This two-year Research Master's programme in Linguistics brings together students from all over the world who combine their unique talents and backgrounds with shared curiosity into language and the way it is embedded in human cognition. The key focus of the programme is the question: which cognitive faculties underlie human language, and how do they interact?
The programme offers a broad focus on:

theoretical linguistics (phonology, syntax, semantics)
psycholinguistics (language acquisition, language processing)
language use (discourse studies, bilingualism, phonetics, historical linguistics)