MA (Res) Applied Linguisitcs

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  • Objectives
    The ideal research training for doctoral studies The MA (Res) in Applied Linguistics is specifically designed to offer training to those wishing to embark on doctoral research in Applied Linguistics.
  • Academic title
    MA (Res) Applied Linguisitcs
  • Course description
    The MA (Res) in Applied Linguistics provides students with a background
    in applied linguistics, especially the areas with which they will be
    concerned in their doctoral research. It also offers all students
    extensive training in research methods in the social sciences generally
    as well as in applied linguistics. It provides a wide range of
    transferable skills relevant to language research, communication skills
    and project management. The degree involves a mandatory research
    training module, worth 30 credits, 2 option modules of 30 credits each,
    as well as a 20,000 word dissertation module, which is worth 90 credits.

    Once a UK or EU student has taken the MA (Res), she or he is eligible to
    apply for an ESRC or AHRC studentship. The University of Reading also
    offers studentships to those intending to apply to the ESRC, AHRC or ORS

    Students typically have higher qualifications (a BA at a good Upper
    Second or First Class level or equivalent, or a Masters) in a language-
    or linguistics-related area, such as English language, psychology or
    linguistics. Most students intend to go on to do research.

    The MA (Res) in Applied Linguistics does not presuppose strong subject-specific knowledge, but aims to help students achieve this by the end of the programme.

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