PhD Programme in

Language Pedagogy and English Applied Linguistics

 

ELTE School of English and American Studies

1088 Budapest, Rákóczi út 5. phone:(36-1) 485 52 00 extension 4424 , email: langped@seas3.elte.hu

 

 

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Course Structure

 

Information about the course structure for students who started their studies

in 2019 or before

 

 

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Information about the course structure for students enrolling in the programme in 2020 or later:

 

 

In order to fulfil the requirements for obtaining the PhD degree, candidates have to complete their coursework, do independent research, publish their work, take the comprehensive doctoral examination, and write and defend their dissertation (within the framework of an in-house defence first and an official defence after the final submission). This page provides information on the structure of the courses to be taken and scheduling the courses and research activities.

 

Course Structure

 

The coursework consists of 12 courses to be taken in semesters 1-4.

Seven compulsory and five elective courses have to be completed. The compulsory courses are as follows:

Focus on language pedagogy and English applied linguistics 1.

Focus on language pedagogy and English applied linguistics 2.

Research design and statistics in language pedagogy and applied linguistics

Research Seminars 1-4

A description of these and the elective courses can be found on the Course Outlines page.

 

Scheduling the courses and research activities

A typical schedule of course and research work leading to the completion of the PhD might look as follows:

 

 

Educational and Research Module

 

Semester 1

- Focus on language pedagogy and English applied linguistics 1 course

- Research design and statistics in language pedagogy and applied linguistics course

- Research Seminar 1

 

Semester 2

- Focus on language pedagogy and English applied linguistics 2 course

- Research Seminar 1

- 1 elective course

 

Semester 3

- 2 elective courses

- Research Seminar 3

- (researching, publishing, presenting)

 

Semester 4

- 2 elective courses

- Research Seminar 4

- (researching, publishing, presenting)

 

 

Research and Dissertation Module

 

Semester 5

Tutorial Seminar 1

Research

Publishing

Presenting

 

Semester 6

Tutorial Seminar 2

Research

Publishing

Presenting

 

Semester 7

Tutorial Seminar 3

Research

Publishing

Presenting

Dissertation

 

Semester 8

Tutorial Seminar 4

Research

Publishing

Dissertation

 

Teaching courses in tertiary education may be done any time from semester 1 to 8

Please note that in order to have a valid semester, students on a scholarship must have a minimum of 20 credits.

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