The Master's Programme in Linguistic Diversity and Digital Humanities (LingDig) is an interdisciplinary programme that combines five fields of study that interact on all levels: cognitive science, digital humanities, general linguistics, language technology, and phonetics.
During your studies, you get an understanding of the nature and diversity of human language and the theoretical and digital tools for working with language and speech. You may also focus on digital methods in other fields within humanities or on human cognition and artificial intelligence. Take a look at what our students say!
Your journey will begin with an introductory course common to all students that brings together the perspectives of all five study tracks, and along the way, taking courses from different tracks is made easy. Your teachers are leading scientists in their field, dividing their time between research and teaching. Courses are heavily integrated with current research topics in your field.
The integration of these five disciplines into one programme is unique - no similar programme exists anywhere else.