Division of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies

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As one of the best-known examples of a modern, vibrant and successful multilingual society, Singapore is uniquely positioned to promote academic studies of language and multilingualism. As no other tertiary institution in Singapore offers such an undergraduate programme, the Division of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies (LMS) at NTU is well placed to take on this challenge.

The curriculum of the Division of Linguistics and Multilingual Studies allows students to explore the many interesting facets of language and communication, from the properties of speech sounds to grammatical and discourse structure, from children's language development to communication in bilingual and multilingual societies.

​It encompasses a very wide range of topics: how a finite inventory of basic linguistic units is deployed to express an infinite variety of meanings, how we create meaning in interaction with others, how the bilingual and multilingual mind is structured, and how technology impacts upon people's everyday use of language, to mention just a few. ​  

 
 

News and Events 

Congratulations to Assistant Professor František Kratochvíl on being awarded the MOE Tertiary Education Research Fund (TRF) grant for his project titled 'Evaluating the practical side of learning comedy: creativity, collaboration and communication'
 
Congratulations to  Associate Professor Ng Bee Chin on being awarded the MOE AcRF Tier 1 grant for her project titled 'MICE - A multilingual corpus of emotion expressions of Malay, Indonesian, Chinese and English'

Congratulations to  Assistant Professor Luca Onnis on being awarded the MOE AcRF Tier 1 grant for his project titled 'Impact of bilingualism and socioeconomic status on basic learning skills in the early years'
 
Congratulations to  Associate Professor Tan Ying Ying on being awarded the MOE AcRF Tier 1 grant for her project titled 'Benign Management or Planned Negligence?: Malay and Tamil Language Policies in Singapore'

LMS welcomes Visiting Professor Denis Burnham