Professor Ema UshiodaLink opens in a new window, Head of Department, welcomes you to our outstanding undergraduate learning community. We invite you to explore our model of learning, which is built around a highly individualised curriculum that enables you to do cutting-edge research in linguistics, language, culture, psychology, and communication in order to solve real-world problems.
Our Learning Community
Professor Jo AngouriLink opens in a new window, Director of Undergraduate Studies, provides an overview of our learning model, our programmes, and the principles that underpin our learning community in Applied Linguistics at Warwick.
Our students share their work in Applied Linguistics at Warwick, and describe some of their experiences as members of our outstanding learning community.
Our unique interdisciplinary courses will challenge you to apply the best knowledge, theories, and practices in language, linguistics, communication, culture, and psychology to solve real-world problems. Our tutorial model will provide you with a rigorous, highly supportive environment where you will engage with cutting-edge research from the very start of your course.
Our lecturers have prepared short lessons, which are indicative of the learning you'll experience in each course.
- Explore our modulesLink opens in a new window.
English Language and Linguistics
Our English Language and LinguisticsLink opens in a new window programme engages you in the systematic study of language with a specific focus on English.
Dr Christopher StrellufLink opens in a new window is an assistant professor who researches language variation and change. This taster lecture shares findings from a project for the module, ET327: Dialects, where students analysed old recordings to challenge ideologies about local accents.
Language, Culture, and Communication
Our Language, Culture and CommunicationLink opens in a new window degree is a globally unique interdisciplinary programme that prepares students to forge careers in the international marketplace.
ET212: Intercultural Business Communication
Dr. Sophie Reissner-RoubicekLink opens in a new window is an associate professor who researches professional communication and identity, and designs intercultural training resources. This taster introduces the role of feedback in teamwork interaction, which is covered from theoretical and practical perspectives in the module ET212: Intercultural Business Communication.
Linguistics with a Modern Language
By studying linguistics together with a non-English language, you’ll explore the fascinating human capacity for language, while also building your linguistic fluency. Combine Linguistics with Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, or Spanish
Dr Esther AspreyLink opens in a new window is a Senior Teaching Fellow with research interests in the varieties and languages of the West Midlands, as well as the Celtic languages of Britain and Ireland. In her taster lecture she unpacks some of the theories we meet when first discussing multilingual speakers and their societies.
Care and Support
Students at Warwick are supported across all aspects of their living and learning experience. Senior Personal Tutor Tilly HarrisonLink opens in a new window describes the range of support that you'll receive, particularly through your personal tutor in Applied Linguistics.
Applied Linguistics at Warwick is recognised for its exceptional learning community. Students are central to every aspect of the Applied Linguistics experience. Students coordinate a calendar of social events and academic and professional development schemes through Linguistics SocietyLink opens in a new window. Students also pariticipate in deparmental governance and shape programme curricula through the Applied Linguistics Student-Staff Liaison Committees.