Q: What are the entry requirements?
A: There are none as such. However, in order to fully benefit from the course, participants with no background in linguistics should familiarize themselves with an introductory text such as Aitchison's "Linguistics", Fromkin, Rodman and Hyams' "An Introduction to Language", or Parker and Riley's "Linguistics for Non-Linguists".

image Q: What kind of people come to the school?
A: Anyone with an interest in forensic linguistics! Among the participants in previous years were civil servants, police officers, translators, a crime fiction author as well as undergraduate and postgraduate students of linguistics and other disciplines. They came from all corners of the world.

Q: Can I take away credits to use towards my degree at my home institution?
A: Unfortunately, this is not possible at the moment, at least not formally. However, we will be happy to provide the relevant documentation if you plan to get your institution to recognise the School as contributing to your degree programme.

Q: Is it possible to attend individual days?
A: No. The 2019 edition is a five-day event and it is only possible to register for it as such.

Q: Do I need to bring a laptop?
A: Yes, you will need it for your homework and in-class practical exercises.

Q: What is the cost of participation?
A: For details of the fee, please follow this link.

Q: Are there awards/bursaries/etc. to participate in the School?
A: Unfortunately, we are unable to offer any concessions for the 2019 edition.

Q: How do I pay?
A: Please follow this link for information.

Q: How do I register?
A: The registration form is available from here.

Q: I am not sure I will be able to participate but would like to be kept informed on relevant developments. Can you keep me posted?
A: Yes. Simply let us know here and we will add your address to our mailing list.

Q: What about accommodation?
A: We suggest that you make your own arrangements. Please feel free to ask the organisers for recommendations though.