3 August, Canberra—The ANU School of Cybernetics has commenced its recruitment for the Master of Applied Cybernetics 2023 Cohort. Applications close on 9 September, 12 pm.
Launched in 2019, the Master of Applied Cybernetics program is the world’s first graduate program focusing on the challenges of ensuring new technological systems are safe, sustainable and responsible.
The program is a full-time immersive experience on campus at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia from February to November each year.
The program’s previous cohorts have been a great mix of students from diverse backgrounds. Some are lawyers, policymakers, start-up founders, activists, journalists and artists, who have gone on to senior leadership roles in digital, data and AI in federal and state governments, digital non-profits and industry, as well as on to PhDs with top Australian Universities.
Entry to the program is by competitive application only, and the number of students is strictly limited to under 20. Scholarships are available to students accepted into the program.
Applicants do not need to have a computer or engineering background.
Applications from candidates who do not have undergraduate degrees or have pursued non-traditional academic pathways but have met the professional experience levels of assumed knowledge are also welcome.