Keywords:
Artificial Intelligence
Edu type:
Formal education
Location:
Nijmegen
Education:
Bachelor (EQF 6)
Start date:
01/09/2021
Study Load:
5040 hrs
Duration:
3 years
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Description:

Are you interested in both human cognition and computing science? Would you like to unravel human intelligence and recreate it in smart computers and systems? Does rational and logical reasoning interest you? Then our Bachelor’s programme in Artificial Intelligence is the perfect fit for you!

 

 

Why study Artificial Intelligence?

  • Understanding and simulating the brain occupies a special place in the Artificial Intelligence programme at Radboud University.
  • You can personalise your programme by means of elective courses (including courses from other faculties or universities).
  • We have a close collaboration with several world-renowned research institutes, which are located on our campus, e.g. the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition & Behaviour, and the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics.
  • You can complete part of your programme studying abroad, e.g. in Australia, Canada, China, Japan, the U.S. or all across Europe.

 

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