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LINGUIST List 22.1107

Sun Mar 06 2011

Support: General Ling: Open Student, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

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        1.     Jennifer Smith , General Linguistics: Open Student, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

Message 1: General Linguistics: Open Student, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Date: 06-Mar-2011
From: Jennifer Smith <jennifer.smithglasgow.ac.uk>
Subject: General Linguistics: Open Student, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
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Institution/Organization: University of Glasgow
Department: English Language
Web Address: http://www.gla.ac.uk/departments/englishlanguage/

Level: Open

Duties: Research

Specialty Areas: General Linguistics


Description:

Economic and Social Research Council studentships
As part of the new ESRC Scottish Doctoral Training Centre, English Language
at the University of Glasgow is pleased to announce the availability of MLitt
(1+3) and PhD (+3) studentships funded by the Economic & Social Research
Council (ESRC). Funding will be available from September 2011.
Eligibility
Applicants must be students from the UK or EU countries and satisfy the
eligibility criteria of the ESRC.

Pathways
At least two ESRC doctoral studentships are available in the language-based
Pathways of the ESRC Scottish Doctoral Training Centre:

- Language Sciences
- Social and Applied Investigations in Language (SAIL)

These Pathways are available at the Universities of Aberdeen, Edinburgh,
Glasgow and St Andrews.

The Pathways at Glasgow include research in:
Sociolinguistics
Phonetics
Speech Perception
Sociophonetics
Socio-onomastics
Language Variation and Change

Application Process
Students should make an application to study at the University of Glasgow
through the online application system. To register an interest in the ESRC
funding opportunity or ask any questions, please email the English Language
Postgraduate Convener (Jennifer.smithglasgow.ac.uk). The deadline for
applications is 8 April 2011.

Applications Deadline: 08-Apr-2011

Mailing Address for Applications:
        Attn: Dr Jennifer Smith
        English Language
        University of Glasgow
        Glasgow G1 5PY
        United Kingdom

Contact Information:
        Dr Jennifer Smith
        jennifer.smithglasgow.ac.uk


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