ESRC/Wales Doctoral Training Centre
The Wales DTC is a strategic partnership between the four leading research universities in Wales. The School of Linguistics and English Language is part of the Wales DTC and offers research training through the ESRC accredited Bilingualism Pathway.
International Research Network on Contested Languages
Bangor hosts the International Research Network on Contested Languages, a network that aims to harness interdisciplinary expertise to research, advise on and explore the issues surrounding contested languages, particularly their maintenance, development and recognition.
MPC Network for the Study of Media and Persuasive Communication
This Bangor based network brings together researchers from various disciplines with an interest in topics such as communicating flood risk, persuasion, corporate and governmental surveillance, climate change, and crime reporting. You will find more information below.
UK-CLA: The UK Cognitive Linguistics Association
The central objectives of the UK-CLA are to develop and promote the multi-disciplinary field of Cognitive Linguistics within the UK, as well as contribute to the research- and event-based synergy currently growing across Europe, and to foster initiatives and exchanges at the wider international level. To this end, the Association organises a biennial UK-based conference in Cognitive Linguistics, which was hosted by Bangor in 2016.