Extramural Classes

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2019 Summer Seminars in Linguistics

Read about the Summer Seminars in Linguistics (SSL) at the Multilingua Bulletin.   SUMMER SEMINARS IN LINGUISTICS (SSL) Seminar 1: Reanalyzing English Grammar and Training in Error Density Index (EDI) Analysis Schedule:  Tuesday-Friday; 9a-12n, 1p-4p Date:          14-17 May 2019 Venue:       Palma Hall, University of the Philippines Diliman Description: This seminar focuses on various grammatical constituents and … Continue reading

Linguistics for Teachers of English and Filipino (LTEF)

For the seminar details and registration, please go to https://uplinguistics.wordpress.com/linguistics .

Asian Languages Extramural Classes 2015 Cycle 2

Japanese and Korean for Kids & Teens


Extramural Classes (September 20 – November 29, 2014 Cycle)

Extramural Classes (Sep – Nov 2012 Cycle)

Registration is on-going for the September 8 to November 17, 2012 Asian Languages Extramural Classes. For registration details, visit http://uplinguistics.org/extramural-classes.


EXTENDED REGISTRATION is until MAY 4, 2012 for CLASSES WITH AVAILABLE SLOTS. Classes will be CLOSED FOR REGISTRATION once they are FULLY BOOKED. You may check available slots here: CHINESE JAPANESE KOREAN For registration instructions, please click here. Check the Asian Languages Extramural Classes FAQs here.

Asian Languages Extramural Classes (May 12 – July 14, 2012)

The UP Department of Linguistics is once again offering another cycle of its ASIAN LANGUAGES EXTRAMURAL CLASSES from May 12 – July 14, 2012. Registration is until APRIL 30, 2012. This cycle introduces a new module – the INTEGRATED JAPANESE 1 MODULE which consists of the first 3 modules of our Japanese language modules (1, … Continue reading

Extramural Classes FAQs

(1) Q: I am not a student of UP Diliman, may I enroll in the UP Department of Linguistics Extramural Classes? A: The UP Department of Linguistics Asian Languages Extramural Classes is OPEN TO EVERYONE interested in studying a language offered by the department. Our students are mostly from the professional world – government offices, … Continue reading


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