The School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies is part of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and incorporates the Deaf Studies Research Unit, the English Language Institute and the New Zealand Dictionary Centre.
"Language is central to being human, so it's exciting to be in linguistics- to think about how language works every day."Read more about Sacha.
"Applied Linguistics is an interesting and incredibly flexible subject with a range of possible research directions which can have a lot of multidisciplinary outcomes and applications." Read more about Kieran.
Mark received a Magnet Youth Award - A young (14-24 years) deaf or hearing impaired leader who motivates others, has overcome significant challenges and is a strong advocate for NZSL. Watch Mark's video.