LSCT is a two-year Masters level research course in applied linguistics and specialised translation studies.
LSCT provides interdisciplinary research training in the following areas:
Students in LSCT conduct research work primarily on English, French, Spanish and German, but it is also possible to study other languages (such as Arabic, Chinese, Croatian, Esperanto, Finnish, Japanese, Korean, Romanian, Russian, Vietnamese, etc.) in collaboration with an external supervisor.For French presentation
LSCT is a two-year Masters course, split into four semesters.
UE 1 Culture linguistique (6 ECTS)
UE 2 Outils - Outils d'interrogation corpus (3 ECTS)
UE 3 Méthodologie de la recherche (6 ECTS)
UE 4 Projet de recherche (6 ECTS)
UE 5a Traduction Anglais (option trois langues) (5 ECTS)
UE 5b Traduction Anglais (option deux langues) (5 ECTS)
UE 6a Traduction Langue C (option trois langues) (4 ECTS)
UE 6b Traduction (option deux langues) (4 ECTS)
TOTAL 30 ECTS
UE1 Culture linguistique (6 ECTS)
UE2 Outils / Introduction à la TAO (3 ECTS)
UE3 Méthodologie de la recherche (5 ECTS)
UE4 Projet de recherche (5 ECTS)
UE5a Traduction métiers Anglais (option trois langues) (7 ECTS)
UE5b Traduction métiers Anglais (option deux Langues) (7 ECTS)
UE6a Traduction métiers Langue C (option trois langues) (4 ECTS)
UE6b Traduction métiers (option deux langues) (4 ECTS)
TOTAL 30 ECTS
UE 1 Séminaires de recherche (14 ECTS)
UE 2 OUTILS IL (ECTS 9)
UE 3 Traductologie et terminologie (7 ECTS) (NB students must choose just one translation course in M2. The course can be in a language offered at INALCO, the partner institution of Université de Paris.)
UE 4 Masters Dissertation (30 ECTS)
TOTAL 60 ECTS
Entry to M1 LSCT is by dossier (plus potential interview).
Entry to M2 LSCT is automatic for successful M1 students.
Experienced candidates may apply to enter the second year directly: for details contact the course coordinators.
Any Undergraduate Degree (especially Modern Languages or Applied Foreign Languages), as well as equivalent qualifications.
LSCT Graduates are qualified to enrol on PhD programmes in Linguistics, Applied Linguistics or Translation Science. Graduates of LSCT typically then pursue careers either as researchers or as university teachers.
LSCT graduates find work in areas such as: corpus linguistics, contrastive linguistics, English for Specific Purposes (or any other Language for Specific Purposes), specialised lexicography, translation studies, terminology and terminography (working for institutions or industry), user-oriented Natural Language Processing (NLP), etc.
Graduates can find work in the following areas: