Graduate Degree & Funding description
The PhD program in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics approaches the study of language from a variety of perspectives, with a primary focus on language in its social context.
Students may concentrate their research in any number of areas, ranging from core linguistics (phonetics/phonology and syntax), through sociolinguistics (discourse analysis, language contact and language variation and change) to applied linguistics (language policy and planning, culture and identity, and language teaching and learning).
Applicants to the program require: Masters-level degree in linguistics (or equivalent) with a minimum B+ grade point average. Statement of Intent *. Resume or CV. Course Listing **. 3 letters of Recommendation from university faculty who are qualified to comment on the suitability of the applicant for doctoral-level work. Sample of written work (maximum 1,500 words). * A statement of up to 500 words (2 pages) outlining your research interest and your proposed area of study. ** A listing of your linguistics and applied linguistics related courses with a brief course description.
Type Of Funding
Specific Program Funding Information
York offers competitive funding to all qualified graduate studentsYork University is committed to promoting excellence in research and teaching for graduate students.
Training opportunities and funding are provided through research assistantships in the student's field of study, teaching assistantships with relevant undergraduate programs and/or graduate assistantships with faculty members or research units.
At the time of offer of admission, qualified graduate students are provided with a guaranteed funding package for the duration of their program.
Amount For Phd
Amount For MSC
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