The Centre will extend the University's broad range of educational programmes, covering a range of provision from short one-day courses through to doctoral programmes. It is also investigating how to make stronger links with schools both to educate and learn from the truly digital-native generation. The University already offers a number of postgraduate course which explore topics relevant to cyber security, and the Centre anticipates being able to enhance these and make connections among them:
- The Software Engineering Programme's part-time MSc taught-courses in Software and Systems Security, and in Software Engineering: both designed for those already working security-related professional roles.
- The Saïd Business School's one-year Master of Business Administration (MBA), the 21-month Executive MBA.
- The 1+1 partnership whereby students undertake a one-year MSc in Computer Science, followed by the aforementioned one-year MBA with the Said Business School.
- The Blavatnik School's Master of Public Policy – a one-year full-time course in public policy, for those wishing to acquire the key cross-disciplinary knowledge and professional skills to address the complex public policy challenges of the twenty-first century.
- The Oxford Internet Institute's MSc in Social Science of the Internet – a full-time course that enables students to take Internet-related courses in law, policy and other social sciences