This is a 3 year bachelor program at Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
Are you interested both in people and computers? Are you able to think accurately and logically? Do you like to get your teeth into difficult assignments? Then look here to see if you meet the requirements for the Bachelor's programme in Artificial Intelligence.
At Radboud University in Nijmegen, you follow science subjects like mathematics and computer science, but also psychology, neurology, logic, linguistics and philosophy. With this knowledge, you develop computer models of the human cognition as well as intelligent computer programs that are able to execute tasks autonomously.
In the first year, you become acquainted with the main subjects giving you an idea about the programme and the field of study. You develop a study attitude wherein taking initiative, logical thinking and creativity occupy the centre stage. If you doubt your choice, at Radboud University it is easy to change to a related programme. As many fields come together in the Bachelor's programme in Artificial Intelligence, you can easily switch to the Bachelor's programme in Psychology with very few or no delay at all. The student advisor can help you making the right choice.
Location: Nijmegen, Holland
Duration: 3 years
Main subjects: At Radboud University in Nijmegen, you follow science subjects like mathematics and computer science, but also psychology, neurology, logic, linguistics and philosophy
Career prospects: You could find yourself working in any of a wide range of sectors, including education, healthcare, telecommunications, ICT, (crime scene) investigations, transport or financial services – in short, wherever there is a need for intelligent systems.
- Academic transcript in English and native language
- Motivation Letter
- Studielink.nl registration (UNIFY will make this one for you)
- Copy of ID
- TOEFL with minimum 80 score, IELTS with minimum 6, CAE with minimum C grade or CPE with minimum C grade
* In case your diploma allows for admission, you could either be directly admissible or additional conditions may apply (such as an interview or a mathematical test)
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