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Make sense of thought and reality through language

Are you looking for excellent expertise in linguistics, coupled with a challenging specialisation in newly developing research fields that are fundamentally relevant to today’s society? The Linguistics track trains you as a professional linguistic researcher, specialised in either Human Language Technology or Forensic Linguistics.

Human Language Technology 

Human Language Technology is a rapidly evolving research field that holds an unique position between linguistics and computer science. A firm background in language technology and the ability to process large data sets are valuable tools in linguistic research. Through our intensive programme, you’ll become a true professional in human language technology. 

The track is offered by the Computational Linguistics and Text Mining Lab, an internationally acclaimed research group in computational linguistics.  

Forensic Linguistics 

Forensic Linguistics is a rapidly evolving field, which entails the application of linguistic analysis to legal issues and criminal investigations. The programme includes a mix of lectures, seminars, and hands-on practical work, where you'll have the opportunity to work on real-life case materials, analyzing written and spoken language. 

You'll do research with real-life implications, from solving linguistic puzzles as encountered in criminal investigations to improving professional communication and protecting those who may be at a linguistic disadvantage. 

Linguistics is one of the tracks of the (Research) Master Humanities’ programme.

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