Linguistics and psychology (BULP)

Interfaculty program in linguistics and psychology is offered to Literature students. Literature students can take courses in Linguistics (branch A) and Psychology (branch B). This training focuses on knowledge of the language and its acquisition/use; it aims to prepare for the University Masters in Speech Therapy (MUL). This multidisciplinary Baccalaureate is also a unique training for any student interested in both language sciences and cognitive sciences. It opens a window on the relationship between language and human cognition, with particular emphasis on language acquisition and language disorders.



Monday 18th of September, from 19.00 to 21.00

Venue: MS130