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Mon Mar 24 2008

Support: Comp Ling: MA / MSc Student, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

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        1.    Enrico Franconi, Computational Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano

Message 1: Computational Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Date: 24-Mar-2008
From: Enrico Franconi <franconiinf.unibz.it>
Subject: Computational Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
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Institution/Organization: Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
Department: Faculty of Computer Science
Web Address: http://www.computational-logic.eu

Level: MA / MSc

Job Rank: MA / MSc

Specialty Areas: Computational Linguistics


European Master in Computational Logic
Scholarships for European students

The Faculty of Computer Science at the Free University of Bozen- Bolzano (FUB),
in Italy (at the heart of the Dolomites mountains in South-Tyrol), is offering
the European Masters Program in Computational Logic as part of its Master of
Science in Computer Science offer (Laurea Specialistica). The European Masters
Program in Computational Logic is an international distributed Master of Science
course, in cooperation with the computer science departments in the following

- Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
- Technische Universitaet Dresden, Germany
- Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal
- Technische Universitaet Wien, Austria
- Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain

This program, completely in English, involves studying one year at the Free
University of Bozen-Bolzano, and completing the second year with a stay in one
of the partner universities. After this, the student will obtain, together with
the European degree, two Master of Science degrees: the Laurea Specialistica
degree from the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, with legal-value in Italy, and
the respective Master of Science degree from the visited university, with legal
value in its country.

Application Deadlines:

- 31, May 2008: deadline for European and non- European students
(notification of acceptance: 15 June 2008)
- 22, August 2008: last deadline only for European students starting at
The Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy (notification of
acceptance: 5 September 2008)

Scholarships & Monetary Support:

European citizens can apply to scholarships which are granted purely on the
basis of the yearly income of the applicant and of her/his parents or
husband/wife. Scholarships may amount up to more than 6,000 EUR per academic
year, plus support on the accommodation and total reimbursement of the
enrollment fees. These scholarships are also available to non-European citizens
with residence in Italy. European students will also get a LLP Socrates Erasmus
scholarship for the second year of study abroad, which is 330 EUR per month.

Every year 10 students with European citizenship can visit Australia (Canberra,
Sidney, Melbourne or Brisbane) up to 3 months to work on a research project,
sponsored by the European Master. The study period in Australia is part of the study
programme and it is fully recognised by the European Master's Program in
Computational Logic. The guaranteed scholarship is of 3,100 EUR and it covers
the travel and living expenses in Australia.

The KRDB Research Centre offers the annual 'IBM & KRDB' awards for the best
thesis on a Computational Logic related topic, which is generously sponsored by
the IBM Center for Advanced Studies; each winner will receive 500 EUR from
IBM. In addition to that, the Italian site in Rome of the IBM Center for
Advanced Studies supports scholarships of up to 2,400 EUR to work on a
research project or on the thesis at their labs in Rome.

Check the web page for detailed info on other available scholarships.

Applications Deadline: 31-May-2008

Web Address for Applications: http://www.computational-logic.eu

Contact Information:
        Enrico Franconi

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