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Kunstmatige Intelligentie

Opbouw programma

Vak
Algorithms and Data Structures in C
Artificial Intelligence I
Autonomous Systems
Basic Scientific Skills
Calculus
Cognitive Psychology
General Linguistics
Human Factors
Imperative Programming
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
Introduction to Logic
Linear Algebra and Multivariable Calculus
Vak
Advanced Logic
Architectures of Intelligence
Knowledge and Agent Technology
Language and Speech Technology
Neural Networks
Object-Oriented Programming
Philosophy of Cognitive Science
Practicals in e.g. Autonomous Systems, Knowledge Technology
Practicals in e.g. Language and Speech Technology
Signals and Systems
Statistics
Vak
Artificial Intelligence II
Bachelor Project (10 EC)
Biopsychology
Minor Electives (15 EC)
Neurophysics
Practical, e.g. Cognitive Science

The Groningen science and engineering programmes stand out for their academic excellence. The work pace in the first year is generally high and the courses contents demanding. The first year curriculum concentrates on laying a sound basis for our engineering and natural science disciplines. This allows our students to choose their specialisation tracks already in their second Bachelor's year.

Credits per year: 60 ECTS; most courses are 5 ECTS.

Een studiejaar bestaat uit 60 studiepunten (ECTS). De meeste vakken zijn 5 ECTS.

Een volledig overzicht van alle vakken vind je op: https://www.rug.nl/ocasys/fwn/vak/showpos?opleiding=3680

Studeren in het buitenland

  • Studeren in het buitenland is niet voorzien
  • Maximaal 30 EC

(Bindend) studieadvies

  • Minimaal 45 EC in de eerste 12 maanden (bindend)

You will be issued a study advice at the end of the first year of study. You can expect a positive study advice if you have earned at least 45 ECTS credit points (out of a total of 60 ECTS; most course units are 5 ECTS). If you have earned fewer than 45 ECTS and are issued a negative study advice, you will not be allowed to continue your degree programme.

You will receive a preliminary study advice in December to make sure that you know where you are. Please contact your study advisor as soon as possible if you have any questions about the BSA system.

Aan het einde van je eerste studiejaar krijg je een bindend studieadvies. Je krijgt een positief studieadvies als je minimaal 45 ECTS hebt gehaald in het eerste jaar (op een totaal van 60 ECTS; de meeste vakken zijn 5 ECTS). Bij een negatief studieadvies (minder dan 45 ECTS) mag je helaas niet doorgaan met de opleiding.

Om ervoor te zorgen dat je precies weet waar je staat, krijg je al in december een voorlopig studieadvies. Heb je vragen over het bindend studieadvies of over je studievoortgang, neem dan zo snel mogelijk contact op met je studieadviseur.

Waarom in Groningen?
  • For the 4th time in a row, Artificial Intelligence in Groningen has been designated as the best Artificial Intelligence education in the Netherlands.
  • We have a unique position when it comes to research on cognitive modeling, logic, and handwriting recognition.
  • Artificial Intelligence in Groningen is an international bachelor. When you have graduated, jobs will be available to you all over the world!
  • Our faculty is the home of the 2016 Nobel Prize Winner in Chemistry, Ben Feringa, and the Nobel Prize winner in Physics, Frits Zernike.
  • Kunstmatige Intelligentie (Artificial Intelligence) is een internationale, Engelstalige bachelor.
  • We hebben een unieke positie als het gaat om onderzoek naar cognitief modelleren, logica, en handschriftherkenning.
  • De opleiding is erg breed: je houdt je bezig met cognitiewetenschap en taalkunde, maar ook met machine learning en robots.
  • Beste opleiding Kunstmatige Intelligentie volgens Elsevier.
  • Onze faculteit kent twee Nobelprijswinnaars: de Nobelprijs voor Scheikunde voor Ben Feringa in 2016 en de Nobelprijs voor Natuurkunde voor Frits Zernike.
  • Testimonial van Patricia Dominguez

    The lectures have a good dynamic, the lecturers are very involved and their English helps me improve mine

    Groningen is a great place for international students. I started with a semester here as part of my first studies, Law and Economics, and returned for the bachelor programme Artificial Intelligence. There are plenty of places that define themselves as 'academically oriented', but Groningen really offers an involving university atmosphere.

    There are so many committees, study-related activities, sports clubs, extra-curricular courses and even a welcoming week. Thanks to the ESN (Erasmus Student Network ) there also is a thriving community of international students.

    The Dutch are very open and helpful, but it is essential to have other international students around. Especially when it comes to bureaucratic issues, like enrolling at city hall, signing up for exams or finding a doctor. It helps to talk to people who are going through the same things. I've made sure to be part of several different student bodies and groups, so that I can help guide other students. It's a lot of work, but being a pivot within the university makes me feel like this city really is my home.

    The Netherlands have a very curious, open and accepting society. As soon as you realise that everyone here is away from their home, even the Dutch, it's easy to find common ground and make friends. I live with other Dutch students and was recently invited to go sailing with one of them, and I've even met their parents. I feel lucky to be able to keep in touch with my own family and friends at home so easily thanks to social media and video calls. It has made it a lot less scary to take the leap.

    Although I already knew the city from my initial semester, I was a little hesitant about starting a full-blown bachelor. The university offered me the chance to get my math level up to scratch over the summer so that I would qualify for the programme, which made me a little nervous about whether I'd be able to pass my classes. Fortunately, Artificial Intelligence is right up my street. The lectures have a good dynamic, the lecturers are very involved and their English helps me improve mine. It is a tough subject that takes a certain commitment, but that truly pays off.

    I read a very interesting quote in one of our readers, that has stuck with me ever since: 'Artificial Intelligence is one of the newest fields in science and engineering. (…) A student in physics might reasonably feel that all the good ideas have been taken by Galileo, Newton, Einstein and the rest. AI, on the other hand, still has openings for several full-time Einsteins and Edisons

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    – Patricia Dominguez
  • Opleidingsvideo

    It's the whole package..

    Have you always dreamed of doing a Bachelor's degree in Artificial Intelligence at a top-100 University?

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    – Opleidingsvideo
  • Testimonial van Trudy Buwalda

    How humans learn new tasks

    After doing her master's project in the USA, Trudy wanted to continue to work on the edge of knowledge. She ended up back in Groningen for a PhD project about the transfer of cognitive skills. She builds computer models which show how humans learn new tasks and tests them by comparing them to, for example, test scores or brain activity. Using her models we can learn more about how your brain uses what you already know to learn something new.

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    – Trudy Buwalda
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