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Master's Programme in Language Technology, 60/120hec

The Master's Programme in Language Technology is for students who want to make computers use and understand human language.

The programme will give students a hands-on practical training based on well-grounded theory, enabling them to pursue a specialist career in the area of language technology.

A language technology specialist can work as a developer, researcher or project manager in diverse areas such as text analysis, information retrieval, automatic translation, speech technology, user interface design, and game development.

MLT is an international programme with courses taught in English by researchers engaged in developing the language technology applications of the future.

The programme is run jointly by Humanities and Information Technology Faculties at University of Gothenburg, and Computer Science at Chalmers University of Technology. Students will also get access to the Centre for Language Technology, an interdisciplinary centre where ideas and projects become reality.

Admissions open for late applications

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For students from EU/EEA countries and others not in need of a resident permit.

No fees for EU/EAA citizens.

If you have citizenship in a European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA) country, or Switzerland, you are not required to pay application or tuition fees.

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Programme Contents

Learn how the programme is organised.



Information on how to apply and application deadlines.

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Online demos of language technology applications.

MLT social media, Google+ and Facebook

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Join the MLT community group at Facebook and take part of information on the MLT Google+ page.

Page Manager: Robert Adesam|Last update: 5/26/2016

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