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LINGUIST List 19.2004

Mon Jun 23 2008

FYI: Post-Graduation Programs in Linguistics

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Message 1: Post-Graduation Programs in Linguistics
Date: 21-Jun-2008
From: Ana Maria Brito <anamariabritonetcabo.pt>
Subject: Post-Graduation Programs in Linguistics
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Post-graduation programs in Linguistics in the Faculty of Arts of the
University of Porto (FLUP)

PhD Course in Linguistics 2008-2009
MA Course in Linguistics 2008-2009

A reminder to all interested parties:

Applications are now being accepted for the MA Course and the PhD Courses
in Linguistics. The deadline is September the 12th 2008.

The MA Course is a two years program, with the second year dedicated to the
elaboration of a dissertation. The first year includes the teaching of
Psycholinguistics, Syntax, Semantics, Phonology, Text / Discourse
Linguistics. A licence (180 ECTS) in Language, Literature, Culture or
equivalent is required.

The PhD course is a three years program; only the first one is a normal
course year, including the teaching of Psycholinguistics, Syntax,
Semantics, Phonology. A MA course (120 ECTS) in Linguistics or equivalent
is required.

For further information please see the webpage of Faculty of Arts of the
University of Porto:
http://sigarra.up.pt/flup_uk/unidades_geral.visualizar?p_unidade=93

Maria da Graça Lisboa Castro Pinto (Psycholinguistics)
Ana Maria Brito (Syntax)
Fátima Oliveira (Semantics)
João Veloso (Phonology)
Fátima Silva (Text/Discourse Linguistics)

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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