Training in Applied Linguistics at the University of Nottingham is delivered through the Centre for Research in Applied Linguistics (CRAL), a major international research centre established in 2002. CRAL is a dynamic research centre dedicated to the study of language in a wide range of authentic contexts, it hosts large number of high-profile researchers and cutting-edge facilities such as eye-tracking technology and innovative corpora.
Applied Linguistics is an interdisciplinary area of research, touching on aspects of psychology, social studies, education, modern languages, literature, historical studies and computational science.
Specialisms include, in particular:
|Second Language Acquisition||Corpus Linguistics||Bilingualism||Sociolinguistics|
|English Languge Teaching||Pedagogies and Literacies||Critical Discourse Analysis||Interdisciplinary historical linguistics|
|Structure of Provision:||+3, +3.5, 1+3 either Full-time or Part-time|
|PG Application:||Apply for the PhD Applied Linguistics - with or without English Language Teaching depending on your area of research interests.|
|Pathway Contact:||Dr Dominic Thompson|