The Department of Linguistics offers both Masters and PhD research degrees.
Postgraduate research students have the opportunity to study alongside leading scholars with extensive professional experience. Students complete an induction program designed to assist in the development of research skills and in refining their research topic. Throughout their candidature, students will be invited to contribute to a number of seminar series and the occasional postgraduate conference.
- Information for Prospective Students
Prospective postgraduate students are expected to have obtained a recognised competency in Linguistics or a relevant discipline such as an Honours degree or relevant Master degree prior to undertaking a higher research degree.
- Learn more about eligibility from the Adelaide Graduate Centre
- Review our staff research interests to check for a potential supervisor
- Consider if you're eligible for a domestic or international scholarship
Note: to be competitive for an international PhD scholarship you require a high grade, first class honours degree or an equivalent Masters coursework degree with a substantial thesis component.
- Our Current Postgraduate Student Theses
Afifa Eve Ferro Arabic-Israeli Code Switching-Linking Conversational Code Switching to Questions of Identity Cashman Penelope Phonetics Applied to Opera Lyric Diction Castle Chloe The Co-option of Grammatical Resources from Foreign Languages Cui Yumei Business Chinese English Febrianti Yusnita A Linguistic approach to multimodality and its importance in pedagogy Greenwood Susie A Comparative Study of Breton and Cornish Katzman Kateryna Academic Literacies/Language Acquisition Kerrigan Ingrid Reconstruction of Barngala Lexicon from Primary and Secondary Sources Le Quang Anh The Correlation between Temporal Conceptualisation and the Grammatical Systems of Tense-Aspect-Mood Perspectives from S.E. Asian Languages Ratcliffe Evita Development of Study Writing: A Case Study Rogers Caryn Rhetorical Structure and Persuasion in Classical Hebrew Scott Jessica Language in Education Thao Thi Vu Project 2020: Principles and Practices of the New English Curriculum in Vietnamese Schools Venning Christopher Linguistic Classification in the Daly River Languages, NT Yang Jie Minority and Indigenous Language Policy and Planning on Tertiary Education in Metropolises of P.R.C. and Australia
For all enquiries please contact the Postgraduate Coordinator.