“European Master in Lexicography” (EMLex) receives third EU funding

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The European Master’s in Lexicography (EMLex) at FAU has received funding from the European Union for the third time as part of the Erasmus Mundus programme. The aim of the programme is to promote mobility for learners and transnational cooperation.

The EMLex has been offered at FAU since 2010. Since 2016, the EMLex can be completed as an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree. It is a four-semester, international degree programme (120 ECTS), which is now offered jointly by a consortium of eight European universities under the coordination of the renowned Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and includes a one-semester stay abroad for students.

The internationally oriented degree programme teaches the theory of dictionary research at an international level. With a further focus on lexicography, digital humanities and language technologies in their didactic and social contexts, EMLex has a high practical relevance and is geared towards the needs of a constantly changing digital and global society.

Scholarships for students will again be awarded as part of the programme from autumn 2024. Interested parties can apply for the first intake until 1 March 2024.

More information on the website: https://www.emlex.eu.usc.gal/