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  M.Sc. Artificial Intelligence Engineering (English-taught)


University of Passau    Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics

Full time October, April MSc 4 semesters (2 years)
Computer Science (8) Engineering (12)

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Embark on a transformative journey with the M.Sc. Artificial Intelligence Engineering programme, where cutting-edge technology meets limitless possibilities. Delve into the realms of AI with a curriculum blending mathematics and computer science, equipping you with the expertise to design and implement AI systems across diverse industries. Unravel the complexities of AI through modules covering Algorithm Engineering, Artificial Intelligence Methods, and more. The programme's research-oriented approach ensures a deep understanding of AI's legal, ethical, and social implications, setting you apart in the competitive job market. Benefit from a stellar staff-student ratio, fostering a supportive learning environment. To qualify, hold a first degree in computer science or mathematics, meeting specific credit requirements. Elevate your career prospects with this internationally acclaimed programme, offering a gateway to executive roles in sectors like digital media, finance, and Industry 4.0. Embrace the future of AI engineering and redefine what's possible.

About the course

Artificial intelligence (AI) now permeates all areas of our lives and holds enormous potential for the future. Mathematics and computer science provide the foundations for understanding and developing core AI technologies.

In the Master of Science programme in Artificial Intelligence Engineering (AI Engineering) you will deal with scientific theories, algorithms and methods for designing and developing AI-based systems. You will also acquire the ability to integrate artificial intelligence into existing real-world systems (e.g. media systems, information systems, industrial processes) or to develop these yourself.

In addition, you will study artificial intelligence from the perspective of other academic disciplines, as the widespread use of AI-based systems raises not only technical but also legal, ethical, social and economic questions.

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Entry Requirements

You are eligible for this degree programme if you have an undergraduate university degree in computer science or mathematics with a computer science/mathematics component of at least 120 ECTS, of which 35 must have been earned in mathematics modules, including theoretical computer science, and 40 in computer science modules.
The final grade for your first degree must be 2.7 or better under the German marking system or the relevant equivalent foreign grade, or you must have been among the best 70% of graduates of your year (i.e. your cohort). More details on our website.


Fees

106 euros per semester (student services contribution)

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Where is University of Passau

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Student Profiles

Evren Can

My experience at the university is great, because we have really good, talented and young professors. The students are always willing to interact and learn from each other as well as work together.

Sababa Saad Usmani

I love being a part of this degree and this programme. The best part is we get to interact with people from so many different backgrounds and all of us get to converge at a common point.

Scholarships

With the Deutschlandstipendium scholarship, the University of Passau supports highly gifted and motivated students with a good academic track record, who have shown dedication to social causes. Any current and past volunteering activities as well as the applicants' personal and family-related circumstances carry great significance for the selection process. The scholarship is open to applicants of all nationalities.

The stipend is 300 euros per month. Scholarships are awarded initially for one year, although the funding term is related to the standard duration of study. This scholarship is not means tested: the applicants' or their parents' income is not taken into account. The scholarship is paid on top of the BAföG student grants to scholarship holders who are BAföG recipients. The Deutschlandstipendium scholarship is intended to help students cover the costs associated with their degree studies. These funds are provided as a grant and are thus non-repayable.

At the University of Passau, the scholarships are awarded once a year, at the start of the winter semester. Scholarships are awarded subject to the availability of funds.

Selection criteria

- Your prior scholastic and professional achievements
- Periods of time spent studying or working abroad
- Extracurricular activities and causes for which you have volunteered
- Special achievements, awards and prizes won, particularly if they have academic relevance
- Any hurdles that you had to overcome in your educational background, such as coming from a migrant family
- Whether you are receiving a BAföG student grant

Value of Scholarship(s)

300€ per month

Eligibility

You are eligible to apply if you are enrolled in an undergraduate or master's programme at the University of Passau as a degree-seeking student or if you are currently applying for an undergraduate or master's degree programme here and intend to begin your studies in the upcoming semester.
Any current and past volunteering activities as well as the applicants' personal and family-related circumstances carry great significance for the selection process. The scholarship is open to applicants of all nationalities, but not for exchange students and doctoral students.


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