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Our research engages with English Language and Linguistics, focusing on written and spoken English language from medieval times to the present day.

Glasgow has a long-established, international reputation for the historical study of English, linking the best of philological, literary-critical and linguistic traditions with those of contemporary linguistic theory. We are a leading player in contemporary English language and linguistics, using quantitative analysis of large online corpora as well as qualitative research in a variety of genres to identify and interpret language use across a wide range of contemporary spoken and written data.

Glasgow’s historic strengths in the study of Scots and English in Scotland have been enhanced by the recent development of innovative large-scale collaborative projects. Our provision in the area of medieval English Language is closely associated with Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Glasgow, one of the largest concentrations of its kind in the UK. We have strong interdisciplinary research links with other subjects at Glasgow; recent collaborations include Psychology, Computing Science, Mathematics and Statistics, Celtic and Gaelic, and Education, in addition to our traditional links with English and Scottish Literature. Glasgow is one of the world’s leading centres of excellence for Digital Humanities, and many of our projects have a substantial digital element.

Thesis length: 70,000-100,000 words, including references, bibliography and appendices (other than documentary appendices).

A Doctor of Philosophy may be awarded to a student whose thesis is an original work making a significant contribution to knowledge in, or understanding of, a field of study and normally containing material worthy of publication.

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  • English language and linguistics
  • Historical English language, literature and medieval studies – including manuscript studies, codicology, textual and editing, literary and gender criticism, historical linguistics
  • Contemporary English linguistics, including phonetics and phonology, morphology, semantics, text analysis, sociolinguistics and onomastics
  • Scottish language, including written literary Scots, speech in Scotland and translation studies

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Entry requirements.

Our regular standard of admission is at least an Upper Second Class Honours degree (2:1), although candidates will usually also have completed or be undertaking a Masters qualification.

Research proposal

Candidates are required to provide an outline of the proposed research subject in about 2000 words. This should be discussed with a potential supervisor prior to making your formal application.

Your research proposal need not be a final thesis proposal but should include:

  • a straightforward, descriptive, and informative title
  • the question that your research will address
  • an account of why this question is important and worth investigating
  • an assessment of how your own research will engage with recent study in the subject
  • a brief account of the methodology and approach you will take
  • a discussion of the primary sources that your research will draw upon, including printed books, manuscripts, archives, libraries, or museums
  • an indicative bibliography of secondary sources that you have already consulted and/or are planning to consult

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A PhD in applied linguistics at the University of Glasgow will support students in the development of their theoretical and empirical skills, so that they are well-placed to make an original contribution to this dynamic field.

Suitable candidates are those who are eager to explore a range of language issues as they pertain and are applied to real-world settings, for example in domains such as education, workplace settings, and the media. Students are guided by leading experts in cutting-edge sub-disciplines within Applied Linguistics, spanning Systemic Functional Linguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, forensic linguistics, multilingualism, language and identity, and language education in tertiary settings.

PhD students benefit from the interdisciplinary nature of the expertise and practice represented by the supervisory team, developing skills and understanding not only within Applied Linguistics, but being able to complement this with knowledge in the wider field of English Language and Linguistics as well as academic domains such as Education, Modern Languages (including Translation Studies), Cultural Studies and Media. Undertaking a PhD programme in Applied Linguistics also offers students the chance to engage with scholarship in the field from a wide variety of researchers in institutions across the world, through our Applied Linguistics-focused research seminars as well as the broader English Language and Linguistics series, which our PGR students are also welcome to attend.

We particularly welcome prospective PhD topics in the following areas:

  • Critical approaches to language and communication (with a specific focus on discourses of sustainability)
  • Language and education (with a specific focus on linguistic perspectives on the internationalisation of higher education; language learning and teaching in tertiary contexts; language learning motivation, attitudes and identity)
  • Professional and institutional discourse (with a specific focus on legal contexts, and analysis of spoken discourse)
  • Multilingualism (with a specific focus on social approaches to multilingualism; language and migration; language and globalisation; attitudes and identity)
  • SFL (with a specific focus on textuality and communicative dynamism)
  • Any applications of semantic, corpus or sociolinguistic theory

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  • Tests must have been taken within 2 years 5 months of start date. Applicants must meet the overall and subtest requirements using a single test.

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A PhD in applied linguistics at the University of Glasgow will support students in the development of their theoretical and empirical skills, so that they are well-placed to make an original contribution to this dynamic field.

Suitable candidates are those who are eager to explore a range of language issues as they pertain and are applied to real-world settings, for example in domains such as education, workplace settings, and the media. Students are guided by leading experts in cutting-edge sub-disciplines within Applied Linguistics, spanning Systemic Functional Linguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, forensic linguistics, multilingualism, language and identity, and language education in tertiary settings.

PhD students benefit from the interdisciplinary nature of the expertise and practice represented by the supervisory team, developing skills and understanding not only within Applied Linguistics, but being able to complement this with knowledge in the wider field of English Language and Linguistics as well as academic domains such as Education, Modern Languages (including Translation Studies), Cultural Studies and Media. Undertaking a PhD programme in Applied Linguistics also offers students the chance to engage with scholarship in the field from a wide variety of researchers in institutions across the world, through our Applied Linguistics-focused research seminars as well as the broader English Language and Linguistics series, which our PGR students are also welcome to attend.

We particularly welcome prospective PhD topics in the following areas:

  • Critical approaches to language and communication (with a specific focus on discourses of sustainability)
  • Language and education (with a specific focus on linguistic perspectives on the internationalisation of higher education; language learning and teaching in tertiary contexts; language learning motivation, attitudes and identity)
  • Professional and institutional discourse (with a specific focus on legal contexts, and analysis of spoken discourse)
  • Multilingualism (with a specific focus on social approaches to multilingualism; language and migration; language and globalisation; attitudes and identity)
  • SFL (with a specific focus on textuality and communicative dynamism)
  • and any applications of semantic, corpus or sociolinguistic theory.

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This Masters focuses on how linguistic research can help solve language-related problems in professional practice and public life. It is designed for you to become a research-led specialist in areas such as language and education, intercultural communication, language and politics and professional discourse. You will design and undertake your own applied research project as part of this degree.

This programme allows you to supplement specialist courses in Applied Linguistics with a wide range of topics of your choosing, including discourse analysis, name studies, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, phonetics and more.

Our facilities include an outstanding provision of linguistic laboratories, including digital humanities, corpus resources and phonetics.

This programme allows you to supplement specialist courses in Applied Linguistics with a wide range of topics of your choosing, including discourse analysis, name studies, psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, phonetics and more. Our facilities include an outstanding provision of linguistic laboratories, including digital humanities, corpus resources and phonetics.

Teaching is delivered full-time across two semesters, followed by your own in-depth research-led dissertation in Applied Linguistics. You will undertake two core courses and four optional courses in areas such as Systemic Functional Linguistics, Language Learning and Teaching, and Forensic Linguistics.

Alongside optional courses in Applied Linguistics, the programme also offers a range of optional courses from linguistics, English, and other disciplines, enabling you to create your own Masters programme. The programme allows you to work in an interdisciplinary capacity, selecting courses from across the College of Arts, according to personal interests. The programme convenor will work with you to construct a suitable portfolio of courses according to your personal aims and objectives.

Semester one

In semester one, you will take one core course (which spreads over both semesters) and two optional courses.

Core course

  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS - RESEARCH TRAINING

Semester two

In semester two, you will take one further core course and two optional courses.

  • APPLYING LINGUISTICS IN SOCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE

Dissertation

  • APPLIED LINGUISTICS DISSERTATION

Optional courses

Students will take four optional courses over the two semesters.

We would advise students with an interest in educational applications to choose at least two courses from the following selection:

  • LANGUAGE AND THE GLOBAL CAMPUS: LINGUISTIC ISSUES IN THE INTERNATIONALISATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
  • SOCIAL AND INDIVIDUAL VARIABLES IN LANGUAGE LEARNING AND TEACHING
  • SYSTEMIC FUNCTIONAL LINGUISTICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS

We would advise students with an interest in social applications to choose at least two courses from the following selection:

  • FORENSIC LINGUISTICS
  • CRITICAL APPROACHES TO LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION
  • MULTILINGUALISM: INDIVIDUALS, INSTITUTIONS AND SOCIETY

Remaining options can be taken from the courses listed above or from among the 20-credit courses listed under the ELL and TESOL pathways, subject to availability and capacity.

Optional courses that would be particularly relevant to the Applied Linguistics programme include:

  • CORPUS LINGUISTICS (PGT)
  • EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND DATA ANALYSIS
  • METHODS IN WRITTEN TEXT ANALYSIS
  • APPROACHES TO SCOTS IN SPEECH AND TEXT

With the convenor’s permission, you may also take optional courses from elsewhere in the College of Arts and beyond.

Our graduates in Applied Linguistics have a wide range of career options available to them in careers where language and communication skills are valued and developed. The degree is especially suitable for those wishing to develop their careers in teaching, communications or administration, and to enhance their prospects at home and internationally.

You will also be well qualified to study for a PhD in Applied Linguistics or Linguistics more generally.

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    The Applied Linguistics programme at University of Strathclyde focuses on a wide range of aspects related to the study of speech, language and voice characteristics of typical as well as impaired populations across their lifespan, in order to further our understanding of these issues and impact positively on people's lives.

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    PhD student in medieval literature at the University of Glasgow · A trained literary scholar and linguist specializing in late-medieval English literature. I am an experienced researcher and university teacher. · Experience: University of Glasgow · Education: University of Glasgow · Location: Glasgow · 75 connections on LinkedIn. View Nicola Estrafallaces' profile on LinkedIn, a ...

  17. English Language & Linguistics MSc

    Our MSc in English Language and Linguistics provides career opportunities in research, teaching, publishing and lexicography among others., This Masters will equip you with the key linguistic and technical research skills to explore the structure and everyday use of English, past and present, from early medieval manuscripts to Renaissance letters, from speech to semantics, from language ...

  18. English Language and Linguistics, M.Sc.

    Overview Why this programme. In the English Language and Linguistics programme at the University of Glasgow you can study options from a wide range of historical and contemporary areas of English Language and Linguistics.; Its flexibility allows you to tailor the course to your own interests, so you can gain research expertise and key linguistic, technical, and study skills in the analysis of ...

  19. Speech, Language and Sociolinguistics MSc at University of Glasgow

    Speech, Language & Sociolinguistics Dissertation (60 Credits) A research dissertation of between 12,000 and 15,000 words, including footnotes and excluding abstract, bibliography and appendices. The work will be on a specific field, subject or issue withing the field of speech, language and sociolinguistics, and will demonstrate a good ...

  20. Postgraduate research opportunities A-Z

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  21. PhD opportunities

    PhD opportunities. You can find a PhD project at Glasgow Caledonian University using the search facility below. Here you can filter your search to view funded, competition funded and self-funded opportunities within your chosen research discipline. Further information on the funding can be found at the links below.

  22. Admissions

    MA (English Language and Linguistics), MA (Literary Studies) (for August 2022 intake and after), and MA (Theatre and Performance Studies) (for August 2024 intake and after). The admission requirements for these programmes are as follows: TOEFL (85 for the internet test or 580 for the paper test or 237 for the computer test) or IELTS, (6.0) for ...

  23. University of Glasgow

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  25. PhD Degrees in Linguistics

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