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Mon Jan 25 2010
Support: Neuroscience, Lang & Communication: MA / MSc, U. College London
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Neuroscience, Language and Communication: MA / MSc Student, University College London
Message 1: Neuroscience, Language and Communication: MA / MSc Student, University College London
From: Anna Casey <a.caseyucl.ac.uk>
Subject: Neuroscience, Language and Communication: MA / MSc Student, University College London
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Institution/Organization: University College London
Department: Division of Psychology and Language Sciences
Web Address: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychlangsci
Level: MA / MSc
Specialty Areas: Neurolinguistics; Psycholinguistics
Neuroscience, Language and Communication
MSc in Neuroscience, Language and Communication at University College London (UCL)
The MSc offers an opportunity for in-depth study of current research of intact
and impaired language processing, brain imaging technologies and neuroscientic
evidence of language and speech processing, and provides training in carrying
out research in these areas of study. The programme is designed for experienced
speech and language therapists, psychologists and for graduates of linguistics
who are planning a career in research.
Places are available for the academic year 2010/11 for applicants with suitable
academic background. Applications should be submitted by Friday 26 March 2010.
There will be an open day on 24th February for new applicants.
UCL is a centre of excellence for the study of linguistics and neuroscience.
For further information consult our website at
Applications Deadline: 26-Mar-2010
Web Address for Applications: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/lifesciences-faculty/degree-programmes/neuroscience-language-communication
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