About Linguistics at UP

This blog serves as a virtual environment for both teachers and students of Linguistics at the University of the Philippines Diliman.*

*This is not the official blogsite of the Department of Linguistics UP Diliman

88 Comments

  1. jocelyn rabaya said,

    June 5, 2010 at 11:42 pm

    Dear Sir..
    i want to study online about linguistics, how will i enroll?thank you

    Jocelyn rabaya

    • linggwistiks said,

      June 13, 2010 at 12:12 am

      Hello Jocelyn,
      Wala pang ino-offer na online courses ang Department of Linguistics ng UP…sowee^^

  2. mary lei de guzman said,

    July 25, 2010 at 1:09 pm

    mag kano po ang tuition fee sa up diliman ?
    linguistic ang course na kukunin ko ?

  3. mary lei de guzman said,

    July 25, 2010 at 1:12 pm

    mag kano po ang tuition fee sa up diliman ?
    linguistic ang course na kukunin ko ..

    • linggwistiks said,

      September 12, 2010 at 12:52 am

      Katulad ng ibang kurso sa UP, PhP1,000 per unit o puwede pang bumaba o tumaas depende sa income ng family mo..Good luck!!

  4. anne canullas said,

    September 20, 2010 at 3:16 pm

    may graduate course po ba for tagalog-english translation? ano po ang requirements? thanks!

    • linggwistiks said,

      October 4, 2010 at 3:03 pm

      Anne, wala pang offered na translation course sa Linguistics Department..Subukan mo sa Departamento ng Filipino kung mayroon silang translation courses dun..Goodluck!

  5. Linda Walton said,

    October 4, 2010 at 12:16 pm

    I’m a graduate student of Linguistics in the US. For my Master’s thesis, I’m conducting a psycholinguistic study on Tagalog. I will be in the Philippines later this month to do my research, and I’m looking for some help with finding a location and some research subjects. I was wondering if you know any linguists or linguistics students who would be willing to help me. Please contact me at walton.linda@gmail.com or lwalton@e-mail.ph for more details.

    Thanks!

    • linggwistiks said,

      October 4, 2010 at 3:14 pm

      email sent!

  6. Katherine Tiuseco said,

    November 3, 2010 at 1:47 pm

    Hello,
    Is there a number I can call to ask about slots for Ling 100/102 this second semester of 2010-2011? I really need to cross-register from UP Manila as an irregular student, as it is among the few subjects still available for me to take from my curriculum.
    I will appreciate a prompt response, thank you very much in advance!

    • linggwistiks said,

      November 3, 2010 at 9:14 pm

      Katherine, you may call Dep’t of Linguistics direct line: 926-9887..or you may call UP’s trunkline and ask to be connected to the Dep’t of Linguistics..Good luck!!

    • linggwistiks said,

      December 3, 2010 at 11:02 pm

      For information about the courses offered by the Department of Linguistics, please call 926-9887 during office hours.

  7. Mylene Coral said,

    January 4, 2011 at 6:21 pm

    i am planning to shift to BA Linguistics but i’m not sure if the subjects i have already taken will be credited. may site po ba na pwede kong makita yung curriculum ng BA Linguistics? please give me a link or email me at: coral_mylene05@yahoo.com
    thanks!

    • linggwistiks said,

      January 4, 2011 at 7:11 pm

      Mylene,

      It’s always possible to have the subjects you’ve previously taken credited…I am not sure if there’s any site where you can download the curriculum..the Linguistics Dep’t webpage only shows a list of courses offered by the department…
      Good luck!!

      • Mylene said,

        January 5, 2011 at 9:25 am

        my current course is BA Sociology. do you think it will be easy for me to shift because Socio and Linguistics are on the same college and department?

      • Mylene said,

        January 5, 2011 at 11:59 am

        i’m currently taking up BA Sociology. do you think it will be easy for me to shift since Socio and Linguistics are in the same department and college?

      • linggwistiks said,

        January 6, 2011 at 12:57 am

        That would definitely be an advantage…
        I cannot divulge the selection process though..You may inquire directly at the Linguistics Department regarding this matter..Good luck!!

  8. Mylene said,

    January 6, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    ok po. pwede naman po siguro humingi ng copy ng curriculum ng BA Linguistics ano po? kailangan ko din po kasi makita eh… thanks for your help!

  9. confused:) said,

    February 4, 2011 at 11:14 pm

    focus po ba ng linguistics sa UPD filipino language or general na po na language? :)

    • linggwistiks said,

      February 5, 2011 at 1:23 am

      Language in general..(most of the examples of language phenomena which you will encounter will probably be in English and other Indo-European languages kasi ito ang mga wikang napag-aralan na ng husto…advanced linguistics in UP encourages research on Philippine languages^^)..sana nakatulong!

      • confused:) said,

        February 6, 2011 at 8:41 pm

        thank you:) yes, it helped. My friend told me that most of the subjects in linguistics are Filipino. Is that true? My friend is planning to change course because of that.

      • linggwistiks said,

        February 8, 2011 at 2:38 pm

        Yes..Most of the courses in BA Linguistics are taught in Filipino. But unless one is a foreigner, I see nothing wrong about it. The Department of Linguistics supports the development of Filipino language and other Philippine languages..

  10. mari said,

    February 22, 2011 at 5:09 pm

    I would like to ask about the admission requirements for transfer student I am from Phils. Christian University, I’am planning to take BA Linguistics. thanks!

    • linggwistiks said,

      April 12, 2011 at 4:49 pm

      Hi Maricocool…
      You need to have an above average General Weighted Average [GWA] (2.0 or higher to enter UP, and each department has its own GWA requirement)..BA Linguistics I guess requires higher GWA than the general UP requirement. If your GWA qualifies, you will be called for an interview (panel) by the department. Good luck!

  11. jaycee said,

    February 27, 2011 at 4:00 pm

    ahm..i passed the UPCAT po and BA Linguistics is my course….
    what are the job opportunities kpag graduate ka with this course?
    …i’m a bit confused if i wud stil pursue this course eh..

    • linggwistiks said,

      April 12, 2011 at 5:00 pm

      Jaycee, this might help you http://www.lsadc.org/info/ling-faqs-whymajor.cfm

      • jaycee said,

        April 14, 2011 at 3:32 pm

        thank u very much it helped me a lot ! now i’m going to pursue BA Linguistics !! doumo arigatou gozaimashita !!!

      • linggwistiks said,

        April 14, 2011 at 4:20 pm

        Goodluck Jaycee!! Walang anuman..Kita-kits sa UP kung saka-sakali^^

  12. sanchan said,

    March 23, 2011 at 10:33 am

    By any chance, alam niyo po ba ang difference/s ng BA Communication Arts sa BA Linguistics? I also need valid and strong reasons po kasi to be able to transfer from UPLB to Diliman. Thank you. :)

    • linggwistiks said,

      April 12, 2011 at 5:26 pm

      Sanchan, Communication Arts focuses more on the “performance” of the language. Linguistics focuses more on the “competence” (what’s inside the mind of the native speaker), i.e. the “form” of the language before it is performed. Sana nakatulong!

  13. April 8, 2011 at 8:44 am

    I have been given a study grant by our school (MIndanao State University- Iligan Institute of Technology) to pursue my Ph.D. in Linguistics. Please provide me information about admission requirements and the complete address of the college where I could send my application letter.

    Thank you very much.

    God Bless!

    • linggwistiks said,

      April 12, 2011 at 5:38 pm

      Hi Maridette! Pagbati sa nakuha mong grant! You may write a letter to the director of the Graduate Program of the College of Social Sciences and Philosophy (at pasensiya kana’t hindi ko na alam kung sino ang nakaupo ngayon)..I suggest you better call the Department of Linguistics (02-926-9887) para mabigyan ka nang tamang impormasyon tungkol dito..Good luck sa panibagong hamon!

  14. banani said,

    April 11, 2011 at 8:52 pm

    Hi. I’m an incoming Senior this school year, and I was planning on taking up BA Linguistics when I enter college, because as far as my knowledge tells me, this course tackles different languages right? And we get to learn different languages as well?

    If not, can someone please tell or explain to me what this course does, because my interests are learning new languages, and I’m not that good in Filipino, and if this is being taught in the Filipino language, then I think I have to switch. Any recommendations for someone like me? Thank you. :P

    • linggwistiks said,

      April 12, 2011 at 5:46 pm

      Banani, Linguistics is NOT a study of foreign languages. Linguistics is the science of language. It tackles how language works (how we form sounds, words, construct sentences, process meaning etc). The only course in UP that teaches foreign languages is BA European Languages. The Department of Linguistics however houses Asian languages. So if your interest are Asian languages, then you should go to the Linguistics Department. The caveat- you have to take Linguistics courses while majoring in an Asian language.
      This page may answer some of your questions: http://www.lsadc.org/info/ling-faqs-whymajor.cfm

      • banani said,

        April 12, 2011 at 5:57 pm

        Wow, I didn’t really know about THAT. :D Thank you for taking the time to answer my question.

        Now about Asian languages, I really like Japanese, and I know Basic already, and if I take European Languages I’m guessing I won’t take Asian languages? :DD

        I’m kind of looking for a course that offers to teach diff. languages (languages that I can choose; some of them that I want are Asian and European — so what course is best for that? And if you wouldn’t mind, can you please tell me how those who’ve graduated with the Linguistics and European Languages degree are employed?

        Thank you in advance!

  15. marigrace carretero said,

    April 13, 2011 at 10:08 am

    may i know if applied linguistics is offered as a field of specialization in the Ph.D. program of UP? thanks

    • linggwistiks said,

      April 13, 2011 at 1:20 pm

      Hi Marigrace. The PhD program in linguistics at UP is basically theoretical. The program however covers a few areas in applied linguistics which you might wish to explore. These include Lexicography and Sociolinguistics (in the Philippines). The UP College of Education would be also be a good choice if you’re planning to specialize on Language Education. Good luck!

  16. Christian said,

    April 14, 2011 at 10:31 pm

    Good day! I am an incoming freshman in UP Diliman this academic semester and will be taking up BA Linguistics. We have just started online preenlisment in the UP CRS although I have not yet seen the curriculum for BA Linguistics students. However, the CRS has already provided me with different clusters/domains (AH, MST, Lang) from where I will choose my subjects.

    We all know that every UP student is required to take 15 units of GE subjects from each of the three domains (AH, MST, SSP) totaling to 45 units but as indicated, I am not allowed to take a subject under the SSP domain (though I am required to take Lingg 110 but this is not a GE subject).

    First semester lang po ba ito? Next sem po ba, makakapag-take na ako ng subject under the SSP domain? And where can I get a copy of the curriculum? Thank you po.

    • linggwistiks said,

      April 15, 2011 at 8:24 pm

      Christian, welcome to the UP Department of Linguistics! I don’t remember any rule that bars a freshie from taking a GE course under his/her home domain, in your case SSP. But there could be such rule though, or they could have made one, probably to ensure that you’ll get to finish all your GEs from the two other domains before you enter your 3rd or 4th year. The rationale behind this could be the fact that it’s normally difficult to get a slot in GE courses under MST and AH domains (and it would be easy for you to get one from among the GE courses offered by SSP, since it’s your home domain)..This is just my assumption and you may want to inquire more on this during your consultation with your adviser.

      You may obtain a copy of the curriculum from the Department of Linguistics office, FC2112…
      Good luck and see you in UP (soon^^)…

      • Christian said,

        April 16, 2011 at 7:50 pm

        Thank you so much po for answering my concerns. I have just seen the curriculum although I still haven’t met my adviser. We are scheduled po kasi to meet him/her on May 3.

        And as you have indicated po down there, ganito nga po ang registered courses list:
        Linguistics 110- 3 units
        GE 1 (AH)- 3 units
        GE 2 (MST)- 3 units
        Language 1&2- 6 units

        So siguro itatanong ko na nga lang po sa adviser ko kung bakit po walang SSP :D

        And I have another question po pala. Sabi po kasi sa curriculum, isa sa mga retention policies is to “Maintain a departmental cumulative GWA on Lingg. 110 and 115 — 1.75 or better” What does this mean po? Thanks!

  17. Mint Zillion said,

    April 15, 2011 at 7:15 pm

    Hi sir, a little help would be appreciated. I’m an upcoming college student. I’m 4th year HS now. I would like to know all about Linguistics ’cause actually the said course would be my course.

    Here are some of my questions, please answer them all.
    1. When you say program/course “linguistics”, is it the course itself or it has many branches? Can you give ‘em all. And do you need to choose?
    2. In linguistics, in UP Diliman to be specific. Do they offer some other languages as a part of Linguistics. I mean do you study OTHER languages in linguistics? And such as?
    3. Is it a 4 years course or what?

    Tnx Sir. I’m looking forward for your answers. God Bless.

    • linggwistiks said,

      April 15, 2011 at 8:50 pm

      Mint, hi! So you’ve passed the UPCAT and your major is Linguistics? Wow, that’s pretty much an accomplishment..congratulations!
      Now, with regard to your questions, just a little more browsing and you would find detailed answers for no.1. I suggest you check out this link:

      http://www.lsadc.org/info/ling-faqs-whymajor.cfm

      For no. 2, yes. There are three plans in BA Linguistics. Plan C is Linguistics and East Asian languages (which would mean you have to study Japanese while studying Linguistics), Plan B is Linguistics and Southeast Asian Languages (Bahasa Indonesia-Malaysia). In both these plans you have to be proficient in Japanese (Plan C) or Bahasa Indonesia-Malaysia (Plan C) at least before you graduate. Now, Plan A is a bit different. Here, you don’t have any language concentration. Instead, you have more linguistics courses and the language requirement is at least two foreign languages. If you choose Plan A, you need to complete 4 courses(12 units) of the first foreign language you will be choosing and 2 courses (6 units) of the second foreign language. The good thing is, you might want to take more courses in any of these two languages if you decide to make any of them your cognate course (which at the maximum gives you another 12 units).
      I’ll give you an example of the Plan A language scenario. Assuming you have chosen Spanish as your 1st foreign language, then you take four courses of Spanish. And then let’s assume you have picked Japanese as your second foreign language, then you need to take two courses of this one. For your cognate (a 12-unit requirement of social science areas, or any foreign language), you may want to take four more Spanish courses, and register Spanish as your cognate, and the same possibility goes to Japanese, if you want to take more courses in the latter. Or, if you prefer more diversity in your language background, you may want to choose another language, say for example Portuguese, for your cognate (which would give you 12 units of Spanish, 6 units of Japanese and 12 units of Portuguese).
      Linguistics is a four-year course, unless you venture into a one-year exchange study program (most probably in Japan or Korea) which most of our majors do. Exchange programs normally last one-year, and this would cause you at least one year delay in your undergraduate program in UP.
      I hope I’ve answered your queries. Good luck!

      • Mint Zillion said,

        April 15, 2011 at 10:44 pm

        LOL. Tnx for a quick reply. Didn’t expect that. ^^. Just wanna clear about what you said. Regarding about the UPCAT. It seems like you were shocked that I passed that thing. Is it hard to pass UPCAT and does it have any requirements to choose linguistics?

  18. Mint Zillion said,

    April 15, 2011 at 10:59 pm

    Just to add, what is the passing grade for UPCAT Linguistics?

    • linggwistiks said,

      April 16, 2011 at 11:28 am

      Mint, perhaps I need not explain more why passing the UPCAT is enough of an accomplishment…I’ll leave it to you to realize it yourself..You may want to check out this link though, as it features some “less known” information about the UPCAT:

      http://academic-clinic.com/2009/06/10-less-known-facts-about-the-upcat/comment-page-1/#comment-36

      There is no passing grade for Linguistics. There is a cut-off grade however for UP Diliman. And Diliman (as well as Manila) happens to have the highest cut-off grade among UP campuses (only around 3,500 gets into Diliman out of the 70,000+ examinees every year)..
      Again, welcome to UP!

  19. i don't know said,

    April 15, 2011 at 11:36 pm

    hi sir. i just needed some help. what subjects should i take to help me more in my major which is linguistics? I am an incoming freshmen this academic sem and I’m still confused. Is it better to take basic college english first or is it alright if i take the college english already:) and who is a better professor for that?
    as said above, we have just started the online pre-enlisment and I have not yet seen also the curriculum for BA Linguistics. thank you in advance:)

    • linggwistiks said,

      April 16, 2011 at 11:57 am

      Hi there! Haven’t you met your program adviser yet? I suggest you drop by the Department of Linguistics as soon as possible to at least know who your adviser is, and when is the possible time to meet him/her. Nonetheless, I’ll try to answer your question, but just would like to emphasize that YOU STILL NEED TO MEET YOUR ADVISER to consult about this matter. First, as a linguistics freshie, you need to take Linguistics 110, which is the introductory course to linguistics (make sure you register in the class made available FOR MAJORS ONLY). And following the GE requirement, I suggest you choose two GE courses (one from AH and one from MST domain). Have you chosen which among the 3 plans in BA Linguistics are you going to pursue? If you’ve chosen plan A, then I suggest to register in an integrated course of your first language choice (e.g. Spanish 10-11 [6 units] if you’ve chosen Spanish). if you are in Plan B, then you MUST register in Bahasa Indonesia-Malaysia 10-11. And if you’re in Plan C, then you MUST take Japanese 10-11.

      In short, this is how your registered courses’ list should look like:

      Linguistics 110- 3 units
      GE 1 (AH)- 3 units
      GE 2 (MST)- 3 units
      Language 1&2- 6 units

      It is always advised to have your number of units limited to 15 during your first semester, since you would probably need time to adjust with the UP’s academic environment. And you don’t need to take English course to be able to excel in Linguistics. I mean, I don’t see it as a big help. In linguistics, you will learn the language (and normally, examples are in English) the scientific way, which would later give you an enormous advantage over people who have learned languages pedagogically.

      Good luck!

      • i don't know said,

        April 16, 2011 at 2:37 pm

        i haven’t met my program adviser yet, since i’m too far from diliman but i will try to drop by. By the way, In the the 3 plans of BA linguistics, I think I will pursue plan C.

        thank you for answering my questions. It really helped me a lot:) I think I just have a lot of questions in my mind due to nervousness:)Again, thank you very much.

  20. jaycee said,

    April 19, 2011 at 9:12 pm

    ahm. hi, i’m an incoming freshman this academic semester with BA Linguistics as my course. ahm i just wanna ask if what are the jobs that graduates of this course will most likely to have after graduation … can u please give me examples of UP Ling alumni ( where they work now and what are their accomplishments so far )… thank u very much and mabuhay UP linguistics !!! ^_^

  21. Sheila said,

    April 30, 2011 at 8:25 am

    Hello po. I’m an incoming 4th year student and malapit na po ako mag take ng UPCAT. If ever po na makapasa ako, gusto ko po sa UPD para po sa course na Linguistics, Tourism or Foreign Languages. Ang problem ko po, May tinuturo po bang Asian Languages as main course? May narinig po akong Linguistics Plan C and Nihongo language po ang tinuturo. Main course po ba siya or parang elective lang? Thanks for your help :)

    • linggwistiks said,

      May 15, 2011 at 11:01 pm

      BA Linguistics Plan C Program– Linguistics and Japanese concentration (your major is Linguistics but your foreign language is Japanese, and you are supposed to become proficient on the language before finishing the program)…Good luck Sheila!

  22. DanMandia said,

    May 11, 2011 at 12:03 am

    Hello! I am an AB English Student. Can you send me researches here in the Philippines which have dealt on The Impact of Mother Tongue to Students Grammatical Competence. Or, just the titles or the contact details of the Authors, please, I just badly need it for my Undergraduate Thesis. Thank you so much and god bless you!

  23. Amor said,

    May 25, 2011 at 11:04 am

    I just want to take up Japanese language… Pwede po ba yun?.. Ilang yrs… And do I have to take upcat… Meron bang certification Lang ung 6 months program taking the Japanese language available…Thanks

    • linggwistiks said,

      May 31, 2011 at 12:03 am

      You may take regular language courses as a special student..There might be some limit on the number of units you would be allowed to take (please inquire at the Office of University Registrar)..Certificates are awarded to those who would successfully complete an extramural class module (but one module is only 30 hrs-10 Saturdays)…

  24. erika said,

    May 25, 2011 at 10:40 pm

    hi im planning to take the upcat with the course of linguistics, but as soon as i had my application form, i found out that up is offering bs european languages. im a bit confused on the difference of this two. can you please help me? thanks in advance :D

  25. Erika Lopes said,

    May 25, 2011 at 11:24 pm

    Good day. I’m currently taking up CPE. Pero I’m very interested po sa BA Linguistics Plan C Program. I think iyon talaga yung pinakasakto sa gusto ko. But the problem is ayoko nang kumuha pa ulit ng another undergrad degree… Mayroon din po kayang program kagaya niyan for MA? Salamat and more power! c:

    • linggwistiks said,

      May 31, 2011 at 12:08 am

      Erika, specialization in the Japanese language is only offered in the undergraduate program..You may want to pursue MA in Asian Studies (Japan) at the Asian Center though (almost like Japanese Studies)….

  26. kate said,

    May 27, 2011 at 10:59 pm

    Hi, I will be shifting to BA Linguistics, what should I expect? also, I heard that most of the courses are taught in Filipino. Does it mean that the paperworks and other requirements for the classes must also be written in Filipino?

    • linggwistiks said,

      May 31, 2011 at 12:21 am

      Kate, it really depends on the professor who will be handling the course..it’s true though that the department advocates the use of Filipino language as the medium of instruction..What should you expect? Linguistics readings are normally more difficult to grasp than the readings in other social sciences, so expect that there would be plenty of cases when you would actually need to read the assigned reading more than once…

  27. E. said,

    June 7, 2011 at 9:47 pm

    Hello, I am currently an undergraduate of SLIS in UP. When I took up Lingg 110 last semester I really had fun so next sem I’m planning to take up another linguistics subject and then after graduating from LIS I am thinking of pursuing an M.A. in Linguistics. Is this possible even if I am not a Linguistics undergraduate? And my other problem would be I had really bad grades during my early years in college (that’s why I was forced to shift out from my first course) so it greatly affects my GWA even if lately I’m starting to have good grades.

  28. diana leigh said,

    June 11, 2011 at 7:21 am

    hello po. if i may ask po.. ano po ba ang pinagaaralan sa course na linguistic po? salamat po..

  29. Anne said,

    June 11, 2011 at 10:51 am

    Hello po. I am planning to take BA Linguistics if ever I pass UPCAT. Incoming 4th year HS na po ako. For the BA Linguistics Plan A, pwede po bang Korean & Japanese yung foreign languages? Four-year course po ba?

    • linggwistiks said,

      June 12, 2011 at 9:28 am

      Anne, kapag Plan A ang kukunin mo, definitely puwedeng Japanese ang foreign language 1 mo (pero hanggang 12 units lang ang Foreign Language 1), then Korean ang Foreign Language 2 mo (6 units lang). TIP: ang gawin mo, imbes na kumuha ka ng ibang social science course para sa cognate mo (na 12 units din), gawin mong language din ang cognate mo at ituloy mo ang Japanese (puwede hanggang 24 units) dahil wala pang advanced courses sa Korean. But if you really like Japanese, you better do Plan C!

      Good luck sa UPCAT!

  30. sumikosun said,

    June 18, 2011 at 11:29 pm

    Ano pong mga trabaho ang pwede ko pong makuha pagkatapos ko pong makagraduate ng BA LINGUISTICS?

  31. mmmmm said,

    June 20, 2011 at 8:07 pm

    ask ko lng po… I wanna study sme specific languages like french, nihongo and spanish.. short course lng po, pnu po b?

    • linggwistiks said,

      June 25, 2011 at 9:43 pm

      Hi! You may want to try the extramural classes offered by the Dep’t. of Linguistics (on Asian languages)–information about this is available on this page http://extraclasses.tk/
      Please inquire at the Department of European Languages if you’re interested in Spanish (and other European languages). Good luck!

  32. danmandia said,

    July 15, 2011 at 11:38 pm

    Hello! I am Dan and currently on my thesis work about, “The Impacts of Mother Tongue on Students Grammatical Competence in English’, can you give me researches quite similar to this one or just details of those researches specially so there in UP in the Linguistics Department. Thank you! You can contact me by my email officialdanmandia@yahoo.com
    God bless you!

    • linggwistiks said,

      November 3, 2011 at 12:51 am

      Dan! I wonder if I was able to reply to this inquiry of yours before—if not, please forgive me for this super late response…You may browse the UP WEB OPAC–go to the UP website, then click library and use the search option. I also suggest you utilize foreign academic journals through JSTOR or EBSCO–this topic is “applied linguistics” and I am not knowledgeable of any similar research conducted in the Philippines..

  33. Rc Allen said,

    July 24, 2011 at 6:36 pm

    ask ko lang kung kailangan pang magtest sa UPCAT para makakuha ng linggwistiks. what if kung gusto ko ng nihonggo. pano po kaya yun? anong mga steps na dapat gawin? salamat. pls reply. =))

    • linggwistiks said,

      September 25, 2011 at 12:38 am

      RC, non-UP students may take language courses in UP as a “special student”–there might be some limitations on the number of units you could take though..for more info, please contact the UP registrar’s office (call UP trunkline, then ask to be connected to UP Office of University Registrar). Good luck!

  34. Rc Allen said,

    July 24, 2011 at 6:39 pm

    mahirap ba ang test sa UPCAT? hehe

    • linggwistiks said,

      September 25, 2011 at 12:39 am

      RC, para sa akin, medyo lang–nahirapan ako sa language ability part (which is kinda ironic to think that am in linguistics now^^)…

  35. mina said,

    October 13, 2011 at 11:42 pm

    hi, gagraduate na po ako next year .. plano ko po sana mag’aral ng linguistic which is different sa course ko ngayon next year after graduation ..ok lang po ba na mag’enroll po ako sa UP ??

    • linggwistiks said,

      November 3, 2011 at 12:30 am

      Mina, you mean you are a graduating college student? or high school student? The latter requires you to pass UPCAT..the former doesn’t, provided that your undergraduate GWA is within the cut-off, and that you pass all other additional requirements—such as interview^^ Good luck!

  36. October 29, 2011 at 11:36 am

    Hi! I’m a graduating Teacher Education student with a specialization in English and I am considering all other options that will lead me into studying in UP. I wonder if the Masters program of Linguistics require a bachelor’s degree in Linguistics or do they accept graduates from a different field?

    • linggwistiks said,

      November 3, 2011 at 12:43 am

      Hi Daniel! You may apply for MA Linguistics program even if your BA is not Linguistics.

  37. Paul Refani said,

    November 3, 2011 at 4:24 pm

    Hi, ano po ang kaibahan ng Integrated Language class with 6 units (?) and normal class with 3 units only. Can I take either of them as a language elective as advise sa akin as an alternate course?

    • linggwistiks said,

      November 4, 2011 at 11:07 am

      Paul, the integrated 6-unit language course is an 4-day a week class (6 hours a week)– so it’s like taking two regular language courses (10-11) in just one semester. Yes of course, but you need to consider the fact that it’s a 6-unit course (equivalent to two courses)..

  38. Paul Refani said,

    November 3, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    Uhm, sorry about this other question but, if we are going to do Eprerog for language electives, are we going to the Dept. of Linguistics or the Dept. of European Languages?

    • linggwistiks said,

      November 4, 2011 at 11:08 am

      For Asian languages, proceed to the Department of Linguistics. For European Languages, you should go to the European Languages Department. Good luck!

  39. rymnd said,

    November 18, 2011 at 11:34 pm

    Hi, I would just like to know how different is the language proficiency requirement of the Asian Studies MA at the Asian Center from the language requirements of the MA Linguistics degree? I am very interested on these two programs. Also, I don’t have a BA in Linguistics. How much of a disadvantage can that be? Thank you very much.

    • linggwistiks said,

      December 1, 2011 at 3:04 am

      Hi Raymond! I’m really sorry I couldnt provide you info about the Asian Center’s graduate program. MA Linguistics requires you to be proficient in a language other than your native tongue and the official languages of PHL..but you are only required to take the proficiency test after doing all your coursework..Doinv MA Linguistics without any linguistic background could be hard but the program offers a separate intensive introductory course for students like you..

      • rymnd said,

        December 1, 2011 at 10:03 am

        Thank you very much for taking time to answer all our questions! God bless.. .

  40. aj said,

    January 15, 2012 at 3:56 pm

    san ba ko makakauha ng interviewee about gay languages? this is for my thesis.. can you suggest atleats one prof??

    contact me here 09061393286

  41. aj said,

    January 15, 2012 at 3:57 pm

    san ba ko makakauha ng interviewee about gay language? this is for my thesis.. can you suggest atleast one prof??

    contact me here 09061393286

    i need it until kc by the end of january..

    thanks!

  42. kathreen said,

    January 20, 2012 at 9:51 pm

    Hello, I’m a third year high school student and I need to decide what course I will take. I was thinking of BA Linguistics but then I need to have another option, What course other than BA Linguistics has a subject about studying east asian language? Please mail your answer in my email: chromeyellow_guanzon@yahoo.com.ph . Thankyou


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