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  Artificial Intelligence

Online Johannes-Kepler University Linz    Computer Science

Full time October MSc 2 years
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Unleash your potential with the Master's Degree in Artificial Intelligence at JKU. Dive into the future of technology with a two-year full-time programme, earning 120 ECTS points entirely in English. Delve into the realm of Deep Learning, the driving force behind AI breakthroughs. Choose from four elective tracks, including Robotics, Autonomous Systems, Embedded Intelligence, Signal Processing, Reasoning, Knowledge Representation, and Life Sciences. Develop expertise in modern AI methods like Deep Learning and Reinforcement Learning, preparing you for a career at tech giants like Google and Amazon. Gain insights into the social and legal impacts of AI, setting you apart in this cutting-edge field. Entry requirements vary based on your academic background, ensuring a tailored learning experience. Join us at JKU and become a pioneer in shaping the future of Artificial Intelligence.

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Master's Degree in Artificial Intelligence

The JKU Master in Artificial Intelligence is a two-years full-time program with 120 ECTS points and all courses taught in English.

Inspired by how the human brain works, machines can learn, analyze and make decisions. As an inventor, you can improve existing machine learning methods and find new Artificial Intelligence (AI) methods, thereby helping to shape our future.

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Entry Requirements

- B2 level of proficiency in English
- With Bachelor's degree in Artificial Intelligence: no further admission constraints
- With undergraduate degree in Informatics, Bioinformatics, Technical Mathematics, Technical Physics, Electronic and Information Technology, Mechatronics, NaSci-Tec, Statistics and Data Science, or Business Informatics (or comparable degree program): 9 ECTS credits in Machine Learning and Statistics during the Master's program
- With other Bachelor's degree: can be admitted with requirement of up to 20 additional ECTS credits during the Master's Program


363.36 euro for EU/EEA citizens (can be waived), 726.72 euro for non EU/EEA citizens; details here: Please see the university website for further information on fees for this course.

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