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Clinical Linguistics / EMCL


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  • Tw!st

    TW!ST is de vereniging voor studenten taalwetenschap in Groningen.

    Sinds de oprichting in 2005 is TW!ST er voor haar studenten om naast het studeren medestudenten op een andere manier te leren kennen. Dit gebeurt door het bezoeken van taalonderzoeksinstituten, symposia en lezingen, maar ook door activiteiten als een introductiekamp, etentjes, borrels, een gala en een pubquiz. Daarnaast verschaffen we de leden studiemateriaal met korting.

  • Synthesis

    Synthesis is the new study association for all Research Master students from the Faculty of Arts. Synthesis is both a social network and a platform for the academic development of young scholars. Given our shared interest in academic research, Synthesis organizes a variety of seminars, lectures and workshops about academic skills or career strategy with interesting speakers from different fields.

    Synthesis also aims to create and maintain an active Research Master community by organizing social activities such as drinks, dinners and fun trips. Join our Facebook group for more information.

Brochure over de opleiding Clinical Linguistics / EMCL
Brochure over de opleiding Clinical Linguistics / EMCL
  • Testimonial van Student Vânia Aguiar

    EMCL strengthened my desire to pursue an academic career

    I decided to apply for EMCL because I aspired to pursue a career in academia. I wanted to spend two semesters studying at the UG because I had a particular interest in aphasia, and so I wanted to work with Prof. Roelien Bastiaanse. That was a really good decision! The city of Groningen is simply charming, and the University's facilities are impressive.

    As for the courses, I particularly enjoyed the research-oriented teaching methodology. By the end of the taught semesters, I did not feel stressed about coming up with my own ideas for a thesis. This also prepared me for writing an application for a PhD position.

    I am currently a third-year PhD student in the International Doctorate in Experimental Approaches to Language and Brain (IDEALAB). I have travelled between IDEALAB partner universities in Italy, Australia and The Netherlands (Groningen), where I am supervised by internationally renowned researchers, and I have access to neuroimaging and neuromodulation techniques which I was able to use during my experiments. The fact that I had already learned about Event Related Potentials (ERPs) during EMCL, made it easier for me to address my PhD topic from different perspectives.

    EMCL has strengthen my desire to pursuit an academic career. I am confident that the network that I have established and the skills that I have acquired in the past five years will be key to reach my goals.

    – Student Vânia Aguiar
  • Testimonial van

    A Research Master in Linguistics seemed a perfect fit

    I moved to Groningen from the Baltic States in 2012, to pursue a Bachelor's Degree in English Language and Culture with a minor in Media and Journalism. I have always been passionate about languages, research, writing and editing, so the choice to move abroad for the sake of higher education was not a particularly hard one.

    Choosing a Research Master

    After my experiences in both fields of Linguistics and Journalism, I decided to take the academic path, so a Research Master in Linguistics seemed a perfect fit. This degree is nothing less but challenging, but if you are an aspiring researcher who is passionate about Linguistics like me- it is most definitely worth it.

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