Positions and Applications
Overview of positions (including graduate student projects and details on applications for specific positions)
What is expected in a project sketch?
Information for Foreign Researchers in the Netherlands
For foreign researchers who want to come to the Netherlands practical information (for example about Visa and residence permits and accommodation and housing) can be found here.
Official Information on Graduate Studies in Groningen
- General Faculty information on Ph.D. study, including rules and guidelines for promotions and theses
- University of Groningen's Rules for Conferral of a Doctorate, including application, manuscript, defence, etc.
What is expected from a graduate student?
Examples of first year reports (PDF):
- Jacolien van Rij Using cognitive modeling to study language acquisition 2009
- Tim Kallenborn Regionalsprachliche Syntax des Moselfränkischen 2009
- Kostadin Cholakov Common Approaches Towards Lexical Acquisition for Computational Grammars of Natural Language 2009
- Ryan Taylor The Role of Prosody in Pronoun Resolution: Evidence from Psycholinguistics and Neuroimaging 2009
- Peter Nabende Dynamic Bayesian Networks for Transliteration Discovery and Generation 2009
- Farah van der Kooi Multilingualism and Attrition: Study of adult Moroccan immigrants in The Netherlands 2008
- Gulsen Yilmaz Multilingualism and Attrition: Turkish Immigrants in The Netherlands 2008
- Ankelien Schippers Variation and change in long-distance movement 2008
- Ildikó Berzlánovich Lexical cohesion and the organization of discourse 2008
- Diana Dimitrova The neural correlates of prosody and information structure. Evidence from ERP and FMRI studies 2008
- More examples of First Year Reports
Already a PhD at the CLCG, please contact the PhD Council of the Graduate School of Humanities for any questions or concerns that are of general interest.
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