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The degree programme is based on the new European university system, which stems from the Bologna Declaration, and is composed of a three-year foundation degree (Bachelor, or BSc), followed by a two-year graduate study programme leading to a Master of Science in Informatics. Course assessments are quantified in credit points (ECTS) recognised everywhere in Europe.

The Bachelor programme is characterized by an interdisciplinary approach and project-based learning. Interdisciplinary is assured by integrating basic informatics courses with courses in different application fields, such as computational sciences, economics, and communication sciences.

The faculty currently offers one general and five specialized Master's programmes in Informatics, each of which will provide graduates with highly specialist skills in key sectors, such as software design, artificial intelligence, embedded systems design, distributed systems and computational science.

The foundation course introduces students to the theory and practice of informatics.Here they acquire the necessary notions and background knowledge likely to inspire their subsequent choice of specialisation. The curriculum is structured around five areas of learning essential for a truly interdisciplinary education:

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