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Linguistics

 

 

 

 

Undergraduate Study

BA Linguistics

 

Course Overview

Linguistics is the systematic study of human language. Linguists explore how we communicate using language and how languages are structured.

The one-year Part I provides a general introduction to all areas of linguistics, while the two-year Part II allows a degree of specialisation in particular areas.

In both IIA and IIB there is a choice of lectures taught within and beyond the Department, the latter including the linguistics of particular languages. Part IIB includes an element of individual research in the form of a dissertation on a chosen topic.

Students may also switch to Part II of the Linguistics Tripos after successful completion of a Part I in another Tripos. The Linguistics Tripos does not require detailed knowledge of a particular language, and so the course is accessible to those who have a general interest in and knowledge of language.

There is further information about the course on the University and Faculty webpages.

Entry Requirements

Applications from mature students taking A levels or Access courses are welcome. There are no specific entry requirements for the course.

At-Interview Assessment

All applicants for the TRPR Tripos at St Edmund's will be required to take an at interview admissions test.  Further information about this will be provided.  
 
Please note that your performance in the assessment at interview will not be considered in isolation, but will be taken into account alongside the other elements of your application.