These websites for students are currently under construction. Examination regulations and information on the study program's structure are already published. All further information can be found on the course website:
Introductory events in winter semester
Introduction for new Master students:
Monday, October 14, 2019, 12:30am - 1:45pm, room V 5.01, Pfaffenwaldring 5b, Campus Vaihingen
What job prospects are available to me after graduation?
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.