On 15 January took place the first EMLex consortium meeting of 2021. The first part of the meeting brought together the steering board, the coordinator, the directors, the managers, teachers of the A modules, and members of the different committees, among them several students; it was mainly dedicat...Continue
One of the defining features of the EMLex curriculum is that the students get to participate in lexicographic projects. For instance, José Carlos, an EMLex graduate of Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (Erlangen, Germany), completed his internship at the ATILF (Nancy, France), where ...Continue
On Friday December 18th, the EMLex students of the FAU coming from the cohorts Tullio De Mauro and María Moliner, the EMLex staff and the coordinator Prof. Stefan Schierholz came virtually together to celebrate the upcoming Christmas and the end of the year 2020. Even this was an exceptional year fo...Continue
On 17 December, Fiammetta Namer organised an end-of-year get-together for the EMLex students at the Université de Lorraine. Anna and Kate from the Herbert Ernst Wiegand class, Feng and Olena from the María Moliner class, and Éva from the EMLex Promotion Committee attended, which brought the party ...Continue
On December 10, the EMLex students of the María Moliner and of the Herbert Ernst Wiegand cohort met at the University of Minho in Braga for tea with professor Idalete Maria da Silva Dias. Many issues were discussed, amongst others topics for future master's theses. They also tasted the national Indo...Continue
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:
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