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Language of instruction

English

English is the language of instruction in all of the compulsory courses in Bilingualism: Methods in Research on Bilingualism, Second Language Learning and Bilingual Development, Psycholinguistic Aspects of Bilingualism, Bilingualism in Society, and Bilingualism from an Educational  Perspective.

English is also the only language of instruction in one of the compulsory courses for the programme as a whole: Language in Use.

English or Swedish

The compulsory course Scientific Methods and Research Ethics has two language options: Swedish and English.

 

Year 1

Introductions autumn '19. Will be updated in June 2019.

  • Information Meeting at the Department of Linguistics, room C---, Floor 3, Building C, Södra huset.
  • Introduction Day for International Master Students
  • Information meeting at the Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism.

Autumn semester: first half

During the first half of the semester, two of the compulsory programme courses:

Autumn semester: second half

In the second part of the semester, two of the compulsory courses for the specialisation:

Spring semester: first half

During the first half of the semester, two specialisation courses:

Spring semester: second half

In the second part of the semester, you choose two optional courses of 7.5 credits each or Magister's Thesis in Bilingualism, 15 credits.

 

Year 2

Autumn semester: first half

Autumn semester: second half

Spring semester

Thesis: Master Course, 30 credits

 

Optional Courses

Advanced level in the Faculty of Humanities. [Link will come.]

 

Skills/Proficiency Courses

The Faculty of Humanities Proficiency courses

 

Overall programme plan

See the course catalogue HSPLO/TVÅS/en Master's Programme in Language Science with a Specialisation in Bilingualism.

 

Avoiding plagiarism

Avoiding Plagiarism (16 Kb)

 

Other specialisations in the department

We also offer other specialisations in the Master’s in Language Sciences as follows (only in Swedish):