These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
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Linguistics is the scientific study of human language.
Linguistics is a highly interdisciplinary field that combines research methods from the humanities and the social, natural, and mathematical sciences.
Research in the Department covers a broad range of topics, with substantial coverage of syntax, semantics, morphology, phonetics, phonology, and pragmatics.
UBC approaches these topics from several different research traditions and backgrounds, with particular strengths in formal-theoretical linguistics, experimental and field linguistics, acquisition, and computational approaches to studying communicative behaviour.
These research areas intersect and overlap considerably, and faculty and students are often simultaneously involved in more than one area.
This is part of the attention paid to interfaces between traditional subfields of linguistics and methodological traditions (e.g., laboratory phonology, gesture and speech and learning), one of the great strengths of the Department.
The Department also has a strong commitment to studying Languages of the Americas, with a particular focus on First Nations Languages of Canada, in the areas of documentation and theoretical research, something for which it is well known.
Research is not restricted to Languages of the Americas, however; the department also has a long history of work on African languages and ongoing research on languages within the Indo-European, Japonic, Sino-Tibetan, and Uralic families, as well as Korean.
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2) Letters Of Reference
3) Statement Of Intent
4) English Language Proficiency
5) Writing Sample
6) Description of core linguistics courses
"Possess a “first-class average” (or established equivalent) in a degree deemed as an eligible basis for admission, OR have academic qualifications that would have ranked them in the top 33% of students admitted to the graduate program to which they are applying, for the year prior to the date of their application.
Have English language proficiency, demonstrated via an accepted test, that can reasonably be expected to be brought up to the standard required by the graduate program to which the student has applied by completing ELI (or accepted equivalent) training in no more than one year.
Be recommended for the Conditional Admission Program by a UBC graduate program.
Students admitted via the Conditional Admission Program are not allowed to make academic progress toward their graduate degrees before they successfully complete the English language training program and are admitted without condition to the graduate program.
Note to graduate programs: Students cannot be admitted to the Conditional Admission Program through eVision. They must be admitted through the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies via a manual letter. Please contact G+PS for information.
The GRE is optional.
the Bachelor's degree of at least four years of study. Applicants are expected to have done substantive coursework in the areas of linguistics that form the theoretical core of the program: syntax, phonology, phonetics, and semantics. These would roughly be the equivalent to UBC’s undergraduate courses: LING 300, 311, 313, and 327. A formal logic course may be substituted for LING 327. Students who lack background in one or two of these areas may still be admitted, but will have to take the relevant undergraduate courses during the first year of their program.
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