Three semesters - Full time. 90 ECTS
The emphasis is on practical techniques—and a solid theoretical background—for designing and constructing intelligent systems, enabling graduates from this course to apply their skills in a variety of settings. As a graduate of this program you will have a good overview of the main AI techniques and an in-depth understanding of how to apply these techniques in at least one area within multi-agent systems, reasoning, data analytics and natural language processing. These skills are in high demand in the market. You will also have the skills to carry out AI research in academic and R&D environments and to identify how AI techniques can provide intelligent solutions to IT problems in companies and organizations.
This is a joint master’s degree organized by:
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These courses are not taught every semester. Check FIB website for course availability.
Artificial Intelligence exists in many forms, including video games, robotics, search engines, face and/or voice recognition software, medical and banking applications, etc.
With so many career options available in the field, there is a job waiting for anyone willing to work for it.
The career options available to the well-educated student are many and varied and our program offers this high-level education to motivated graduate students. Clearly, Artificial Intelligence plays an increasingly important role in running the world around us and the possibilities for its use continue to grow.
Any student willing to put in the effort to gain a high level of education will be quickly accepted into this growing industry, in which salaries are high.
The next pre-registration period, to start the Master in September 2017, will be March-July 2017.
The admission period is divided into three periods:
The decision may be that the candidate has been admitted, that the candidate has been rejected or, in the case of the first two periods, that the decision has been postponed until the following period.
The official list of accepted candidates will be published on July 15th
Candidates must provide proof of their English proficiency, with at least a B2 level in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (or equivalent).