Modern Languages and Linguistics at NTU

Assess the fundamentals of language from a postgraduate perspective, as you take your linguistics research to the next level.

Establish your own learning pathway, in line with your personal interests and professional ambitions – on our dynamic postgraduate course, you can explore clinical linguistics, language, gender and sexuality, media discourse, sociolinguistics or forensic linguistics. In our thriving postgraduate community, you’ll have support from a dedicated team of tutors and supervisors who will help you to hone and develop your research.

On this course, you'll engage with the theories and practical techniques at the forefront of contemporary linguistic research. This advanced learning is excellent preparation for undertaking MPhil or PhD study, and also furnishes you with the transferable skills that are ideal for careers in academia, teaching English as a foreign language, journalism and media.

Why you should study Modern Languages and Linguistics with us

  • Learn from active linguistics researchers – the leading authorities in their respective research specialisms.
  • In the most recent Research Exercise Framework in 2014, 80% of our Modern Languages and Linguistics research was rated as world-leading or internationally excellent.

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