We use our research into how language is used in real-life work environments to inform training, courses and consultancy with the aim of improving global communication.
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In these innovative degree programmes, you will be introduced to key linguistics concepts and research on professional communication, as well as the means to apply these practically to enhance workplace practice.The below Professional Communication courses are all studied via Web-Based Distance Learning:
Public services communication
The Trent Building, University Park Campus
New funding for Masters degrees
Midlands4Cities Nottingham funding for students starting in September 2019. Eligibility: All of Arts and Humanities. Selected themes in Law, Politics and Geography.
These awards are available to outstanding students from the UK who wish to pursue a Masters degree (MA or MRes) at the University of Nottingham in any area of the Arts and Humanities or areas eligible for AHRC funding in Law and Social Sciences.
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Radical Electric Teaching: A Conference and ShowcaseFuture innovations in teaching and learning will evolve where new thinking in teaching, new approaches to curriculum design and management, and new technology come together in alignment. This two-day conference brings together university teachers and educators, learning technologists, practitioners and students to share the concepts, practices and technical applications that will form the educational settings of the future.
Centre for Research in Applied LinguisticsThe University of Nottingham
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