MA in Forensic Linguistics

Aston University
En Birmingham (Inglaterra)

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Inicio Birmingham (Inglaterra)
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The Centre for Forensic Linguistics offers a unique blend of academic and applied experience Unique Practical applications of Forensic Linguistics module gives you hands on experiences and possibly a placement in the field. Strong links with police gives you unique access to real world data for your teaching and research work.

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Requisitos: Duration: Full time 12 months. Part-time 24 months. Start date(s): October Entry requirements: A good UK Honours Degree (minimum 2.1) in English or a related discipline or an overseas recognised by Aston University, plus two references.  Applicants whose first language is not English will be required to provide evidence of an English language qualification.  Find out more about our English language requirements. Fees for 2016/17*:  UK/ EU: £5,350  Non-EU: £13,800  *These figures have not been confirmed, but they are expected to be approximately as...


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West Midlands, B4 7ET, West Midlands, Inglaterra
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This programme is designed for students of linguistics and aims to improve students’ linguistic skills and understanding such that they can apply them to forensic texts and contexts.  There is a strong ethos throughout this programme that forensic linguistics is an application of linguistics and thus students study and improve their knowledge and abilities in the linguistic analysis of spoken and written language. Alongside the linguistics modules students then learn about the legal and forensic contexts and how linguists have developed understandings and critiques of the language of the law and how linguists analyse language to provide evidence in a variety of legal contexts. To complete the programme students complete a short practical project or placement and then research for a dissertation.

Sample module options: The following module descriptions are indications only -  the University reserves the right to change the modules on offer, the module content and the assessment methods.

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