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Full time September MA Full-time: 1 year
Languages, Literature & Culture (21) Linguistics & Classics (23)

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The MA in Linguistics & Applied Linguistics is a dynamic programme that offers a solid foundation in current research, methods, and theories in the field of linguistics. With a flexible learning environment, students have the opportunity to explore a wide range of language-based phenomena, from language technology to translation and language learning. The programme encourages critical thinking, interdisciplinary approaches, and independent research. Entry requirements include a BA or equivalent, with a minimum 2H1 grade, and references from academic referees. Non-native English speakers must provide proof of English language proficiency. Choose from a variety of modules and gain valuable skills for a career in language-related fields.

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Graduate Taught (level 9 nfq, credits 90)

Course Overview

The MA in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics gives students a solid grounding in current research, approaches, methods and theories in core areas of linguistics and encourages their effective application to a wide range of language-based phenomena in areas such as language technology, translation, language learning and teaching, the psychology of language, language planning and development, and to Law.

The MA in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics does not focus on any specific language, but explores phenomena across a range of languages.

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Entry Requirements

- Applicants must have a BA or equivalent, having normally reached a 2H1 or better. Applications with a 2H2 average are considered on a case-by-case basis.

- All students must normally supply references from two academic referees who are able to provide details about the applicant’s academic abilities and motivations. Work references are accepted on a case-by-case basis.

- Students whose first language is not English and who did not complete their prior education through English (or Irish) must take an IELTS test to provide proof of their English language skills.

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