different....Interaction with companies including Microsoft, IMB & Fujitsu have helped to make the NCI Cloud Competency Centre a leader in its field.'
Denis O'Brien with the Head of the Cloud Competency Centre, Horacio Gonzalez Velez
The college is located in the heart of Dublin city centre surrounded by our on-site accommodation, cafes and restaurants and Dublin's shopping district is a 10 minute walk from the college. We are easily accessed by public transport with the city's main train and bus stations a 5 minute walk away and a tram stop at the steps of the college. Dublin airport is just 20 minutes away by car.
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