UCL Psychology and Language Sciences


BA Linguistics (International Programme)

UCAS Code: Q101

Would you like your studies to put you at the centre of the intellectual universe? Are you interested in solving puzzles? Do you find it difficult to decide between the Arts and the Sciences? Would you like to understand how the human mind works? Do you find languages fascinating? If you answered 'yes' to any (or all!) of these questions, perhaps you should think about studying linguistics at UCL.

The BA Linguistics (International Programme) gives you an education in various aspects of language. At the core are courses about sentence structure (syntax), meaning (semantics and pragmatics) and pronunciation (phonetics and phonology), but you will also be given the opportunity to explore other themes, such as language acquisition or language processing. 

The programme includes a year abroad in your third year at one of our partner institutions.

Students frequently comment on the friendly atmosphere and accessible academic staff. Our graduates report an above average employment rate and starting salary.

Click below to see a short clip about Linguistics at UCL and hear from some BA Linguistics students about the degree programme. Click on the tabs for more detailed information about the degree, or click here for information on the three year BA Linguistics or the new BSc Experimental Linguistics.

Linguistics at UCL

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