Phd (Speech & Language Therapy)—full-time and part-time MPhil (Health Sciences—Speech & Language Therapy)— full-time and part-time
College of Medicine, Nursing, & Health Sciences,
School of Health Sciences
Additional entry requirements
Candidates may be required to submit a research proposal for consideration by the School as part of their application.
Areas of interest
- Language and cognition
- Language structure
Please refer to the Discipline of Speech and Language Therapy website for further information on the research interests and expertise of staff members: www.nuigalway.ie/speech_language_therapy/
PhD (part-time) GYN64
MPhil (full-time) GYN91
MPhil (part-time) GYN92
Language acquisition in native speakers of Irish observed through narratives.
Noise exclusion ability in children with language disorder.
Fees for this course
EU: €4,529 p.a. 2014/15 inclusive of levy
Non-EU: €13,750 p.a. 2014/15
Ph.D. EU Full time programme: €4,529 p.a.
Ph.D. EU Part time programme: €2,320 p.a.
PhD (Language Science)
"The PhD programme is suited for anyone interested in psycholinguistics, language acquisition and impairments, bilingualism or linguistics in general. Not only are students given the opportunity to broaden their knowledge in general areas but they can also acquire skills in specific areas such as research methodology."
Speech and Language Therapy , School of Health Sciences and Acadamh na hOllscolaíochta Gaeilge have started an exciting collaboration on establishing developmental norms for native speakers of Irish with a final aim to construct language assessment tools in Irish. Being the first collaborative work of this kind in the Republic of Ireland, it attracted funding from An Chomhairle um Oideachas Gaeltachta agus Gaelscolaíochta (COGG) who provided the University with two research fellowships for students undertaking a PhD in Language Sciences. Ms. Sarah Ann-Muckley and Mr. Ciarán Lenoach have commenced their PhD studies on 1 st October under supervision of Dr. Stanislava AntonijeviÄ‡ and Dr. Conchúr Ó Giollagáin.