Master Programs

MSc programs allow students to gain knowledge of specialized areas, while offering a much deeper insight into the theoretical aspects of the subject. Students are required to accumulate 120 credits in order to earn a Master's degree. In addition to compulsory subjects, students can choose from a wide selection of elective courses, enabling MSc students to follow a study track based on their interests.

Computer Science Engineering MSc

We put particular emphasis on sensory computing, hardware related issues, array-processing and preconfigurable architectures.

Info- Bionics Engineering MSc

We offer courses for example in: functional neurobiology, neural interfaces and prostheses.

Medical Biotechnology MSc

Do you want to work in basic research, or in the field of pharmaceutics, medical/molecular diagnostics or biotechnology?

Image Processing and Computer Vision

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Image Processing and Computer Vision
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