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Language and Communication Technology lies at the basis of innumerable innovations in our society and has provided remarkable new services (e.g. social media) and products (e.g. smart phones and tablets). This communication can be in natural language such as Watson, Siri, and Twitter, or understood through a machine learning lens, as in sentiment analysis (e.g., of brands, or emotions), epidemic monitoring, and botnet detection. But communication is also crucial for personalizing information and making it accessible using other means, such as automatic text summarization, visualizations, and chatbots. Robots are bringing interactions with humans into the physical world, opening channels of nonverbal communication, as well as introducing a host of challenging problems of perception
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1.A completed Bachelor's degree in Artificial Intelligence or a related programme
2.A proficiency in English (Non-native speakers of English* without a Dutch Bachelor's degree or VWO diploma need one of the following):
a.A TOEFL score of ≥575 (paper based) or ≥90 (internet based)
b.An IELTS score of ≥6.5
c.Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) with a mark of C or higher
3.Students with an international Bachelor’s degree will be asked to upload few documents as part of the admission processes.
€2,143 (from EEA countries); €12,645 (from non-EEA countries)
After obtaining my Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Bari, in Italy, I decided to go abroad for a Master’s programme in a field that is fascinating me and which is not being given the due consideration in Italy: Artificial Intelligence.
I started searching for other Italians who decided to go abroad and finally a student in Stockholm gave me advice about going to study in the Netherlands due to their excellent facilities and willingness to give more opportunities to young students. The name of Radboud University popped up in a Google search about “excellent Dutch universities”.
My application was accepted and I attended an interview . Afterwards, I was already in love with this university. The professors were really kind to me and they were helpful and available at any time I desired.
I joined the Orientation Week in which I had the first touch with other cultures and the Dutch one. Of course I was shocked, since the cultures I met were really different from the Italian one that I was used to. I consider this as the first step to grow as a person and to get some challenges: new culture, people, city, language and educational system.
Regarding my studies, what I like the most is the disposability from my professors to give me help at any time and supply me with the most advanced machinery and robots in order to reach the highest level of research in my studies. Nevertheless, there still some details of my studies that are weak points for Radboud. For example, in my studies there are not that many international students, and it can be difficult to make friendship in a group of people that know each other from their Bachelor’s degree, or even high school. So I had to make friends outside of the study context, which is nothing bad, but, in my opinion, it is better to have both friends from studies and friends outside that context.
In my future there are going to be even more challenges, so that is why I would like to get a PhD position in Robotics at Radboud University, or if not possible, in another Dutch university. I am 100% sure that the studies here at Radboud helped me a lot in increasing my knowledge and prepare myself for a job position.
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