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What will I learn?

What will you learn?

Groundbreaking insights are often found at the crossroads of disciplines. The vibrant and interdisciplinary field of Artificial Intelligence is a good example of this. We study human cognition in order to be able to understand and model artificial intelligence, with the aim of creating smarter computers and robots. In addition to mathematics, computing science and other exact sciences, you will be studying psychology, neuroscience, logic and linguistics. After all, you will first need to know how the human brain works before you can start creating smart computers and robots. Conversely, computer models that mimic these brain processes can be quite useful in understanding the human brain. Artificial is a young dynamic field in which there is much to discover.

Future career opportunities

After you have completed your studies, work is available in a wide range of sectors, including: education, research, healthcare, telecommunications, ICT, investigations (including crime scene investigations), transport or financial services – basically, wherever there is a need for intelligent systems. Therefore, many of our students are hired even before graduating. Examples of jobs:

  • Data Scientist
  • Developer
  • Advisor
  • Innovation Manager
  • Scientific Researcher

Which department am I in?

Faculty of Social Sciences

Study options

Full Time (3 years)

Tuition fees
€15,000.00 (12,25,490) per year
Start date

Expected September 2022

Venue

Radboud University

Houtlaan 4,

NIJMEGEN,

Gelderland,

6525 XZ, Netherlands

Entry requirements

For students from United States

International educational qualifications: If you have a non-Dutch Secondary School degree, your previous education will be assessed by the Admissions Officer of the Faculty of Science to determine whether it is of sufficient level. If the level is sufficient, then you could be directly admissible or additional conditions may apply (such as taking an English or Mathematics test). For accepted English tests, have a look at the language requirements. For Computing Science, you can prove your English language proficiency by obtaining one of the following diplomas: A Dutch VWO diploma; An International Baccalaureate Diploma (diploma programme), A European Baccalaureate Diploma, with English Language 2 or English Language 1, GCE A-Levels, A diploma equivalent to, or higher than the Dutch VWO diploma, with English as the only language of instruction, obtained at an institution in an EU/EEA member state, Australia, Canada (excluding Quebec), Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom or the United States of America. IELTS Academic, overall-score 6.5, sub-scores 6.0, TOEFL iBT, overall-score 90, sub-scores 20, Cambridge English Qualifications: C1 Advanced (CAE) or C2 Proficiency (CPE), scores C.

For international students

If you have completed or will complete a study programme outside of the Netherlands, then your previous education will be assessed on an individual basis to determine whether it is of sufficient level. This will be done both by the Admissions Office and by the faculty. If the level is sufficient, you could be directly admissible or additional conditions may apply (such as taking an English or Mathematics test).

If you don't meet the above mentioned language conditions, you must satisfy one of the following minimum requirements:

a TOEFL iBT total score of ≥80, all four sub-scores ≥20;
an IELTS Academic overall score of ≥6.0, all four sub-scores ≥6.0;
Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE), with a mark of C or higher;

Application Deadline: Non-EU/EEA students & EU/EEA students: 15 January

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