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  • Master in Computer Science

    This master programme is a two-year programme which builds on a three-year bachelor degree in Computer Science or equivalent. The objective is to provide you with advanced expertise in Computer Science with a focus on security, computer networks and wireless mesh networks. Less
  • Horticultural Science - Master's Programme

  • Master Programme in International Tax Law and EU Tax Law

    The Master Programme in International Tax Law and EU Tax Law is a full-time, one-year programme at an advanced level. The general objective is to provide a deep understanding of major issues of international and EU tax law. The programme is given in English and opens for careers in law and accounting firms, tax authorities, ministries of finance, multinational companies, and courts. International tax law refers to the different sources of law, whether domestic or supranational, that regulate the taxation of cross-border activities. International tax law is a very interesting, yet complex area, as international tax rules aim at achieving a delicate balance between the development of cross-border activities and the prevention of tax avoidance. This area is also subject, for the Member States of the European Union, to the law of the EU, which implies an increased complexity but also a better protection for taxpayers. Teaching is focused on seminars where students discuss cases previously prepared in small groups of three to five students. There are also lectures and visits to the Swedish Tax Agency, law firms and/or accountancy firms. The program Less
  • Master Programme in Language Technology

    The Master Programme in Language Technology is intended for those of you who are interested in making computers perform useful and interesting tasks involving human language. You are eligible for the programme if you have a background in linguistics, language studies, and/or computer science. The aim of the programme is to prepare you for a career in the commercial language technology field, as well as for a future in the academic world, for instance, as a PhD student. The Master Programme in Language Technology will give you professionally relevant training in the design, development, and assessment of language technology software products and services. Applications involving language technology are more or less defining of our contemporary way of life. They include document search and filtering, business intelligence, automatic translation, writers' aids, and user profiling. The core of language technology involves methods for automatically analysing texts with a sensitivity for their linguistic structure and content. The challenges you will find in this field lie in the richness, unpredictability, and creativity of human communication, not least in the new mo Less
  • Master's Programme in Language and Linguistics, Japanese

    Programme overveiwLund University offers you a unique opportunity to pursue advanced studies in languages and linguistics at Master’s level. The Centre for Languages and Literature offers students access to the most modern resources for research and education. You will meet and study together with students from 15 different fields of specialisation. The languages of instruction are English and the language corresponding to the field of your specialisation. As a Master’s student, you will have the possibility of receiving funding for a stay abroad to conduct research on your Master’s thesis through grants available from the Birgit Rausing Language Programme.Specialisation in JapaneseThe specialisation in Japanese is aimed at those with a desire to pursue deeper studies in Japanese linguistics. In their second term students will follow two courses focusing partly on the reading and translation of texts on Japanese theoretical linguistics, and partly on classical Japanese. This module, together with the courses in general linguistics offered within the Master’s Programme, provides the student with a solid theoretical foundation. Students may also write their master’s thesis on a topic related to Japanese linguistics. The Japanese linguistics option will appeal to those who need a practical as well as a theoretical knowledge of the Japanese language for their current or future career.Career prospectsWith a Master´s degree in Language and Linguistics, you are attractive for employers looking for a highly qualified individual with specialised knowledge in communication and language. An international MA in Language and Linguistics also provides you with the academic background you need in order to apply for doctoral studies in languages and linguistics.

    More information can be found at http://www.sol.lu.se/en/education/programme/haspv/

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  • Master's Programme in Robotics and Control

    he Master's programme in Robotics and Control is interdisciplinary with courses that cover important aspects of modern robotics, such as autonomous systems, field robotics, artificial intelligence, computer vision, mobile robots, embedded systems, modeling and control systems. Lectures, lab work, projects, and assignments are closely connected to ongoing research at the University. Less
  • Joint Master's Programme in Health Informatics

    The Master's Programme in Health Informatics is aimed at students who are interested in information technology and its application to the fields of medicine and health care. You will learn methods to make healthcare safer, more efficient and of higher quality through computer based information and knowledge management. Students may have their initial training in either the health sciences or computer science. The programme is given by Karolinska Institutet jointly with Stockholm University, and students receive a joint degree from both universities. IT implementation in healthcare requires people with a solid understanding of both the needs of the healthcare sector and the strengths and limitations of technology. A health informatician's unique interdisciplinary expertise makes him/her particularly suited to assume a coordinating and bridging role between these two areas. Many health informaticians work as project managers. Other common roles are CMIO (Chief Medical Information Officer) or CCIO (Chief Clinical Information Officer), IT managers, clinical informaticians, application experts, requirements analysts, system specialists, system Less