Erasmus Mundus
European Net of Excellence on Computational Logic
European Net of Excellence
on Computational Logic
the Assoc. of Logic, Language and Information
European Assoc. of Logic,
Language and Information
Portuguese Assoc. for Artificial Intelligence
Portuguese Assoc. for
Artificial Intelligence
IBM Center for Advanced Studies
IBM Center for
Advanced Studies
European  Committee for Artificial Intelligence
European Committee
for Artificial Intelligence
Italian Assoc. for Artificial Intelligence
Italian Assoc. for
Artificial Intelligence
Italian Assoc. for Informatics
AICA: Italian Assoc.
for Informatics
Italian Assoc. for Logic and its Applications
AILA: Italian Assoc. for
Logic and its Applications

EMCL: European Masters Program in
Computational Logic


How to apply / Scholarships & money support

The European Masters Program in Computational Logic at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano is organised as part of its Master of in Science Computer Science offer (Laurea Magistrale). The Master comprises 120 ECTS credits and lasts two years (including thesis). Each year's course is divided into two semesters. The courses start in October of each academic year. Continuation of studies towards the PhD doctoral degree is possible.

Prerequisites

The following prerequisites must be fulfilled by students applying for the Masters programme:

The precise prerequisites and more details on the evaluation are available on the EMCL Booklet in the Study requirements and Evaluation sections.

Application

If you fulfil the prerequisites, you may apply for the European Master's Program in Computational Logic by following the detailed instructions specified in the official Application and Admission web page of the EMCL.

Deadline

Application period will start on 1 November. Please consider the different deadlines. Applications for EMCL with Erasmus Mundus scholarship (1) are possible until 31 January and for EMCL without scholarship program (2) are possible until 31 May. Applications must be sent using the online system, available on the EMCL website.

Please consider the deadlines for applications for scholarships and grants offered by the different institutions.

Scholarships & money support

The centralised nominal tuition/enrolment fees for the European Master in Computational Logic are 1,000€ for European citizens, and 3,000€ for non-European citizens, to be paid in two instalments after the beginning of the courses.

We offer many scholarships together with tuition/enrolment fee waivers -- see below. In order to have more information about scholarships and money support contact the FUB EMCL Information Desk.

Accommodation and Canteen

Accommodation in Student Houses is available on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost is 180€ per month for a shared room (payable in 4 installments), and 240€ per month for a single room (payable in 4 installments). The new Student Houses have a common kitchen. A complete meal - lunch or dinner - at the University Canteen costs to students from 2.07 to 3.10€.

Students' support

Students will be fully supported by the International Relations Office. Its staff will give important information, will help with the enrolment procedure, applying for a residence permit and accommodation. The office is supported by some student helpers who act as tutors for students and show them around the university. FUB accommodates exchange students in the facilities for University students, managed by the Autonomous Province of South Tyrol; each year FUB reserves a number of rooms only for exchange students. The Language Centre provides language courses for students enrolled at the University, and for those on international exchange programmes, and it runs an advisory service for autonomous language learning, which takes place in its fully-equipped, flexibly run language laboratory. There are two different student associations: "Kikero" organises social events, student parties, trips and other activities; S.C.U.B "Sports Club University Bolzano" organises sports activities, particularly alpine sports like free-climbing, trekking, skiing. In addition we are planning to organise a yearly meeting of all students of the European Masters programme in Computational Logics at one of the partner institutions, where students can report on their experience, where we learn about best practice examples, where selected students can present the results of their project or master thesis, selected scholars and staff members present their latest research result, students are introduced to the local culture and students tell us about their culture. This event shall also serve to support the launch and the continued support of an alumni organisation.