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Master Programme in Language Technology


MPLT 2015-2017

This is the standard layout of the programme. (There is room for individual choices.)

Autumn 2015 FIRST SEMESTER

Main option:

This is an alternative layout for the first semester (for students who are more advanced in computer science):

Spring 2016 SECOND SEMESTER

Recommended courses for most students:

Autumn 2016 THIRD SEMESTER

15 cr. "compulsory", 15 cr. elective. (Instructions below.)

No need to apply for the 5LN... (LT) courses mentioned here. Direct admission at the start of the courses.

Spring 2017 FOURTH SEMESTER

Concerning elective courses: When deciding on which courses to take you should consider the degree requirements. The master degree must include (read more at UU's page about degrees):

  • Master thesis in language technology, 30 cr.,
  • at least another 30 cr. advanced/second cycle courses in language technology (such courses are marked ALT above),
  • at least another 30 cr. advanced/second cycle courses (which are allowed to belong to other subject fields).
  • and at most 30 cr. courses on the basic/first cycle level.

(Abbreviations: FC: first cycle/basic; ALT: advanced/second cycle courses in language technology; ACS: advanced/second cycle courses in computer science.)

We invite our students to take more than the minimal amount of ALT courses. However, courses from other departments and universities can be included in the degree, and can, of course, represent valuable specialisation.

Apply for elective courses belonging to other departments through antagning.se or universityadmissions.se. Deadlines: October, 15th (spring courses) and April, 15th (autumn courses). When you apply for computer science courses 1DL210, 1DL250, 1DL340 it is important that you make sure you do that from within the programme. (See instruction in file area.) Otherwise, also freestanding courses can be counted in the degree.

Admission to the language technology courses given by the Dept of Linguistics and Philology is done directly and informally for the LT master students.