EMLex supports Ukrainian linguists

In times like these, the academic world must stick together, so the EMLex offers three free places in each EMLex 2022 summer school course in Braga, Portugal, for Ukrainian students, PhD candidates and lecturers of linguistics and related fields. The courses will take place in March, April, and May. They will be for free, with the EMLex providing extra travel costs in the amount of 700 euros per person (upon documented departure from Ukraine after 18 March, 2022). Contact: christian.rink@fau.de 


EMLex 2022 summer school



  • This week we welcomed the first Ukrainian student in Braga who has seen and used our offer to Ukrainians. In module A5 (subject lexicography and terminography), the student from Czernowitz participated actively and with great engagement in the lessons. She was integrated into the EMLex family quickl...

  • The Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik (GAL) is issuing a call for papers for the Section on Lexicography at this year's conference from 28.09.-30.09.22 in Würzburg. The general theme of the conference is "Language Dynamics: Lexical and Social Change in the Dictionary", the deadline for submissi...

  • The first volume in the series "Wörterbücher zur Sprach- und Kommunikationswissenschaft" (Dictionaries of Linguistics and Communication Studies), which was founded in Erlangen and is edited by Prof. Dr. Stefan Schierholz, has been published. WSK 1 Grammatik consists of two volumes, "Formenlehre" and...


The European Master in Lexicography (EMLex) is an international Master’s degree programme (120 ECTS) that has been offered since 2009. Since 2016 the EMLex can be concluded with an Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree. It includes a joint summer semester abroad for all students in cooperation with the following universities and institutions:

Partnered Universities


associated partners


Erasmus Mundus Association

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