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.
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
|English Language Teaching
|Critical Discourse Analysis
|Interdisciplinary historical linguistics
|Structure of Provision:
Masters + PhD funding or PhD-only funding, either full-time or part-time
|Apply for the PhD Applied Linguistics via the University of Nottingham online admissions system. Please specify you have applied for ESRC funding on your Nottingham application.
|Prof Louise Mullany