- The PhD programme holds a special position of strength internationally in the areas of cognition (language and thought) and neurolinguistics (language and the brain), and it is an important contributor to the research priority area Cognition, Communication and Culture and to the research cluster MindLab. A notable characteristic of the PhD-programme is the fruitful collaboration between the two different traditions of functional linguistics (focusing on the functions and usage of language) and formal linguistics (focussing on the internal structural properties, including sound and meaning).
- The PhD programme Language, Linguistics and Cognition cooperates closely with its sister PhD-programmes at the other Danish universities, and also with the PhD programme Business Communication at the Aarhus University School of Business and Social Science.
- The programme is particularly strong internationally in the areas of translation & interpreting, cognition and neurolinguistics, and it is an important contributor to the AU research area Cognition, Communication and Culture and to the research cluster MindLab. The programme furthermore offers a fruitful collaboration between the traditions of functional and formal linguistics.
Mandatory courses for PhD students enrolled at Graduate School, Arts:
- PhD supervision for PhD students at Arts
- University teaching for PhD students
- Integrity and Ethics
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- The most important part of the application for admission to a PhD degree programme at the Faculty of Arts is your own project description. The project description explains the research project you propose to conduct as a PhD student in some detail, and it outlines the research plan.
- The Graduate School of Arts offers two degree programmes, the 5+3 and the 4+4 programmes. One of the programmes is aimed at students who have not yet completed a Master’s degree (the 4+4 programme), while the other aims at applicants who have completed their Master’s degree (the 5+3 programme).
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