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LINGUIST List 24.679

Wed Feb 06 2013

FYI: New MA Programme and Scholarship Opportunity, VU University Amsterdam

Editor for this issue: Brent Miller <brentlinguistlist.org>

Date: 05-Feb-2013
From: T Krennmayr <t.krennmayrvu.nl>
Subject: New MA Programme and Scholarship Opportunity, VU University Amsterdam
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New MA Programme ‘Metaphor in Discourse’

VU University Amsterdam (Netherlands) offers a new program in ‘Metaphor in Discourse’ within the Master ‘Communication and Information Studies’. ‘Metaphor in Discourse’ focuses on metaphor in all kinds of real usage documents and events, including literature, science, health communication, political discourse, newspaper articles, advertisements, business discourse, conversations, chat, web pages and so on. The programme is meant for students who are interested in the role of language in discourse and communication.

Application deadline for study program:

(non-)EU students with an international degree: 1 April

EU students with an international degree who do not need housing services through the university: 1 June

Scholarship opportunity:

Highly motivated international students are encouraged to apply for the competitive VU Fellowship Programme www.vuamsterdam.com/vufellowship

Both EEA and non-EEA students are eligible to apply.

Application deadline for scholarship: 1 March

For more information, please visit http://www.metaphorlab.vu.nl/en/education-training/MAprogram/index.asp


Tina Krennmayr

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

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