Image Processing and Computer Vision (IPCV)
This international Master program covers a wide range of methods used in image processing and computer vision.
- Academic cooperation: Pazmany Peter Catholic University (Budapest, Hungary), Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain), University of Bordeaux (France).
- Admission requirements:
- Hold a Bachelor degree or equivalent in engineering science, mathematics, computer science or signal processing before the start of the program.
- Average grade of at least “Good” according to local criteria for the courses completed before the mobility period.
- Adequate knowledge of written and spoken English, equivalent to B2 according to the CEFR B2 or IELTS score of 6.5 or TOEFL of 90. Native English speakers do not have to submit English test results.
- Program duration: 2 years (120 ECTS).
- Language requirements: English (equivalent to B2 according to the CEFR).
- Tuition fees:
- Self-funded program country students: 4,500 € per year (9,000€ for the 2 year-program)
- Self-funded partner country students: 9,000€ per year (18,000€ for the 2 year-program)
- Level: Fully recognized triple Master Degree, completed by three diploma supplements.
- Pazmany Peter Catholic University (PPCU): MSc degree in Engineering Information Technology; specialization in IPCV.
- Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM): Master degree in ICT Research and Innovation (i2-ICT).
- University of Bordeaux (UBx): Master degree in "Informatique" (Computer Science); specialization in IPCV.
- A diploma supplement is additionally delivered by each university.
The International Master Program in Image Processing and Computer Vision, managed by the University of Bordeaux, provides specialized training in a field of increasing importance in our daily lives. It is essential in domains such as medicine, surveillance, industrial control, remote sensing, e-commerce and automation. The program covers a wide range of methods in computer vision, guaranteeing highly-qualified graduates in this field.
Three partner universities, with internationally recognized experience in these domains, have pooled their complementary expertise and developed this international postgraduate cooperation initiative.
All students follow a common mobility scheme and curriculum. Each semester is awarded 30 ECTS. Students may choose two specialization tracks:
- Track 1: Vision and applications
- Track 2: Vision and devices
> For more details, please consult the dedicated website.
How to apply?
The next academic year starts in August 2018 and the deadline for applications is the 31st January 2018.
Please send your curriculum vitæ, grades, cover and recommendation letters:
> Via this link
The IPCV program is an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree developed under the Key Action 1 of the Erasmus+ program.