Because of the difference in current European systems for higher education, the European Masters is implemented through a certification procedure. It does not replace any legal degree a student may obtain from his/her university. The European Masters is defined by contents only. A student who completes courses that together cover these contents will be awarded a certificate by ISCA and EACL, signed by their presidents.
The contents covered by the European Masters can be part of an existing Masters or undergraduate studies. Many models are conceivable, depending on national laws. By separating the European Certificate from any legal degrees students may obtain, a truly European (or international) quality stamp can be realised. The flexibility of the scheme may interest a wide range of students with a background in Linguistics, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science and others to chose for a specialisation of their studies in the area of language and speech.
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