AI Education

TU/e aims to offer two AI Master's programs as of September 2020 and is currently outlining both programs.

TU/e aims to offer two Artificial Intelligence Master’s programs as of September 2020. One Master’s program, offered by the department of Mathematics and Computer Science,  will have a theoretic focus and a Master's track, offered by Electrical Engineering, will be applied AI. Both programs will involve courses from various other departments such as Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences, Applied Physics and Mechanical Engineering.

There will be no application possible until the programs have been accredited which is expected in the spring of 2020 at the earliest. Course information will become available as soon as possible but is not expected before January 2020. If you would like to keep up to date on the progress please mail to You will then receive notifications when there is an update. You can also keep an eye on this page as new information will appear here as well.


ECTS points: 120

Master program

Duration: 2 years

Language: English

Degree: Master of Science (MSc)