Bachelor of Science in Artificial Intelligence English2021-09-10T10:32:58+02:00

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Bachelor of Science in Artificial Intelligence

Course type: Bachelor's Degree

Course type: Bachelor's Degree

Students holding an high school diploma or equivalent recognized qualifications obtained abroad can access the course.
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Duration: 3 years

Duration: 3 years

The course lasts 3 years and includes 20 exams through which students gain 180 Italian university credits (CFU).

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Language: English

Language: English

International course held entirely in English, requiring at least a B2 proficiency level in English.
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Places available: 180

Places available: 180

– 150 places for EU students
– 30 for non-EU students

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Entrance exam

Entrance exam

To apply you must take one of the following entrance tests:
– English TOLC-I
– TOLC-I
– SAT (for non-EU candidates only)

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Location:
Pavia - Milano

Pavia - Milano

Universities of Pavia, Milano-Statale, and Milano Bicocca. 3 Universities, 1 Degree course.

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FUTURE LEADERS

Become a Professional in the 4.0 world with the firm support of three major universities that can take you to the heart of this century’s technological turning point with specific courses related to developing advanced automation tools and human-machine interaction with ‘intelligent’ behaviour.

AI application is a critical driver of business opportunities in any type of enterprise. A degree in AI allows you to move into consulting, analysis design, management, maintenance and user support in almost any industry. From healthcare companies, at the forefront of adopting machine learning, to the worlds of logistics and transport, and banking and insurance. Tomorrow’s decision makers will rely increasingly on big data analytics experts to make strategic or personalised marketing choices.

AI is increasingly integrated with business processes and automation programmes or resources based on the human-machine relationship. By using integrated intelligence, companies reach greater performance achievements and increase their competitiveness.

More flexible production, higher productivity and the development of new business models today have only been made possible thanks to innovative digital solutions.
That’s why our graduates are prepared to work professionally in embedded processes in a wide variety of manufacturing sectors.
In these sectors, the hunt for professionals is continuously and invariably growing. We’re talking about consumer electronics, automotive and logistics transportation, the energy sector, medical systems, all of which are now the backbone of Industry 4.0.

Some production sectors require ongoing and complex dialogue, such as the medical sector which today offers innovative Medicine-ICT interfaces, wearable exoskeletons, movement aids, neuro-marketing technologies. Fields like these rely on a plurality of professional skills that the AI degree program is best able to train.
An AI degree is set to become increasingly sought after in healthcare, in both the public and private sector, providing hospitals with programs for telemedicine platforms or within ICT industry R&D departments and in research centres geared toward developing advanced solutions for applied neuroscience.

There are no limits for Artificial Intelligence graduates. Astro-computing is a revolutionising research in astronomy and it’s the big data experts who are shooting for the stars these days, even more so than astronauts! Though AI plays an increasingly predominant and essential role in several fields: from nuclear physics to environmental monitoring.
Practical training in physics, mathematics and computer science allows our graduates to design solutions to data processing, classification, optimisation and recognition problems in all sectors; fostering communication between the engineering and managerial components of decision making.
The AI study programme generates professionals that can maximise their skills in numerous contexts: innovative small to medium-sized companies, large industrial players, organisations for managing and monitoring the environment and space, hospitals and research centres including Italy’s IRCCS. An AI degree is set to become increasingly sought after in healthcare, in both the public and private sector, providing hospitals with programming for telemedicine platforms or within ICT industry R&D departments and in research centres geared toward developing advanced solutions for applied neuroscience.

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