Start or advance your career in tech

Start or advance your career in tech

Across all industries, employers are seeing the value technology skills can have on their organisations. Skills in data science, cyber security, and artificial intelligence and machine learning are in high demand to improve business outcomes.

It is predicted that employers will need 122,100 more workers with postgraduate degrees in the technology workforce by 2026*.

Is this your chance to put your career on the fast-track? Do you want to up-skill before you take the next step? Looking to pivot your career, learn new skills and find a new path?

Whatever it may be, let us help you get there.

  • Start small with a graduate certificate and gain credit towards a graduate diploma or masters

  • Create a study load that suits you and be recognised for your work experience

  • Gain experience and form networks with a community linked to Australia’s world-leading tech precinct, Lot 14 and our Australian Institute for Machine Learning.

  • Put your career first with commonwealth-supported places available for domestic students.

  • Ranked #48 in the world for computer science and engineering
    Academic Ranking of World Universities, 2021

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The degree flexibility enables me to fulfill my responsibility as a mother and take part in community activities.

Mythri - Master of Data Science, The University of Adelaide, Australia

Mythri Ramadas Kadaba

Master of Data Science

The degree teaches the latest trends with the academics aiming to build industry-ready graduates.

The subjects and assignments have developed the skills I need in my job as a junior Machine Learning developer.

Chirag - Master of Data Science, The University of Adelaide, Australia

Chirag Mahendra Thakkar

Master of Data Science

*ACS Australia’s Digital Pulse, Future directions for Australia’s Technology workforce, Deloitte Access Economics, 2021