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Wed Nov 23 2005

FYI: EMCL: Visiting Scholars; Student Applications

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        1.    Philip Rausch, EMCL Master's: Call for Visiting Scholar Applications
        2.    Philip Rausch, EMCL Master's: Call for Student Applications


Message 1: EMCL Master's: Call for Visiting Scholar Applications
Date: 23-Nov-2005
From: Philip Rausch <rauschling.uni-potsdam.de>
Subject: EMCL Master's: Call for Visiting Scholar Applications


The Erasmus Mundus EMCL ('European Masters in Clinical Linguistics') course
is a 15 months full-time interdisciplinary and transnational university
programme at Masters level providing integrated training in theoretical and
experimental neurosciences and psycholinguistics with clinical issues. The
aim of the Masters Course is to train highly qualified advanced students
who are excellently prepared for research work and PhD-programmes in the
above fields.

The transnational consortium comprises four universities: Groningen (NL),
Joensuu (FI), Milano-Bicocca (IT) and Potsdam (DE). The programme consists
of three terms: the core courses offered in the first term aim at providing
the students with general knowledge about the fields mentioned above.
During the second and third term, the students attend specialised courses.
For the second term, students may choose to move from their first host
university to another one, while all students meet at the University of
Potsdam during the third term. To finish the programme successfully, the
student writes a Masters thesis and attends a summer school or conference
organised for the consortium students. All courses are taught in English.

The programme recruits students as well as visiting scholars worldwide. In
order to encourage application by visiting scholars from all over the world
and thus give the EMCL-programme a strong global profile, visiting scholars
accepted to the programme will receive a scholar mobility grant (? 4.000
per month). Prerequisites for application as visiting scholar to the EMCL
programme are an active and excellent research record in any of the fields
mentioned above and an excellent command of English, since all classes are
taught in English.

Visiting scholars will join the programme for three months during the third
(i.e. summer) term at the University of Potsdam. They are expected to
actively participate in the programme, present their own work in research
seminars and provide support and advice for the participating students and
their research for the final theses.

We invite highly qualified scholars from all over the world to submit their
applications until January 1, 2006 (application deadline for the 2006/07
programme, which starts in September 2006). Admission of visiting scholars
is decided on at the annual meeting of the Board of Studies. Admitted
visiting scholars will join the EMCL-course during summer term 2007. For
more detailed information on the programme itself and on how to apply,
please visit our website at:

www.emcl-mundus.com

For further information, applicants may also contact PD Dr. Frank Burchert
(burchertling.uni-potsdam.de) or Philip Rausch (rauschling.uni-potsdam.de).


Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Neurolinguistics
Psycholinguistics
Message 2: EMCL Master's: Call for Student Applications
Date: 23-Nov-2005
From: Philip Rausch <rauschling.uni-potsdam.de>
Subject: EMCL Master's: Call for Student Applications


The Erasmus Mundus EMCL ('European Masters in Clinical Linguistics') course
is a 15 months full-time interdisciplinary and transnational university
programme at Masters level providing integrated training in theoretical and
experimental neurosciences and psycholinguistics with clinical issues. The
aim of the Masters Course is to train highly qualified advanced students
who are excellently prepared for research work and PhD-programmes in the
above fields.

The transnational consortium comprises four universities: Groningen (NL),
Joensuu (FI), Milano-Bicocca (IT) and Potsdam (DE). The programme consists
of three terms: the core courses offered in the first term aim at providing
the students with general knowledge about the fields mentioned above.
During the second and third term, the students attend specialised courses.
For the second term, students may choose to move from their first host
university to another one, while all students meet at the University of
Potsdam during the third term. To finish the programme successfully, the
student writes a Masters thesis and attends a summer school or conference
organized for the consortium students. All courses are taught in English.

The programme recruits students worldwide. In order to encourage
application by students from non-European countries and thus give the
EMCL-programme a strong extra-European profile, non-European students
admitted to the programme will receive an Erasmus Mundus scholarship
covering tuition fees, living and travelling costs. European students
receive a scholarship from the consortium. The requirement for admission is
at least three years of higher education (BA, BSc or equivalent) with an
emphasis on speech and language pathology, linguistics, biomedical
sciences, psychology or special education.

We invite high profile students from all over the world to submit their
applications for participation in the 2006/07 course (which starts in
September 2006) until January 1, 2006 (application deadline). Admission and
mobility plan for each student are decided on at the annual meeting of the
Board of Studies at the end of January. Students will be informed in summer
if their application was successful. For more detailed information on
Erasmus Mundus, the EMCL programme's aims, curriculum, admission criteria,
scholarships, organisation, contact information etc., please visit our
website at:

www.emcl-mundus.com

For further information, non-European applicants may also contact PD Dr.
Frank Burchert (burchertling.uni-potsdam.de) or Philip Rausch
(rauschling.uni-potsdam.de). European students send their requests about
the programme to Dr. Roel Jonkers (r.jonkerslet.rug.nl).


Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Neurolinguistics
Psycholinguistics


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