The aim of McGill's Linguistics graduate program is to train independent researchers to work in the diverse areas of Linguistics using a range of methods.
They have specific expertise and strength in:
Students have access to a rich research landscape in cognitive science; for example, many members of the Department are associated with the Centre for Research on Brain, Language and Music (CRBLM) or Mila - Quebec AI Institute.
The Department has several labs for conducting research, including rooms for elicitation, running experiments including in sound booths and with an eye-tracker, and accessing high-performance computing infrastructure.
Members of the Department also have access to other facilities through the CRBLM.
McGill normally funds all full-time graduate students who maintain strong academic records; The funding package covers living expenses, tuition, and fees.
M.A. students are funded for one year and eight months, and Ph.D. students for five years.
|Cost of living||1 person||$6,912|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$6,659|
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