Master in Cognitive Neuroscience of Language - BCBL, Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language

30.01.2014
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The Master's program aims to provide specialized, comprehensive and rigorous training in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language. The Master's program includes core courses (theoretical and methodological), advanced elective courses, and a research-based project at the end of the program. 
The Master’s program is aimed at university graduates with various degrees who are interested in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Language. The duration of the program is one academic year with 60 ECTS credits. Students will develop research skills through the mentorship of experts and by completing a Master’s Research Project at the end of the program. The language of instruction is English. 
For more information about the master's program, visit www.bcbl.eu/master-in-cognitive-neuroscience-of-language-20142015/ 
For more information about the BCBL, visit www.bcbl.eu . 
Application Process 
Details of application requirements can be found at: http://www.bcbl.eu/master-in-cognitive-neuroscience-of-language-20142015/ 

ROUND 1: 
- Application sent by mail to mastercnl@bcbl.eu by FEBRUARY 8, 2014 
- Notification of the Master’s admissions board’s decision: MARCH 15, 2014 
- Admitted students should confirm their intention to participate in the program by MARCH 30, 2014 
- Pre-enrollment submitted ONLINE before June 7, 2014. 

ROUND 2: 
- Application submitted online by APRIL 1, 2014 
- Notification of the Master’s admissions board’s decision: MAY 15, 2014 
- Admitted students should confirm their intention to participate in the program by MAY 30, 2014 
- Pre-enrollment submitted ONLINE before June 7, 2014. 

Please note that each “round” represents a distinct period in which you may apply, not a succession of steps for your application. You may apply in one round only, one time in an application year. 

International candidates needing visas should try to apply in ROUND 1 to ensure that there is time for their visa application.