M.Sc. On Campus

Human Language Technology

Technological University Dublin

12 months
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The Human Language Technology programme from Technological University Dublin   is a vital subfield of Artificial Intelligence and is concerned with one of our most pervasive commodities: human language (both spoken and written) and its interaction with computers and Information Technology.


 Human Language Technology is situated on the intersection between computer science and linguistics. This rapidly evolving interdisciplinary field enables us to model, process and analyse human language from a computational perspective, providing machines with the ability to deal with the underlying complexity of human language and human communication.


Graduates of this new specialist Human Language Technology programme from Technological University Dublin will have an exciting range of career opportunities available to them including:

  • Artificial Intelligence Engineer
  • Machine Learning Engineer
  • Computational Linguist
  • Language Engineer
  • Data Scientist
  • Researcher/Research Scientist

Programme Structure

Courses included:

  • Natural Language Processing
  • XML Ontologies for Corpus Building
  • Programming for Natural Language Processing
  • Data Structures & Algorithms for NLP
  • Digital Corpus Linguistics
  • Interactive Speech Processing

Key information


  • Full-time
    • 12 months

Start dates & application deadlines




On Campus

Academic requirements

GPA admission requirements GPA
Lower Second Class

Other requirements

General requirements

  • Up to Date Passport
  • Grading Scale
  • Degree / Date of Completion (Both Original Language & Translated)
  • Transcripts for each year of study (Both Original Language & Translated)
  • Proof of English Proficiency / Date of Exam
  • Up to Date Resume
  • Statement of Purpose (Some helpful tips for writing a personal statement/SOP to support your application for this course are listed below) 
  • We suggest you include some or all of the following points:
  • Your statement should be approximately 500 words
  • Your reasons for choosing the course
  • What interests you about your chosen subject
  • Any job, work experience, placement or voluntary work you have done, particularly if it is relevant to your subject. You may want to include the skills and experience you have gained from these activities
  • What evidence you have to show that you can complete a higher education course that is taught in English.
  • Please say if some of your studies have been assessed in English.

Tuition Fee


  • TBC


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