Resources for Current Undergraduate Students
Part I Handbook for 2014-15 (PDF) (large print)
Part II Course Handbook 2014-15 (PDF) (large print)
Part II Enrolment Guide for 2014-15 (PDF) (large print)
Your Student Reps attend departmental meetings to pass on your views and raise any issues. Let them know what you think!
Find out who are the key administrative members of staff and Directors of Study
OneSearch - OneSearch is the discovery tool that enables you to find both print and online resources.
Intute: Social sciences - Intute is a free online service that helps you to find the best web resources for your studies and research.
All research involving human participants requires informed consent to be obtained from participants. However, before any data is collected, the research needs to obtain ethical approval. This applies equally to Undergraduate and Taught Postgraduate assignments, as well as to dissertations, PhD theses and research undertaken by staff and visitors. For instructions, see the Faculty's procedures (To view these pages you will need to be on campus or using a virtual private network connection).
A general guide and discussion of ethical issues in language studies is provided by the British Association of Applied Linguistics at http://www.baal.org.uk/dox/goodpractice_full.pdf
SPRINT involves offering paid, one-month summer project internships to second-year Linguistics and English Language undergraduates.
Careers provide information, advice and guidance on going into work, placement, further study and developing your skills.
Unite with Business programme The Unite with Business programme can provide you with PAID opportunities to work in a business on a meaningful project relevant to your studies.
Employability: The Lancaster Award aims to encourage you to complete activities, help you to pull them together in one place and then be recognised for your accomplishments. We want you to stand out from the crowd - the Lancaster Award will help you to do this.
Presentation by Chris Wade (2010)
Wider perspectives and more options for English Language and Linguistics students - LLAS Careers booklet (2010)
The student portal provides access to content from a variety of sources relevant to the student and the stage of their academic studies including: Academic Timetable, Email and Calendar, Notifications - upcoming assessment due dates, Access to VLE Module Spaces, Library information, Accecss Mahara ePortfolio.
'Lancaster Answers': LancasterAnswers is an online information base which you can search to find answers to questions about IT and Student related services at Lancaster University.
ISS Current Issues & Alerts - Information about availability and maintenance of ISS services.
Lancaster University LAEL Society is a society designed for both students and enthusiasts of Linguistics and English Language. We host both talks and lectures, as well as social events, meals and meet-ups.
Become a member of the LAEL Society for £3. The LAEL Society hold both members only and all welcome events. For member events, only members are allowed, for all other events it is £2 for non-members to attend.
For updates see their Twitter and Facebook pages:
The Lancaster University Confucius Institute offer Mandarin Chinese Language Classes for staff and students as well as cultural activities.