Students of the research Master’s in Linguistics and Communication Sciences must take the following components. For both the research and research-associated components, students are free to choose their subject matter, allowing them to tailor the programme to their own academic and professional interests. There is a total of 78 EC of fixed components, 30 EC in specialisation courses and 12 EC in skills and methods electives.
Study programme of Linguistics and Communication Sciences (research)
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