[Elsnet-list] International Master in Human Language Technology and Interfaces

Master HLTI masterhlti at dit.unitn.it
Tue Apr 20 19:31:20 CEST 2010


Dear Prospective Student,

 

This email is to inform you that the application for the the International
Master in Human Language Technology and Interfaces at the University of
Trento, Italy, IS NOW OPEN.

 

The master constitutes an excellent opportunity to learn technologies and
work with companies, thereby building up your academic strengths and
research relationships with professors in Trento, while giving you the
opportunity to work with companies and concrete projects, and hence with
great employment opportunities, so that at the end of the program you can
either apply for PhD or enter the job market.

The living environment is also very attractive as Trento is a charming city
close to beautiful mountains and lakes and only 2 hrs away from the sea.

 

The master is jointly organized by the University of Trento and FBK-IRST
with the cooperation of many industrial partners:

http://old.disi.unitn.it/disi/edu/hlti/industry.xml?lang=en

 

If you are interested in the program or would like to know more about it
please follow the link:

http://disi.unitn.it/edu/hlti/home.xml

 

Please do pass the information along to your friends and colleagues that may
be interested in the program.

 

Best Regards

 

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

 

International Master in Human Language Technology and Interfaces

 

November 2010 - September 2011

Trento, Italy

 

To apply for admission to the Master in Human Language Technology and
Interfaces, please complete the Application Form online:

http://disi.unitn.it/edu/appform/login.xml

 

Application Deadline:

            May 03, 2010 for Non-EU students 

            May 31, 2010 for EU students

 

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