Linguistics programs for Mexican and Panamanian nationals

Álvaro Arias - Univ. de Oviedo ariasal at UNIOVI.ES
Fri Apr 25 12:10:48 UTC 2014

Dear Bryan: 
I think an appropriate Master for what you are looking for is the
International Master's Degree in Spanish Language and Linguistics
(University of Oviedo, Spain). I am one of the directors, there are some
scholarships for foreign students and the option of a second year without
tuition fees in University of Viadrina (Germany) and others universities. 
Here's more information:
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Regards, Álvaro Arias.

Álvaro Arias
Universidad de Oviedo · Departamento de Filología Española · C/Teniente
Alfonso Martínez, s/n, Edificio Milán · E-33011 OVIEDO (España/Spain) ·
Tlfno.: [+34] 985 104 508 · Fax: [+34] 985 104 677 · Web:



De: Bryan James Gordon [mailto:linguista at GMAIL.COM] 
Enviado el: jueves, 24 de abril de 2014 20:11
Asunto: Linguistics programs for Mexican and Panamanian nationals

A few of my colleagues from Mexico and Panama have asked me about
opportunities for continuing their linguistic education, with the goal of
acquiring skills they can use for language reclamation and maintenance in
their home communities. I know very little about the programs in Mexico
(some I know are quite prestigious, but I don't know which ones are
appropriate for an applied focus), and from what I understand there is no
linguistics major at all in Panama. I've encouraged my colleagues to look
into opportunities in Bolivia and Colombia for the indigenous universities,
and Spain because they have a lot of scholarships for Latin Americans. But I
don't really know where in particular to steer them even in those places, or
if there are any good North American programs with scholarships available
for Latin Americans. I'd be interested in any of y'all's suggestions!

Bryan James Gordon, MA
Joint PhD Program in Linguistics and Anthropology
University of Arizona
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