CCI Postgraduate Show 2022: MSc Data Science and AI Online Show

January 26, 2022

The 2021 graduates of the Creative Computing Institute's MSc Data Science and AI for the Creative Industries programme invite you to join them for an online showcase of their work. During the 2 hour event you will experience the broad spectrum of work being produced by the graduates, with each of them giving a short presentation on their work allowing you to learn more about their motivations and incredible outcomes.

The show will be streamed on UAL CCI's YouTube Channel on Tuesday 25 January, 6pm - 8pm GMT. After purchasing a ticket you will receive a link to join the event a few hours before the session starts.

We look forward to seeing you on the internet.


About MSc Data Science and AI for the Creative Industries

The post-graduate conversion Master's MSc Data Science and AI for the Creative Industries and offers BA arts and humanities graduates the opportunity to re-orient their studies to an applied STEM discipline in a creative industries context.

Designed in collaboration with the creative industries, the course gives students applied computer science skills, data science training and an introduction to functional approaches to AI across multiple use cases.

Students at UAL Creative Computing Institute study in a specialist, research rich environment. The Institute provides dedicated technical resources, access to an Institute-wide lecture programme, and further opportunities to engage with Institute researchers and practitioners through additional events, seminars and workshops.

By studying at the UAL Creative Computing Institute, students join a network of creative researchers excited by the potential of computational technologies.


UAL’s Creative Computing Institute (CCI) is an innovative research-led teaching hub working at the intersection of computer science and the creative arts. Located at Camberwell College of Arts, the CCI offers innovative new courses, research opportunities and a public platform to explore the collaboration between computer science and creative practice.

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