Students on the Master’s degree programme in Linguistics learn to study language and language use in detail. The degree programme focuses on language in practical and social contexts. It includes in-depth teaching in the language of children, the creation of texts and text comprehension, second languages and multilingualism, and ways of describing languages which have not been described in detail before. We also have workshop courses in which you will learn to perform language tasks for other people, and courses in which you will perform research tasks in collaboration with teachers and your fellow students. The teaching and projects will give you systematic training in relevant methods, and you will study and discuss various theoretical approaches. You write your thesis in the final semester. This thesis is an independent project in which you explore a specific topic using methods and theories which you have learnt during the course.
The Master’s programme in Linguistics is open to candidates with a Bachelor’s degree or a supplementary subject in Linguistics (i.e. minimum 45 ECTS studies in linguistics. For this reason), foreign students must be able to provide full documentary evidence that they have completed a relevant and recognised university degree equivalent to a Danish BA degree in level and contents.
Only students who fulfil these requirements should apply.
Other qualifications can provide admission to the Master’s degree programme, provided the university assesses that their level, extent and content correspond to the degrees mentioned above.
The Master’s programme is a two-year continuation of the Bachelor’s programme. It expands the students’ knowledge of and skills in the subject of study. At the same time, it provides an opportunity to delve deeper into the field of study.
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