Computer Science & IT

MSc in Software Development with Industry Placement

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CITY College, University of York Europe Campus
e-learning, Thessaloniki
October 2024
24 months
Part Time


Eligible candidates should hold:
• A Bachelor’s degree in any field
• IELTS (Academic) 6.5 or TOEFL internet based 87 or above or any other recognized certificate proving advanced knowledge of English (Level C2 / “proficiency”) or any equivalent qualification



The MSc in Software Development programme is a postgraduate programme aimed at students who are graduates of any discipline and may come from a wide variety of academic backgrounds other than Computer Science studies. The programme provides students with a wide understanding of Computer Science and of core computing skills and prepares graduates for rewarding and challenging careers in the computing industry and technology related fields.
Industry Placement: Additionally, the programme offers the unique opportunity to start working as a software developer in a software development company and thus enhance your CV, build up your skills, and gain valuable insights from the IT industry and professional experience while studying. The industry placement is an invaluable component within the programme available for all students. The Computer Science Department will assist students to find a placement among our industrial partners.

The programme is open to graduates of all disciplines.

Delivery mode: Online/Synchronous. Classes take place during weekends.


Graduates of the MSc in Software Development with Industry Placement may be employed as software developers, web developers, mobile application developers, software engineers, technology consultants and software project managers.

The title Master of Science in Software Development with Industry Placement is awarded directly by the University of York.

For information regarding student fees please contact the Institute.
Interested? Fill in the contact form and an advisor from the Institute will get in touch with you shortly.