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PhD in Linguistics


Our PhD in Linguistics programme, which is offered on both a part-time and a full-time basis, is aimed at students with a substantial background in a subject related to Linguistics or Human Language Technology who wish to establish an expertise in their area of interest.

For this research-based course, successful candidates are typically first enrolled for an MPhil and can progress to PhD status following a successful evaluation at the end of their 1st (if studying full-time) or 2nd (if studying part-time) year of study.

The regulations governing the PhD in Linguistics, including details of the procedure for transferring after the first year, can be found here.

 

How to apply

Applications for our PhD programme can be made electronically through the University of Malta Admissions page. However, prospective students are advised to get in touch with some potential supervisor(s) at the Institute in order to discuss their research topic and proposal prior to submitting their application. 


Procedures for examination of PhDs

This document specifies the procedure followed within the Institute of Linguistics in the setting up of examination committees for doctoral candidates. 

Calendar
Notices
Linguistics Circle (03 September)
Dr. Elizabeth Mathews, University of Dublin Author of Language, Power and Resistance – Mainstreaming Deaf Education

Title: Unpacking Mainstreaming Policy and Practice: opportunities and challenges for deaf children in Ireland

Date: Monday 3rd September at 09:30 - 11:00

Venue: Gateway Hall E
Languages in Contact Conference 2018

Conference on Languages in Contact, co-organised by the iLLT. Worclaw, Poland, June 2018.

 

Timetables

Class timetables are now available from this page.

For study-units LIN1063, LIN1065, LIN2013 and LIN5063, please click on this page to check the Academic English timetable.

 
 
Last Updated: 26 October 2016

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