Start of the study
Most frequently asked questions about the Master programmes.
- When and where are the introductory meetings?
- How do I get hold of my prospectus and lecture timetable?
- Is there anything more I need to do to complete my enrolment?
- How do I register for my classes?
- Where can I buy my books and teaching material?
- How can I catch up with any shortfall in my previous studies?
- Where do I go for any further information I may need?
Introductory Meetings: 7 September 2016 (Wednesday)
There will be an introduction day on Wednesday 7 September 2016 for all MA Linguistics and Research MA Linguistics students, with separate meetings for each specialisation (see the schedule below). This will be followed by drinks, which will give you the opportunity to meet staff members and other students in the programme.
Introductory Meeting for Research MA Linguistics students
Lipsius Building, room 3.08
12.30–14.00 Meeting and lunch with Prof. Dr. Marian Klamer, Chair of Research MA Linguistics, and Else van Dijk, Coordinator of Studies. Lunch will be provided.
Introductory Meeting for MA Linguistics (one year) students
Lipsius Building, room 0.28
14.00–14.30 Word of welcome by Prof. Dr. Claartje Levelt, Chair of MA Linguistics
14:30–15:00 Introduction by Patse Casse, Coordinator of Studies
15.00–15.30 Introduction by the track coordinators:
Vrieshof 2, room 0.06A
Comparative Indo-European Linguistics
Vrieshof 2, room 0.06B
English Language and Linguistics
Lipsius Building, room 307
French Language and Linguistics
Eyckhof 1, room 0.03b
German Language and Linguistics
Eyckhof 1, room 0.03a
Italian Language and Linguistics
Van Wijkplaats 4, room 0.03a
Language and Communication
Van Wijkplaats 2, room 0.02
Van Wijkplaats 4, room 0.03b
Theoretical and Experimental Linguistics
Van Wijkplaats 4, room 0.01
Translation in Theory and Practice
Huizinga, room 0.04
15.30–16.30 Drinks (location to be announced)
For any questions, please contact the coordinators of study.
The electronic prospectus with the programme and course information is available online:
The timetables for ResMA Linguistics as well as all the specialisations of MA Linguistics are available here.
For questions about your enrolment as a student of Leiden University you can contact the Plexus.
Information about the literature is included in the course descriptions in the e-prospectus. Books can generally be bought in (online or regular) bookshops.
If you have difficulties with any of your courses, you can ask advice from the lecturer.
You can contact your Student Administration at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research Master Linguistics:
You can contact your Student Administration at email@example.com.