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Course summary

Both the academic and the geographical context make the course unique. The course is distinctive in its breadth, offering modules in core theoretical generative linguistics, conversation and discourse analysis, with special focus on the study of English. You will develop many transferable skills including the ability to construct and manage an argument; working as a team to achieve common goals; the ability to recognise and solve problems; using initiative and working independently; self-management with the ability to carry out personal reflection; time management and organisation skills. The course team has strong links with speech and language therapy and several members are involved in research with clinical applications regarding language and communication disorders and multilingualism. The course develops knowledge in the study of language and can lead to doctoral study in linguistics and careers in publishing and teaching. Many graduates have chosen this course as a stepping stone towards a career in speech and language therapy.

Entry requirements

A successfully completed undergraduate Honours degree with a final classification of 2:2 or higher.

Fees and funding

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