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Fri Jan 30 2009

FYI: New MAs in Language & Cognition at Bangor University

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        1.    Vyv Evans, New MAs in Language & Cognition at Bangor University

Message 1: New MAs in Language & Cognition at Bangor University
Date: 30-Jan-2009
From: Vyv Evans <v.evansbangor.ac.uk>
Subject: New MAs in Language & Cognition at Bangor University
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Dear colleagues,

Three new Master of Arts (M.A.) programmes in the area of Language &
Cognition have recently been inaugurated at Bangor University. Accordingly,
applications are invited for September 2009 entry in the following MA

-Cognitive Linguistics
-Language, Communication & Cognition
-Anthropological Linguistics

These are hosted in the School of Linguistics, Bangor University. Bangor
University boasts the senior Linguistics department in the UK, and is
located on the Menai Strait, in North Wales in the ancient cathedral city
of Bangor. Bangor is situated adjacent to the Snowdon Mountains, one of
the most picturesque regions in Europe.

The MA programmes run for 12 months, full time, providing a set of core
modules and option modules, with a 20,000 individual research dissertation.
The MA programmes are highly distinctive, and are taught by leading
experts. They also form an ideal platform for PhD research.

Web details on the new MA schemes are available from the School of


Contact the MA programme director, Prof. Vyv Evans with specific
enquiries (v.evansbangor.ac.uk).


Vyv Evans
Professor of Linguistics

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics; Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics

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