Apply for the African Master’s in Machine Intelligence
The African Masters of Machine Intelligence (AMMI) will prepare well rounded Machine Intelligence (MI) researchers by focusing on basic research in MI as well as the development of a vast array of applications that respond to both present and future needs of Africa and the world. AMMI graduates will go on to create and/or join the best industrial and public R&D labs in Africa and beyond therefore strengthening the African MI community and scientific community at large, achieving crucial breakthroughs for the global good.
CLOSING DATE: 15 APRIL, 2020
Required transcripts records: Upload your official transcripts with your application. These include transcripts from every post-secondary institution attended, including summer sessions and extension programs. All academic records that are not originally in English should be issued in their original language and accompanied by English certified translations.
At least three references are required. Be sure to inform your recommenders of the admission deadline. Your recommenders are asked to give their personal impressions of your intellectual ability, your aptitude in research or professional skills, your character, and the quality of your previous work.
The personal statement should tell us about yourself, your academic achievements, aspirations and other important accomplishments. It should also paint a picture of your academic aspirations including post-masters. (500 words max)
You may choose to instead submit a 90 second video. This does not need to be a professionally made video but we recommend that sound and lighting be clear.
Please submit a complete CV starting with most recent experience first.
Note: Prospective students applying for AIMS are welcome to apply for AMMI.
We recommend that you start your application as soon as possible. Some requirements like recommendation letters may take some time to finalize. Our application deadline is on 15 April, 2020.
There is no application fee. Applying for the AMMI program is free of charge.
All students admitted for the AMMI program are automatically granted a full scholarship.
All decisions will be sent by the end of the month of July 2019. If you have not received a response by then, please consider that your application was not accepted.
No, the selection committee, after decision, will assign students to either the campus in Rwanda or Ghana. Selected applications will be notified of this decision via admission letter.
The AMMI program will be taught in English. While proficiency in English is important, English language courses will be available for all admitted students.
If you submitted your application successfully, you should have received a confirmation email. If you have not received this email within 24 hours, and you have checked your spam messages, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes you can apply for the AMMI program without your full transcripts. If you are pre-selected, the AMMI’s Admission Office will request you to provide the full transcripts.