We offer courses and programmes within two main areas: Linguistics and Sign Language.
A comprehensive two-year education with twenty possible study routes.
If your university has an agreement with the Department of Linguistics, you are welcome to join us as an exchange student.
We offer several courses in English
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We do research in the areas of child language development, computational linguistics, general linguistics, phonetics, sign language and multilingualism in the DHH.
Researchers affiliated with one of Stockholm University’s departments are welcome to apply for SUBIC research grants. Application deadline is 12th June.
Here you will find our ongoing and completed research projects in Linguistics and Sign language.
Ljuba Veselinova develops her work on negative expressions in the book "The Negative Existential Cycle".
Researcher affiliated with one of Stockholm University’s departments are welcome to apply for SUBIC research grants. Application deadline is 12th June.
Ellen Marklund has been promoted to docent by the board of the Faculty of Humanities.
Bernhard Wälchli presents a typological study on similarities and differences between contrast markers, selectives, and word order in the languages of the world.
This is an informative session for international students about to start their master's level studies.
On 8 December there will be a mock defense of Nora Duggan’s prospective doctoral thesis.
Stockholm University Brain Imaging Centre (SUBIC) is an advanced multidisciplinary infrastructure dedicated to experimental academic research on brain function and structure.
The Phonetics Laboratory offers advanced research conditions for experimental studies of speech perception and production.
Språkstudion is the place for you who studies, teaches, does research or is interested in other aspects of languages at Stockholm University.