Covid-19 – information for students and staff
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Due to the covid-19 outbreak, the Department of Linguistics has decided to continue with online teaching to a greater extent than usual. Some courses will have lectures and laborations on campus.
If your university has an agreement with the Department of Language Education, you are welcome to join us as an exchange student.
Studying abroad provides both memories for life and merits for a future professional life. Find out about exchange studies, traineeships and other possibilities to go international.
For students with a Bachelor’s degree in linguistics, psychology or cognitive science or a degree in speech pathology.
A linguistics course in English at bachelor's level. This course provides advanced knowledge of human languages from a geographical perspective.
A comprehensive two-year education with twenty possible study routes.
The Department of Linguistics has decided to continue with online teaching to a greater extent than usual. Some courses will have lectures and laborations on campus.
The research project Language contact and relatedness in the Hindu Kush region (2015—2020) systematically compared languages spoken in the linguistically diverse region. One tangible outcome of the project is an open online database.