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
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)
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.