The Master of Logic Programme, offered by the Institute for Logic, Language and Computation (ILLC) at the University of Amsterdam, is a two-year international Master's programme providing intensive interdisciplinary research training in the foundations of mathematical and philosophical logic as well as their application in computer science, linguistics, and cognitive science.
Every year, usually around February/March and around October/November, the University of Amsterdam organises a number of information days, where all the Master's programmes offered by the university present themselves. If you live nearby or if you have the chance to be in Amsterdam on such an occasion, this is a good way to find out more about the Master of Logic.
Kees van Berkel
'The obsession for logic among MoL students is very stimulating and causes a lot of (scientific) fun! (...) Furthermore, my experience is that MoL students are always willing to help each other out: e.g. mathematicians tutoring philosophers (like me) in understanding mathematical problems and vice versa.'
The MSc Logic provides intensive interdisciplinary research training in the broad area of Logic, Language and Information. Most of our graduates choose to pursue a research career, typically in academia, and succeed in obtaining attractive PhD positions at universities around the world in a variety of relevant fields (e.g., Logic, Computer Science, Cognitive Science, Linguistics, Philosophy, and Mathematics).