Linguistics (also known as formal studies of human language) deals with issues related to the nature of language such as phonetics, morphology, phonology, syntax, pragmatics, semantics and linguistics of history. Linguistics look into multiple issues of language, such as how the language can be learnt, how the language is composed (letters, syllables, words, sentences), including grammatical and structural aspects, meaning and logics. Linguistics has categories such as evolutionary linguistics, historical linguistics, sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, language acquisition and discourse analysis. Literature studies take important role on research of the field. Supportive disciplines are anthropology, human anatomy, informatics, philosophy, sociology, psychology, computer science, acoustics and etc.
Applied Linguistics is a field which explores how language functions in the world, first and second language acquisition and intercultural communication.
Il Corso di laurea magistrale in Lingue, culture e traduzione letteraria offre una preparazione approfondita fornendo competenze di carattere teorico, metodologico e critico in due ambiti linguistico-culturali, promuovendo, nel corso del biennio, lo studio specifico di due lingue e di due letterature. Il Corso biennale garantisce una compatta base di attività formative comuni e la possibilità di combinare le scelte linguistiche in modo differenziato.
The programme aims to educate specialists who with their solid linguistic training will be able to conduct research on multilingualism and disseminate their results not only within the academia but also amongst the different stakeholder groups, including politicians.
The aim of the course is to provide a specialist professional qualification in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). It is offered at either adult or school level.
The two-year English-taught European Joint Master's Degree English and American Studies is aimed at highly motivated students with a background in English and American Studies and a strong record of academic success. It offers specialized academic training in English and American Studies focusing on the three core topics of literature, linguistics and cultural studies.
This Second Cycle Degree Programme aims to train professionals with specific linguistic skills in the field of interpretation and (specialist and literary) translation, capable of using IT and multimedia technologies and tools. The courses provided include Italian-Chinese-English and Italian-Spanish-English consecutive interpretation, and computer-assisted translations tools (Trados, Deja-vu software, etc.).
The Scandinavian Studies Programme at Mälardalens University is an international course of studies for students of Swedish or Scandinavian Studies at foreign universities and colleges.
The Pre Master Programme is especially designed for international students and will combine intensive academic English language training, study skills and academic subjects to ensure a swift adaption to Stenden’s Master’s programmes. Students will build greater confidence in expressing themselves and engaging with fellow particpants, lecturers and professors in the Master’s programmes.
The University of Alcalá, in collaboration with the British Council, is offering a one-year official Master in Teaching English as a Foreign Language specially designed for teachers and graduates who wish to complete or complement their knowledge and skills of teaching English, as well as develop new resources they can later apply to specific contexts and levels.
This Master’s degree programme seeks to provide an opportunity to study language, linguistics, language technology and translation from a variety of perspectives. The programme includes three thematic sub-programmes: (1) Linguistics and Language Technology, (2) Sociolinguistics: Language Contacts and Language Policy, and (3) Translation Studies and Translation Technology.
The Research Master-programme is open for the Master students of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. As an integral part of the a.r.t.e.s. Graduate School and aims at academically committed students, who have shown exceptional interest in research during their undergraduate studies and who – already during the MA studies and with a view to a subsequent PhD – wish to be involved in current research in the fields of excellence of the faculty.
Our MA Applied Linguistics explores the results of recent empirical studies of second language acquisition, focusing on how learners develop L2 knowledge and what role classroom practice plays in that development.