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LINGUIST List 18.3520

Mon Nov 26 2007

Support: English & Varied Linguistic Research: MA / MSc Student, Laval U

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        1.    Darlene LaCharité, English & Various Areas of Linguistic Research: MA / MSc Student, Laval University, Canada


Message 1: English & Various Areas of Linguistic Research: MA / MSc Student, Laval University, Canada
Date: 25-Nov-2007
From: Darlene LaCharité <darlene.lacharitelli.ulaval.ca>
Subject: English & Various Areas of Linguistic Research: MA / MSc Student, Laval University, Canada
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Institution/Organization: Laval University
Department: Langues, linguistique et traduction
Web Address: http://www.fl.ulaval.ca/lli/

Level: MA / MSc

Duties: Research,Teaching,Project Work

Job Rank: MA / MSc

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics; Phonology

Required Language(s): English (eng)

Description:

Laval University has several funded graduate assistantships for research and
teaching in the English Studies and the English as a Second Language Teaching
programs, beginning fall 2008. Interested students at the Master's and PhD
levels are invited to apply. Some assistantships involve hands-on research in
areas as diverse as second language acquisition, creole morphology, and
lexicography. Students have the opportunity to work with well-known researchers
in their respective areas.

Laval University is a French-speaking university in a French-speaking city.
Some courses are given exclusively in French. Students who do not speak French
are required to follow courses designed to help them integrate into the working
and social environment of the University. However, students working on topics
pertaining to English may write their theses in English. Teaching assistantships
and some research assistantships require native or near native fluency in English.

In addition to financial assistance available in the form of research and
teaching assistantships, students from Quebec enjoy a very beneficial fee
structure compared to other North American Universities. Fees for
out-of-province and out-of-country students, though higher than for Quebec
residents, are also attractive.

For general information about our graduate programs and submitting an
application, consult the website of the Département de langues, linguistique et
traduction (listed above). For more specific inquiries, you may contact the
Director of graduate studies in linguistics, Mme Denise Deshaies.

Applications Deadline: 15-Mar-2008

Mailing Address for Applications:
        Attn: Dr. Denise Dehaies
        Department of languages, linguistics and translation
        Laval University
        Quebec City, Quebec Quebec G1K 7P4
        Canada

Contact Information:
        Dr. Denise Deshaies
        denise.deshaieslli.ulaval.ca
        Phone:418-656-2131
        Fax:418-656-2622




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