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    2019 Fall
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    EMCL+

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  1. howdoiexitvim

    Packing your life into two suitcases

    What I plan to do may not be necessary for everyone, but I plan not to take any books with me when I move for grad school. It's an opportunity to try and break a hoarding habit.
  2. howdoiexitvim

    Mailing Letter of Recommendations Myself

    I never had a professor consider it a chore to send out the letters of recommendation, either by mail or online. I'd say don't risk being suspected for fraud and put your applications at risk for this. Ask your professors.
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    Erasmus Mundus Applications 2019

    They wrote "by May" in their previous email, but they were really careful not to commit on a timeline. I wasn't quite sure if that means "before May", or "in May" to be honest. As it happened, it was the last day of April.
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    Erasmus Mundus Applications 2019

    Thank you @bezam19!
  5. howdoiexitvim

    Erasmus Mundus Applications 2019

    EMCL+ applicants, check your inboxes! EACEA approved my application, and I will attend
  6. howdoiexitvim

    Erasmus Mundus Applications 2019

    From the admittedly sparse information available online, I think that we are all waiting for the same EACEA meeting mid-May, ie they approval of all EMJMD scholarships will happen at the same session.
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    Fall 2019 Applicants

    My application at RU Groningen finally changed to " Sent to faculty" after a long time. Maybe some good news before the end of the month.
  8. howdoiexitvim

    Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's Scholarships 2019

    I am applying from Cyprus, what about you? You are the first person I heard applying for EMCL this year, so nice to have someone to share the anxiety with :D
  9. howdoiexitvim

    Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's Scholarships 2019

    Paralysing even! I can't decide whether I should keep applying to other programmes or wait for a clear answer from this and then decide. Applications cost, sometimes a lot :/ I hope we all have some good news soon!
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    Erasmus Mundus Applications 2019

    EMCL+ has also send preliminary acceptance notifications, but their email was carefully phrased not to commit on the issue of scholarships. Anyone knows when EACEA meets to approve the consortia recommendations?
  11. howdoiexitvim

    Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's Scholarships 2019

    Check your inboxes! Just received an email from EMCL+ saying my application made it into the main list, and I should expect a final confirmation in May.
  12. howdoiexitvim

    Personal Website?

    > especially getting a domain name that is your legal name? This, especially, is also my question. Any downsides of not using your name as your domain name? What if your name is a subdomain? (yourname.somethingelse.com
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    Fall 2019 Applicants

    Thanks! Indeed the Netherlands seem to be a bit reluctant to fund students.
  14. howdoiexitvim

    Fall 2019 Applicants

    First round of Masters applications finally completed, but I can't expect replies soon. Language and Cognition (ReMa) University of Groningen Linguistics (ReMA) Utrecht University Linguistics: General Programme (MA) Radboud University EMCL+
  15. Hello all, I am wondering what other programmes are there that have heavy focus in Clinical Linguistics research (diagnosis and rehabilitation), be it acquired or developmental language disorders. I know of the following, and if you have experience with them, I'd love to hear what you think of them as options EMCL+ (EU) Uni Potsdam's IECL (DE) Groningen's MA in Linguistics (NL) Utrecht's MA in Linguistics (not as specialised but with some related research groups) (NL) McMaster's Experimental Psycholinguistics and Neurolinguistics (CA) Some of the things I am looking for in a programme: English-taught (I know some German, but not enough to do academic work in it) Relatively competitive Access to neuroling research labs and/or clinical practice Opportunities for scholarships and/or stipend positions (I'm willing to work hard, but I am reluctant of tying a debt millstone around my neck) My background is in General Linguistics, without a lot of neuroscience, medical science, or statistics unfortunately. But I have some research experience and traineeships in relevant labs. My BA thesis is related to aphasia. My academic performance so far has been near top 1% of my department (I don't know officially). I do not have any publications yet, and no presentations in prestigious conferences. It has its minuses and pluses, so all in all I want to try for competitive programmes and see if I can get in.
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