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Master in Applied Linguistics

2019/2020 · 60 credits

Quality assurance

All UDC centers have a Internal Quality Assurance System (IQAS), verified by the Agency to Calidade do Sistema Universitario de Galicia (ACSUG) and ANECA in FIDES programs and AUDIT, respectively, and in accordance with the standards and Guidelines for Quality Assurance in the EHEA. Within IQAS centers integrate all their degrees and masters. IQAS procedures established who and how to follow up and monitoring of the results and the student's learning process in the titration, establishing coordinating bodies and mechanisms, evaluation and continuous improvement of the studies, which are the academic comittee and the quality assurance commision of center.

Learning outcomes

The IQAS establish how UDC centers measure and analyze the learning outcomes. To do the IQAS uses rates and global indicators for assessing the quality of training provided. Included among the results, in addition to the fees included in the title verification reports (efficiency rates, graduation and dropout), assessment rates, success and performance. We compare the results obtained in the title with the center's results for each indicator.

Academic years results

Quality assurance

To ensure that the title is developed in accordance with the verification report presented the center conducts an annual monitoring report in accordance with the procedures of the center IQAS and results. This report is reviewed by the ACSUG, external evaluation agency.

The outcome of this analysis will emerge corrective actions and improvement proposals that achieve the intended objectives and the improvement of the degree.

Committees

In order to ensure proper standards and quality at UDC, an academic management committee and a quality assurance committee are appointed for each faculty/school. In addition to, each faculty/school will be able to establish a specific academic management committee of the study.

Lorenzo Modia, María Jesús
Presidente
Sánchez Rei, Xosé Manuel
Secretario/a
López Fernández, María Teresa
Vocal PDI
Acín Villa, María Esperanza
Vocal PDI
Eirín García, María Leticia
Vocal PDI
Woodward Smith, Elizabeth Anne
Vocal PDI
Estévez Saá, José Manuel
Vocal PDI
Fernández Pérez-Sanjulián, María do Carme
Vocal PDI
López Viñas, Xoán Luís
Vocal PDI
Blanco Gallego, Erea
Vocal Estudiante
Sanmartín García, Celtia
Vocal Estudiante
Vázquez Bao, Ángela
Vocal Estudiante
Lago Méndez, Marta
Vocal PAS
Silva Pais, María Isolina
Administrador/a del centro
Lorenzo Modia, María Jesús
Presidente
Vizcaíno Fernández, Carlos Cayetano
Vicepresidente
Sánchez Rei, Xosé Manuel
Secretario/a
Estévez Saá, José Manuel
Vocal PDI
Acín Villa, María Esperanza
Vocal PDI
Woodward Smith, Elizabeth Anne
Vocal PDI
Sánchez Palomino, María Dolores
Vocal PDI
González Muñoz, Luís Fernando
Vocal PDI
Eirín García, María Leticia
Vocal PDI
Fernández Pérez-Sanjulián, María do Carme
Vocal PDI
López Viñas, Xoán Luís
Vocal PDI
Blanco Gallego, Erea
Vocal Estudiante
Sanmartín García, Celtia
Vocal Estudiante
Vázquez Bao, Ángela
Vocal Estudiante
Lago Méndez, Marta
Vocal PAS
Silva Pais, María Isolina
Administrador/a del centro

Study facts

Study data

Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2018/2019 9
Men 2018/2019 1
Women 2018/2019 8
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2018/2019 378
Credits on 1st enrollment 2018/2019 360
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2018/2019 0
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2018/2019 18
% credits repeated 2018/2019 4.76
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2018/2019 42
SEGUIMIENTO rates Period Value
Leaving rate 2016/2017 25

Centre data

Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2018/2019 557
Men 2018/2019 159
Women 2018/2019 398
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2018/2019 30,270
Credits on 1st enrollment 2018/2019 24,410
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2018/2019 3,749
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2018/2019 2,112
% credits repeated 2018/2019 19.36
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2018/2019 54.34

Study data

Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2017/2018 9
Men 2017/2018 2
Women 2017/2018 7
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2017/2018 264
Credits on 1st enrollment 2017/2018 234
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2017/2018 12
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2017/2018 18
% credits repeated 2017/2018 11.36
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2017/2018 29.33
Evaluation rate 2017/2018 93.18
Success rate 2017/2018 100
Performance rate 2017/2018 93.18
SEGUIMIENTO rates Period Value
Efficiency rate 2017/2018 95.24
Graduation rate 2016/2017 50
Leaving rate 2015/2016 0

Centre data

Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2017/2018 582
Men 2017/2018 145
Women 2017/2018 437
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2017/2018 31,300
Credits on 1st enrollment 2017/2018 26,190
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2017/2018 3,053
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2017/2018 2,057
% credits repeated 2017/2018 16.32
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2017/2018 53.78
Evaluation rate 2017/2018 83.44
Success rate 2017/2018 80.77
Performance rate 2017/2018 67.39

Study data

Students enrollment Period Value
Students count 2016/2017 6
Men 2016/2017 1
Women 2016/2017 5
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2016/2017 267
Credits on 1st enrollment 2016/2017 240
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2016/2017 6
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2016/2017 21
% credits repeated 2016/2017 10.11
Academic results Period Value
Average credits by student 2016/2017 44.5
Evaluation rate 2016/2017 68.54
Success rate 2016/2017 100
Performance rate 2016/2017 68.54
SEGUIMIENTO rates Period Value
Efficiency rate 2016/2017 100
Graduation rate 2015/2016 100
Leaving rate 2014/2015 14.29

Centre data

Student enrollment Period Value
Students count 2016/2017 499
Men 2016/2017 134
Women 2016/2017 365
Credits enrolled Period Value
Total enrolled credits 2016/2017 28,160
Credits on 1st enrollment 2016/2017 22,840
Credits on 2nd enrollment 2016/2017 3,404
Credits on 3rd enrollment and above 2016/2017 1,916
% credits repeated 2016/2017 18.89
Academics results Period Value
Average credits by student 2016/2017 56.42
Evaluation rate 2016/2017 81.89
Success rate 2016/2017 82.27
Performance rate 2016/2017 67.37

Facts by subject

Success Not success Not presented

Obligatory Subjets

Models and Methods in Current Linguistics
4
0
0
Corpus Linguistics
4
0
0
Applied Linguistics
4
0
0
Language Technology
4
0
0
Bibliographic Sources and Scientific Genres
4
0
0

Training Experience

Internship
3
0
0

Final Year Dissertation

Final Year Dissertation
6
0
3

A1. Applied Linguistics and Language Acquisition

Corpus Linguistics and Language Acquisition
2
0
0
Language Awareness and Second Language Acquisition in Multilingual Contexts
2
0
0
Applications of Psycholinguistics
2
0
0
Applied Conversation Analysis
2
0
0

B1. Second Language Teaching

Assessment
2
0
0
Creation and Development of Learning Materials
2
0
0
Strategies and Methods of Teaching and Learning
2
0
0
Sociocultural and Linguistic Aspects in Second Language Teaching
2
0
0

A2. Languages and Technologies

Design and Development of Language Technologies
1
0
0
Oral Language Processing
1
0
0
Digitizing and Editing
1
0
0
Linguistic Information and Internet
1
0
0

B2. Professional Communication

Oral Communication
2
0
0
Oral Communication
2
0
0
Written Communication
2
0
0
Terminology and Specific Languages
2
0
0

C2. Mediation and Planning

Linguistic Mediation
1
0
0
Language Policies
1
0
0
Language Planning
1
0
0
Multilingualism and Internet
1
0
0

Success Not success Not presented

Obligatory Subjets

Models and Methods in Current Linguistics
3
0
1
Corpus Linguistics
3
0
1
Applied Linguistics
3
0
1
Language Technology
3
0
1
Bibliographic Sources and Scientific Genres
3
0
1

Training Experience

Internship
3
0
1

Final Year Dissertation

Final Year Dissertation
1
0
5

A1. Applied Linguistics and Language Acquisition

Corpus Linguistics and Language Acquisition
2
0
0
Language Awareness and Second Language Acquisition in Multilingual Contexts
3
0
0
Applications of Psycholinguistics
3
0
0
Applied Conversation Analysis
3
0
0

B1. Second Language Teaching

Assessment
2
0
0
Creation and Development of Learning Materials
3
0
0
Strategies and Methods of Teaching and Learning
2
0
0
Sociocultural and Linguistic Aspects in Second Language Teaching
3
0
0

A2. Languages and Technologies

Design and Development of Language Technologies
1
0
0
Oral Language Processing
1
0
0
Digitizing and Editing
1
0
0
Linguistic Information and Internet
1
0
0

B2. Professional Communication

Oral Communication
1
0
0
Oral Communication
1
0
0
Written Communication
1
0
0
Terminology and Specific Languages
1
0
0

B3. Semantics, Grammar and Pragmatics

Topics of Semantics and Syntax
0
0
1
Dimensions of Meaning. Semantics and Pragmatics
0
0
1
Grammar and Discourse
0
0
1
Current Issues of Grammar Studies
0
0
1

C3. Contrastive Linguistics and Variation

Language Variation
0
0
1
Topics in Contrastive Linguistics
0
0
1
Language Contact and Its Consequences
0
0
1
Language Change
0
0
1

Success Not success Not presented

Obligatory Subjets

Models and Methods in Current Linguistics
3
0
0
Corpus Linguistics
3
0
0
Applied Linguistics
4
0
0
Language Technology
4
0
0
Bibliographic Sources and Scientific Genres
3
0
0

Training Experience

Internship
3
0
0

Final Year Dissertation

Final Year Dissertation
4
0
1

A1. Applied Linguistics and Language Acquisition

Corpus Linguistics and Language Acquisition
1
0
0
Language Awareness and Second Language Acquisition in Multilingual Contexts
1
0
0
Applications of Psycholinguistics
2
0
0
Applied Conversation Analysis
1
0
0

B1. Second Language Teaching

Assessment
3
0
0
Creation and Development of Learning Materials
3
0
0
Strategies and Methods of Teaching and Learning
2
0
0
Sociocultural and Linguistic Aspects in Second Language Teaching
2
0
0

C1. Spanish Sign Language

Grammar and Lexicon of Spanish Sign Language
1
0
0
Professional Uses of Spanish Sign Language
1
0
0
Acquisition and Development of Language in the Deaf Community
1
0
0
Oral Language Teaching to Deaf People and Sign Language to Hearers
1
0
0

A2. Languages and Technologies

Design and Development of Language Technologies
1
0
0
Oral Language Processing
1
0
0
Digitizing and Editing
1
0
0
Linguistic Information and Internet
1
0
0

B2. Professional Communication

Oral Communication
1
0
0
Oral Communication
1
0
0
Written Communication
1
0
0
Terminology and Specific Languages
1
0
0

Master thesis works

These are the master thesis works that have been read in recent academic years.

Contribution to the phraseological Galician-French dictionary - Positives sayings and sentences about women

The use of corpus linguistics in the study of the football lexicon

An ELE class for oriental students: Ethnographic description and interpretation from Common European Framework of Reference for Languages

Conversation analysis applied to the english teaching as a foreign language

Impact and perception of the Galician and Spanish language policies on Dominican students and workers in the city of A Coruña

Lexicography intro lexicography: the treatment of lexicographic terminology in the Dictionary Spanish Language of Royal Spanish Academy

Teaching Spanish as a first language in the Dominican Republic.

The sociocultural contents in textbooks french as foreign language

Offer places

Offer available places last year and, for degree studies, you can also check the cut notes of those admitted by PAAU.

academic year 2018/2019
General offer 10