Computer and Applied Linguistics
Level of education Master
Type of instruction Full-time
Duration 2 years
- Methods of Automated Analysis of Sentence Structure/Modern Issues in Machine Translation
- Statistic Combinatory Methods in Linguistic Research
- Morpho-Syntactic Analysers of Texts
- Logico-Conceptual Base for Linguistic Research
- Information Technology in Linguistic Studies
The educational trajectory ‘Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technology’ includes a set of theoretical and practical courses devoted to studying the current state of: intellectual technologies; computer-aided text analysis methods; computer applications for working with text corpora and databases; machine translation software; and programming languages for subject-oriented tasks.
The educational trajectory ‘Modern Technologies of Linguistic Manipulation’ includes theoretical and practical courses on topical issues in: speech influence; semiotics; cognitive linguistics; sociolinguistics; methods of discourse analysis and the analysis of the language of fiction; stylometry; practical stylistics; and rhetoric.
The educational trajectory ‘Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technology’ is designed to train specialists in automated natural language processing for practical work in the field of computer-aided linguistic technologies.
The educational trajectory ‘Modern Technologies of Linguistic Manipulation’ is designed to train specialists in the field of: modern strategies of linguistic manipulation and speech influence; the theory of discourse; language policy; and pragmalinguistics.
- The University of Helsinki (Finland)
- Charles University (the Czech Republic)
- The University of Tübingen (Germany)
- Automated language processing, machine translation, corpus linguistics, linguistic problems of artificial intelligence
- The theory of discourse, linguistic pragmatics, sociolinguistics
Our graduates are highly skilled specialists in such areas as: automated language processing; machine translation; linguistic problems of artificial intelligence; the theory of speech influence; pragmatics; and sociolinguistics.