25.4207, Support: General Linguistics / United Kingdom

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Subject: 25.4207, Support: General Linguistics / United Kingdom

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Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 00:36:52
From: Veronika Koller [v.koller at lancaster.ac.uk]
Subject: General Linguistics: PhD Student, Lancaster University, United Kingdom

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 Institution/Organization: Lancaster University 
Department: Linguistics and English Language 
Web Address: http://ling.lancs.ac.uk 

Level: PhD 

Duties: Research
 
Specialty Areas: General Linguistics 
 

Description:

For 2015/16, the Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University will again offer a number of funded PhD studentships. 

Linguistics at Lancaster is part of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)'s North West Doctoral Training Centre, which allocates fully funded or fees-only studentships and provides extensive research training for doctoral students. 

How to Apply:
For guidelines on how to apply for an ESRC studentship and for the application form, please see application website (below). 

The deadline for applications is 2 February 2015 (5pm GMT). 
Important: You need to have applied for a place with us by then. The earlier we receive your application to study with us, the more time we have to make you an offer and subsequently advise you on your studentship application. 

Details about the AHRC studentships and other funding opportunities that we offer will be posted here soon. In the meantime, please direct any inquiries to: 
Veronika Koller  at v.koller at lancaster.ac.uk 

The Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster is one of the largest in the UK and is listed 9th for Linguistics in the QS World University rankings. It is home to a wide range of research interests and expertise, including Discourse Studies, Corpus Linguistics, Literacy Studies, Second Language Acquisition, Psycholinguistics, and Sociophonetics. 
For more details, see website: http://www.ling.lancs.ac.uk/profiles/phd/index.php 

Application Deadline: 02-Feb-2015 

Mailing Address for Applications:
	Attn: Michaela Scott 
	Lancaster University, Faculy of Arts and Social Sciences 
	County South C09 
	Lancaster Lancashire LA1 5LZ 
	United Kingdom 
	
Web Address for Applications: http://www.nwdtc.ac.uk/how-to-apply/ 

Contact Information: 
	Dr Veronika Koller 
	v.koller at lancaster.ac.uk  





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