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Information for first semester students (WS 2020/21)

Language and Information

The Institute for Language and Information is divided into five linguistic areas, each corresponding to a sub-area of ​​linguistics, and the area of ​​information science.

So ein bisschen Bildung ziert den ganzen Menschen. Translate:  A bit of education adorns the whole person.

Heinrich Heine

At the Institute of Language and Information, integrative courses in which several subjects contribute to a joint course of study, and supplementary subjects can be studied. Bachelor of arts, master of arts and the doctorate are offered.


  • Bachelor of Arts Information Science and Language Technology  (expired 30.09.2020)
  • Bachelor of Arts Information Science as a supplementary subject (expired 30.09.2020)
  • Master of Arts Information Science and Language Technology (expiring 30.09.2022)

Bachelor Linguistics
(integrative and complementary subject)

Univ.-Prof. Dr.  Dr. Peter Indefrey

Master Linguistics
Apl.-Prof. Dr. Ruben van de Vijver

Bachelor Computational Linguistics
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Laura Kallmeyer

Bachelor Information Science 
(integrative and complementary subject)

Aylin Imeri (Ilhan), B.A,  B.A., M.A

Master Information Science and Language Technology
Aylin Imeri (Ilhan), B.A., B.A., M..A.

Linguistics und Computational Linguistics
Tim Marton, Olga Böse & Janine Willems

Information Science
Christine Meschede, B.Sc., B.A., M.A., 

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