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LINGUIST List 18.163

Wed Jan 17 2007

Support: German; Russian & Applied Ling: MA / MSc Student, U of Waterloo

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        1.    mat schulze, German, Standard; Russian & Applied Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, University of Waterloo, Canada

Message 1: German, Standard; Russian & Applied Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, University of Waterloo, Canada
Date: 15-Jan-2007
From: mat schulze <mschulzeuwaterloo.ca>
Subject: German, Standard; Russian & Applied Linguistics: MA / MSc Student, University of Waterloo, Canada

Institution/Organization: University of Waterloo
Department: Germanic and Slavic Studies
Level: MA / MSc
Specialty Areas: Applied Linguistics
Required Language(s): German, Standard (deu)
Russian (rus)


The Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies at the University of Waterloo
invites applications for admission to the PhD in German, MA in German and the MA
in Russian for the fall semester 2007. Excellent funding packages consisting of
scholarships and teaching/research assistantships are available for highly
qualified applicants for all three programs. Application deadline for admission
in the fall term is 1 February 2007.

Our MA and PhD programs in German are unique in Canada, with a dual focus on
literary/cultural studies and applied linguistics. We are strongly committed to
interdisciplinary approaches, both within our own department and with other
departments at the university. The Russian MA program is designed to ensure
meaningful participation in the learning process with a balanced approach to
teaching and research. In addition to coursework, we emphasize supervised
teaching opportunities for graduate students. You will also be exposed to
various research techniques and will gain a firm footing in several aspects of
the discipline. You will work closely with individual faculty members as your
mentor, TA or RA supervisor and, of course, as your MA or PhD project
supervisor. In your courses and projects, you are open to pursue specific
interests in different areas of applied linguistics, as well as literature and
film studies. Our graduate programs are designed to prepare you for a wide range
of employment opportunities within and outside academe.

Further information can be found at
http://germanicandslavic.uwaterloo.ca/graduate and
http://www.graduate.uwaterloo.ca or contact the graduate officer Mat Schulze

Web Address for Applications: http://www.grad.uwaterloo.ca

Applications are due by: 01-Feb-2007

Contact Information:
Mat Schulze
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