Individual offers may vary. Honours degree (usually at 2:1 or above) or equivalent in an area such as: linguistics, English language, English literature, philosophy, sociology, politics, or related areas such as history, cultural theory, teaching English as a foreign language. Other applicants with appropriate professional experience will be considered providing they have some familiarity with linguistic analysis and metalanguage. Applicants without a good degree may need to provide evidence of their analytical and reflective skills in writing. MRes Linguistics applicants should already have a background in linguistics and a clear intention to progress to PhD study.
Months of entry
Brighton's English and linguistics postgraduate programmes are designed for students with, for example, previous undergraduate level study or appropriate experience in areas such as linguistics, English language, English literature, philosophy, sociology, or other related areas such as politics, history, cultural theory, and teaching English as a foreign language. There are three complementary routes: MA in Linguistics; MA in English Language; and MRes (Master of Research) in Linguistics. The MA in Linguistics equips students with knowledge of critical theory in the area of theoretical linguistics and philosophy of language, more specifically the syntax/semantics interface, the semantics/pragmatics interface, and grammar.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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