The master’s specialization in Artificial Intelligence offers future-oriented topics in computer science. With a focus on machine learning, optimization algorithms, and decision support techniques.
Artificial intelligence techniques are capable of making incredibly accurate predictions based on data they themselves have gathered. In other words, computers can learn without intervention once they have been pre-programmed by humans.
In this specialization, we explore the borders of what a revolutionary new generation of Artificial Intelligent algorithms can achieve. The specialization also deals with applications of these algorithms to sieve out knowledge from data. That is hard to extract for humans and to search for the best combination of a variety of factors in some production processes.
If you have a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Artificial Intelligence or a Computer Science-related program from a foreign research university with a level similar to Dutch universities, you are eligible to apply under the condition that you have accumulated at least 90 EC (or the equivalent thereof) in courses/projects in the domain of Computer Science.
IELTS: 6.5 (Overall) with a minimum of 6.0 for each of the components
Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English: 180
- Valid passport or ID card (Copy)
- A copy of a Dutch residence permit (if applicable)
- CV (Resume)
- Language Proficiency
- Copies of diplomas and transcripts
Starting in February:
- You must apply before 15 October, If you need a visa or residence permit.
- You must apply before 1 December, If you do not need a visa or residence permit.
Starting in September:
- You must apply before 1 April, If you need a visa or residence permit.
- You must apply before 15 June, If you do not need a visa or residence permit.
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The two-year Artificial Intelligence program (120 EC) includes mandatory core courses and electives, as well as a Master’s Thesis Research Project.
The curriculum of the Artificial Intelligence specialization consists of:
Core program (36 EC)
Specialization courses and seminars (42 EC)
Master’s Thesis Research Project (42 EC)
Non-EU/EEA students €18,016 per year
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