Master's Programme in ICT Innovation - EIT Digital Master School
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The Master’s Programme in ICT Innovation (EIT Digital Master School) is a European double degree programme for students who want to learn about both the technical and business aspects of information and communications technology. The programme syllabus binds together solid technical courses in computer science and software engineering with business development skills. Backed by EIT Digital, one of the knowledge and innovation communities of European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), the programme offers study opportunities at top universities in nine European countries. The two-year Master's programme is completed by studying at two of these universities, both eventually awarding a Master's degree to their graduates. At Aalto University, The Master’s Programme in ICT Innovation is jointly organized by the School of Science and the School of Electrical Engineering. The programme is coordinated by the School of Science.
Aalto University offers four majors within the programme in academic:
- Autonomous Systems (AUS)
- Cloud and Network Infrastructures (CNI)
- Data Science (DSC)
- Human Computer Interaction and Design (HCID)
All majors include the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Minor.
For more information on the programme and applying, please see the Master School website.
Bachelor students from Aalto University or from other universities in Finland: if you are interested in this programme, please see the application pages below or contact the local planning officer directly.
EIT Digital is supported by the EIT, a body of the European Union.
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Cloud and Network Infrastructures - ICT Innovation (EIT Digital Master School), Master of Science (Technology)
When our networks became overwhelmed with connected devices and streaming services, cloud computing saved the day. Now, the so-called ‘cloudification’ of networks is set to unleash a new era of smart connectivity – enabling everything from Industry 4.0 applications to autonomous vehicles, augmented reality, and urban infrastructure.
Human-Computer Interaction and Design - ICT Innovation (EIT Digital Master School), Master of Science (Technology)
The Human-Computer Interaction and Design (HCID) master’s programme is an interdisciplinary programme where our User-Centred Design approach places the users at the centre of the design process. By combining human aspects to technological and business aspects, we create new products and services with great usability and user experience.
Data Science - ICT Innovation (EIT Digital Master School), Master of Science (Technology)
The Data Science Master’s offers a unique two-year academic programme, where students study data science, innovation and entrepreneurship at two different leading European universities.
Autonomous Systems - ICT Innovation (EIT Digital Master School), Master of Science (Technology)
From self-driving cars to robotic assistants, the Internet of Things, and AI-based software solutions – the future is autonomous. However, as an emerging technology, autonomous systems hold both opportunities and risks. The key to navigating this potential minefield is to not only understand the technology itself but, more importantly, be able to confidently evaluate autonomous processes and maximise the trade-off between business impact and resources spent.