If your maths level is not sufficient, you can first join our intensive, one year preparatory Maths as a Second Language (MSL) course before starting the maths intensive degree studies. After successful completion of MSL students are granted an automatic right to enter all maths intensive degrees at Harbour.Space.
The foundational course gives students all the essential mathematical knowledge in programming, geometry, algebra, calculus and algorithms they need to develop their skills in technology.
Applicants who wish to acquire math skills in order to pursue studies in elite technical universities at an undergraduate or graduate levels are invited to apply to MSL.
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Konstantin Mertsalov is European Director of Development at Rational Enterprise, a globally leading software development company specialising in enterprise information management.
Originally from Russia, he moved to New York in 1998 to study Computer Science and Applied Mathematics , and continued his academic career with a Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute PhD on large dynamic social networks. He's an expert on machine learning, information diffusion in social network, semantic web search, unstructured data, big data and data analytics in general. He developed U Rank, a search engine that allows people to organise, edit and annotate search results as well as share information. Konstantin aims to lead the Harbour.Space Data Science programme with unbridled enthusiasm about the relatively new field, and he’s determined to use his industry knowledge to share, teach and create for the future with his students.
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