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Swedish National Graduate School of Language Technology

The Swedish National Graduate School of Language Technology (GSLT) was one of sixteen national graduate schools established by the Swedish government in 2001. It closed in 2012. At that point it was a collaboration between the following centres:

  • University of Gothenburg,
  • University College of Borås,
  • Chalmers University of Technology,
  • KTH (Royal Institute of Technology),
  • Linköping University,
  • Lund University,
  • Stockholm University, and
  • Uppsala University.

Supervision was also available from

  • SICS (Swedish Institute of Computer Science).

Between 2001 and 2010 University of Skövde and Linnaeus University (Växjö University) were also part of GSLT.

To learn more about the school’s aims and activities, read the Programme Statement and its Self-evaluation for review for the Swedish Higher Education Agency

61 graduate students have received their PhD degree through the school.

More Information

For more information regarding the graduate school please contact professor Robin Cooper.

Page Manager: Monica Havström|Last update: 5/2/2018

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