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Digital linguistics

The Digital Linguistics programme is a Czech Joint Master Degree programme with a compulsory 3rd semester of study at a partner university in Ljubljana or Zagreb. Graduates of the programme will acquire competences in a wide range of applied information technology skills. They will be able to use and build language resources using software tools, adapt existing language technologies and perform text analysis independently. In addition, they will acquire the competence to communicate in at least two languages and be able to work with all types of linguistic data.

Application form
Admissions guide

Czech study programme with lectures in Czech and English
Form Full-time
Duration of study 2 years
Compulsory 3rd semester abroad
at a partner university
Graduate Profile

By studying Digital Linguistics, students will gain a wide range of knowledge, skills and experience that will enable them to pursue careers in areas where linguistic data is emerging in the digital environment. The ideal place for graduates to work is in information technology companies focused on natural language data processing and information extraction from text - for example, Google,, Red Hat or Moravia. Another option is to work in applied and basic research, often in collaboration with experts from other disciplines. Graduates can also set up their own start-up that focuses on the use of digital linguistics in a specific field.

Where to go after this study?

Graduates of the programme can go on to doctoral studies in a suitable field (computer science, philology) at the Faculty of Computer Science or the Faculty of Arts at Masaryk University or other universities.

Graduate employment survey

FI graduates are valued in practice, with an average gross starting salary of more than 45,000 CZK in the last few years, according to a survey of all levels of study.

Study catalogue

In the study catalogue you will find lists of compulsory and optional courses and a recommended course of study.

Study catalogue

The 2023/2024 study catalogue is still in preparation.


The internship is not part of the study program.