The two-year Master's program Computational Linguistics is a research-oriented program. It is designed to provide more in-depth skills in specialized subjects building on the contents of a B.Sc. in Natural Language Processing or a related field. The program is characterized by an emphasis on team work, laboratory work and research skills.
The M.Sc. Computational Linguistics is ideal for students with a background in Computer Science and Linguistics who want to study in an interdisciplinary, innovative environment.
Students can focus on one of the following areas by choosing specific elective courses:
- Core Computational Linguistics,
- Applied Natural Language Processing,
- Speech Processing,
- Computer Science.
The complete information on the admission process, required knowledge of English, and the criteria for the assessment of professional suitability can be found in the admission regulations.
Sufficient knowledge of the English language
For the winter semester (until July 15) and for the summer semester (until January 15)
With an M.Sc. in Computational Linguistics, students are prepared for advanced academic or industrial research and development in Computational Linguistics and Natural Language Processing, or for working in companies involved with speech and language technologies.
Typical fields of work include speech processing, automatic generation and analysis of texts, machine translation, electronic dictionaries, search technology, (social) media monitoring, or dialogue systems. Students with an M.Sc. in Computational Linguistics from Stuttgart work in renowned organizations not only in Germany, but also all over the world.
Studying abroad: what opportunities does my study program offer?
In the 3rd semester, students can study abroad and use the credit points for their M.Sc. Computation Linguistics. Various partner institutions offer interesting courses in the CL field.
How is the program structured?
The Module Guide describes the modules and the required courses belonging to the module.
- The Module Guide (also called module handbook) is published in the Campus Management System C@MPUS [de] (please click as follows: choose the degree - click on the book behind the study program's name).
Which institutes are involved in this study program?
The courses for this program are mainly offered by the Institute for Natural Language Processing. But also the other institutes from the Computer Science department and the Linguistics institutes offer a great variety of elective courses.