Erasmus Mundus Master in Language
and Communication Technologies (LCT)



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Language & communication technologies

General Programme Design

Aimed at:

Applicants must have a Bachelor degree or equivalent in the area of (Computational) Linguistics, Language Technology, Cognitive Sciences, Computer Science, Mathematics, Artificial Intelligence, or other relevant disciplines, subject to the consent of and the approval by the consortium's admission committee.


Two academic years.

Student mobility tracks:

The program involves studying one year each at two of the European partner universities.

Language of instruction:


Scholarship Scheme:

The EM LCT Master has successfully passed the highly competitive selection of the EU. Out of hundreds of study programs, LCT has once again been considered one of the best European Master programs and the EU will grant Erasmus Mundus scholarships for another 5 year period.

Under the Erasmus Mundus Brand Name program, the LCT program also accepts applications from students who have their own funding.

Summary of Study Programme:

The course consists of Optional Modules and Advanced Modules in Language Technology and Computer Science, complemented by an Intership and a Masters thesis, for a total of 120 ECTS credits.

General Information:

Academic Manager:
Alicia PĂ©rez
Faculty of Engineering in Bilbao
Rafael Moreno 'Pitxitxi', 2. 48013, Bilbao
+34 94 601 7432,

Oihana Imaz
Faculty of Informatics
P. Manuel de Lardizabal 2, 20018 Donostia
943 018564, oihana.imaz[at]]

Practical Information

Visitor's Handbook:

Our Visitor´s Handbook will help you plan your stay at the University of the Basque Country. Here you will find information about our university structure, mobility tutors and our courses catalogue, as well as useful details for a smooth adjustment to our community.

International relations:

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