Master's Degree in Intelligent Systems

Academic year 2024-25

See the pre-registration, admission and registration deadlines for the 2024-25 academic year for this master's programme.
You can also consult this information for the academic year 2023-24.

This master's may be studied:

  • either in one year, within the UIB's offer,
  • or integrated in the two-year EDISS (Master Programme on the Engineering of Data-intensive Intelligent Software Systems), which is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree with EU funding.
Branch of Knowledge Engineering and Architecture
Study programme leadership
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Credits 60


Campus Mallorca
Catalan, Spanish, English (See subjects for more details)
Price Public price per credit, 1st registration 28,45¤
Total cost: 1.761,07 ¤ (*)(**)
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This master's degree provides the student with the opportunity to acquire a solid foundation and advanced knowledge in Intelligent Systems, one of the most requested and most promising fields in information technology. The term Intelligent Systems describes systems and methods that simulate aspects of intelligent behavior so that the systems themselves learn and deduce new knowledge and so increase their power to solve problems. In order to achieve this goal, it is necessary to acquire multidisciplinary knowledge such as engineering, mathematics, computational linguistics or neuroscience.

The master's degree deals with topics such as automatic learning, semantic web, big data analysis, computer vision, sensors, control of robots, data mining and complex networks, among others. The master has two goals. On the one hand, to train highly qualified professionals providing them with the knowledge and values necessary to solve complex problems and on the other hand, to enable the student to face both theoretical and applied research activities in Intelligent Systems. The master's degree has five optional modules that deal with the most interesting lines in Intelligent Systems, enabling the student to choose the profile that best suits its personal goals.


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