Robotics master program at Örebro University

International Master's in Robotics and Intelligent Systems

120 ECTS points, 2 years, Örebro University, AASS Research Center, SWEDEN

Örebro University offers an exciting two-year Master’s program for students seeking to gain high-profile competence in Robotics and Intelligent Systems. The program provides solid practical and theoretical knowledge in intelligent systems with a particular emphasis on robotic systems. Its vision is to create a new generation of highly competitive research leaders, ready to engage in successful careers in modernized industry, service organizations or academia.

Applications open for Fall semester 2012

Non-Swedish applicants must apply at
deadline: Jan 16th, 2012

Swedish applicants must apply at
deadline: April 15th, 2012

Cognitive Robotics, Perception and Contro

The program profiles itself in the fusion between cognition, control and perception. The first year is dedicated to in-depth courses covering fundamental  topics, such as artificial intelligence, mobile robots, sensing, control and machine learning. The second year focuses on practical work and integration, and culminates with a Master’s thesis.

A Dual Focus on Research and Industry

All teaching in the program is provided by researchers in the Center for Applied Autonomous Sensor Systems (AASS, AASS is a renown research center in robotics and intelligent systems with many international connections. Teaching and supervision within the program are intimately connected to research: courses are at a sufficiently advanced level to be driven by current research topics, and project work that is assigned in the second year provides students with the unique opportunity to participate in cutting edge research programs.
Moreover, many of these research projects involve important industrial partners (e.g., ABB, Volvo, Atlas-Copco, Danaher Motion, Stora Enso and Linde). Through these partnerships, the program can offer interested students competitive industry-oriented projects and Msc theses in the second year.


The unique mix of research- and industry-driven focus of the program has resulted in an excellent track record. Our graduates consistently earn prestigious positions both in research and industry.


Tuition for students from EU/EEA/Switzerland is FREE OF CHARGE Tuition for non-EU/EEA/Switzerland students: 196800 SEK (total fee for two years) Scholarships available for non-EU/EEA students, see

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All courses are taught in English.  For more information on the program and entry requirements, visit