Double degree programme with the ESTIA School of Engineering - France
Information for students enrolled at the University of Siena.
The Department of Information Engineering and Mathematics is involved in a cooperation programme with the ESTIA School of Engineering (France). This allow students in the Master’s Degree programme in Artificial Intelligence and Automation Engineering to earn a double degree.
Students who successfully complete the programme will be awarded both the Master in Artificial Intelligence and Automation Engineering of the University of Siena and the Master Big Data and Artificial Intelligence of the ESTIA School of Engineering.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS - ACADEMIC YEAR 2021/2022
Please be advised that, due to evolving pandemic conditions in different countries and geographical areas, international mobility programmes may be suspended or undergo significant changes in terms of implementation (in presence or remotely) or timing, in accordance with any restrictions in destination countries. Students’ mobility abroad will be subject to final approval by the Host Institution.
The selection procedure is open to those enrolled in their first year of the Master of Science in Artificial Intelligence and Automation Engineering at the University of Siena with a weighted average of 28/30 or higher.
Candidates must have level B2 certified knowledge of of the English language.
The programme provides 5 available places. To obtain the double degree students will be required to spend at least one semester of the second year of their Master’s programme at the ESTIA School of Engineering.
Students participating in the double degree programme must have obtained all first-year university credits (CFU) as provided for in their respective study plans before the beginning of their study abroad period
We recommend to read carefully the notice of selection for all the requirements.
Applications, drafted using the form available on the website and accompanied by a copy of the applicant’s identity document, must be emailed to email@example.com as a single PDF file exclusively from his/her personal university email account @unisi.it (documents sent from other accounts will be refused).
Applications must be received no later than 11.59pm on Monday, 15 March 2021.
The study plan and the Programme Coordinators are available on the course website: