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11 ene. 2007

Becas de Maestria en Linguistica Computacional

De: RMCP.

Mensaje enviado por thorne_camilo, Fue copia y pega:

Requisitos:

Bachicherato en informatica o linguistica
Conocimiento del ingles (lengua oficial)

Detalles:

2 anos
Beca de 1,500€ mensuales.

Cito el mensaje:

"Hi,

could you please distribute this ads. in your country.

We have pretty good scholarships: 42.000 EURO for the 2 year MSc for
non-EU students. (around 20 scholarships) .

Deadline is approaching! Possible slight extensions if necessary, tell
to contact me, in case.

thanks

Raffa

Begin forwarded message:

> From: Valia Kordoni <kordoni@CoLi. Uni-SB.DE>
> Date: January 9, 2007 3:55:25 PM CET
> To: hpsg-l@lists. stanford. edu
> Subject: European Masters Program in Language and Communication
> Technologies (LCT)
>
> *** EUROPEAN MASTERS PROGRAM IN LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION
> TECHNOLOGIES ***
> http://www.lct- master.org/
>
> The Erasmus Mundus European Masters Program in Language and
> Communication Technologies (LCT) is designed to meet the demands of
> industry and research in this rapidly growing area. It offers
> education and training opportunities for the next generation of
> leaders in research and innovation. It provides students with profound
> knowledge and insight into the various disciplines that contribute to
> language and communication technologies and strengthens their ability
> to work scientifically. Moreover, students can acquire practical
> knowledge through their choice of modules in Language
> Technology, Computational and Theoretical Linguistics, and Computer
> Science.
>
> The program requires students to study a year at two different partner
> universities. On successfully completing the program, the student
> will obtain two Masters of Science/Arts degrees, one from each of the
> institutions attended.
>
> Duration: 2 years
>
> Language of instruction: English
>
> Summary of Study Program: The course consists of Compulsory Modules
> and Advanced Modules in Language Technology and Computer Science,
> complemented by a Project, and a Masters thesis, for a total of 120
> ECTS credits.
>
> The program is distributed among the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano
> (FUB), Italy, the University of Malta (UoM), Malta, the University of
> Nancy (Nancy 2), France, the Charles University in Prague, Czech
> Republic, Saarland University (UdS; Coordinator) , Germany, and the
> University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Participating in the LCT
> Program (but not in the EM scholarships scheme) are the University of
> Amsterdam, The Netherlands, the Copenhagen Business School, Denmark,
> the University Henri Poincaré (Nancy 1), France, Roskilde University,
> Denmark, and Utrecht University, The Netherlands.
>
> What makes this Program unique?
>
> Erasmus Mundus Recognition
>
> Its inclusion in the Erasmus Mundus Program is recognition of the high
> quality of Masters level instruction the program provides. Few
> Masters degrees receive this recognition, and this program is the only
> Erasmus Mundus Masters Program in the area of LCT.
>
> Internationalisatio n
>
> Students study in an international environment with colleagues and
> teachers from all over the world. Moreover, all students
> study at two different partner institutions of the consortium, and
> hence in two different European countries.
>
> Interdisciplinary Study Program
>
> Students gain a background in Language Technology (LT),
> Computational Linguistics (CL), and Computer Science (CS), and are
> offered several specialisation paths based on their choice and
> background. The study program consists of:
>
> * Compulsory courses on the foundations of Language Technology (LT),
> Computational Linguistics (CL), and Computer Science (CS).
>
> * Advanced courses on cutting edge topics in Language Technology,
> Computational Linguistics, Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence
> and Cognitive Science, which will improve research skills.
>
> * Internships within the most renowned European industries: these
> offer the students valuable hands-on experience and prepare them for
> entering the market.
>
> Among others, the topics are:
> * Semantic web,
> * Digital libraries,
> * Computational semantics
> * Question answering,
> * Internet technologies,
> * Discourse and dialog,
> * Natural language generation,
> * Machine translation,
> * Information retrieval,
> * Speech recognition and synthesis,
> * Multilingual human language processing,
> * Cross-lingual information access,
> * Multimodal human computer interaction
> * Psycholinguistics
> * Cognitive modelling.
>
> Job opportunities
>
> Graduates of this European Masters Program will bring to businesses
> and industry the expertise needed to improve the nexus between humans
> and machines. They will know how to develop applications in
> translation, voice recognition, automated e-mail response, search
> engines and other pioneering language and communication technologies.
>
> Scholarships
>
> Erasmus Mundus Scholarships: In 2007 the European Masters Program in
> LCT will offer several Erasmus Mundus scholarships for non-European
> citizens. Each scholarship for each student amounts to 21,000 EUR per
> academic year. The ranked list of non-EU students eligible for the EM
> Scholarship will be submitted by the consortium to the EU Commission by
> February 28, 2007.
>
> The consortium has a tuition-waiver budget for reimbursing the total
> tuition/enrollment fees to the students with the highest marks and who
> do not already have a scholarship.
>
> Other scholarship possibilities may be offered locally by the
> partner universities.
>
> If you are interested in the program, the information below is relevant
> to you.
>
> Check the consortium website for further details.
>
> Deadlines
> Students must pre-register with the program by the:
>
> ***15th of January 2007***:
>
> Full applications must reach us by the:
>
> ***22nd of January 2007***:
>
> EU students and non-EU students with residence in Europe are encouraged
> to apply by the 15th of January 2007. Applicants in this category
> should
> also check the website, where possible extensions to the application
> deadline will be posted.
>
> Prerequisites
>
> * a three-year Bachelor's Degree or a comparable university-equivale nt
> qualification in Computer Science, Computational Linguistics,
> Language Technology, Cognitive Sciences, Computer Science,
> Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence, or other relevant disciplines.
>
> Bachelor's students with good grades so far who will graduate after the
> pre-enrollment deadline are also encouraged to apply for this program.
>
> * a language certificate in English. Since the medium of instruction in
> the Masters Program is English, students whose first language is
> not English must demonstrate competence in English. We recognise many
> different tests. In the most commonly available, the following
> minimum scores are suggested:
>
> * TOEFL: 250 (computer-based test) or 575 (paper-based test)
>
> * IELTS: Level 6.5
>
> * Cambridge Proficiency Exam (pass)
>
> --
>
> PD Dr. Valia Kordoni,
> Computational Linguistics- Saarland University,
> P.O. Box 15 11 50, 66041 Saarbruecken, Germany and
> LT-Lab DFKI GmbH
> Tel: +49 681 302 4682
> Fax: +49 681 302 4700
> E-mail: kordoni@coli. uni-sb.de
> http://www.coli. uni-saarland. de/~kordoni/
> http://www.lct- master.org/
>
>
>
>
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Erasmus Mundus European Masters Programs in
Computational Logic http://www.computat ional-logic. eu
Language and Communication Technologies http://www.inf. unibz.it/ mcs/lct/
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