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- English (100%)
- 24 months
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- Research University
In the Artificial Intelligence programme you will learn how to advance the study of brain and cognition by adopting typical AI tools, such as computer simulation, brain-computer interfacing and robotic design.
This two-year (120 ECTS) Master of Science (MSc.) programme has a unique character, focusing on connections between artificial intelligence and cognitive neuroscience. Understanding how the brain works and how it supports intelligent cognitive behaviour is essential for effective agent design. In turn, agent design can lead to hypotheses about how intelligent behaviour is realised by humans. In the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Master's programme you will learn how to advance the study of brain and cognition by adopting typical AI tools, such as computer simulation, brain-computer interfacing and robotic design.
The Master's programme is set up in a flexible way: students can choose to specialise in the domain of Cognitive Artificial Intelligence, Brain-Computer Interfacing or a bit of both, depending on their personal and career interests.
Artificial Intelligence Curriculum
The curriculum of the Artificial Intelligence master's programme consists of four parts: a general introductory course, a number of compulsory courses for the specialisation of your choice, a number of courses to be chosen freely and an internship and master thesis. By choosing a specialisation, free choice courses and subjects for the internship and thesis, each student can compose their personal AI master curriculum.
About Radboud University Nijmegen
Radboud University Nijmegen is one of the best performing Dutch universities in the international university rankings. It currently holds 127th place in the Times Higher Education ranking and is ranked 136th in the QS ranking.
Radboud University Nijmegen has seven faculties and enrols over 17,500 students. Its personal style of teaching ensures that there is plenty of opportunity to work closely with instructors and fellow students in small seminars.
One of the main strengths of education and research at Radboud University Nijmegen is the way it forges cooperative links across disciplinary boundaries and the continuous exchange of ideas with others working in related areas.
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