Current UCLA undergraduate students, if you are interested in receiving more information regarding the opportunities below via the Linguistics Undergraduate Newsletter, please email the Linguistics Undergraduate SAO. Make sure to send the email from the address you wish to be added to our email list with “SUBSCRIBE” as the subject and your university ID number in the body.

    1. Research/Independent Study
      Considering graduate school in linguistics? Take advantage of opportunities to collaborate in research or conduct your own research. Undergraduates are encouraged to use the Undergraduate Research Portal to find research opportunities on and off campus.
    2. Undergraduate Research and Travel Awards
      Awards to fund undergraduate research or research travel.
    3. Departmental Scholars Program in Linguistics
      Interested in earning a Masters in Linguistics? Consider applying for this unique opportunity!
    4. Studying Abroad
      Interested in studying abroad? Learn more about opportunities for completing college or major requirements abroad.
    5. Bruin Linguists Society
      Join our undergraduate student organization! It is an excellent networking opportunity and resource.
    6. Honors
      Learn more about opportunities to earn honors recognition through the Department of Linguistics.
    7. Humanities Career Panel Series
      The UCLA Humanities Career Panel Series (HCPS) aims to help graduates translate their knowledge into successful careers. With three thousand undergraduate humanities majors and minors each year, the Division of Humanities at the University of California, Los Angeles is making it a top priority to help its highly qualified graduates find placement with employers with whom they can envision themselves building careers. The UCLA Humanities Career Panel Series (HCPS) aims to help graduates translate their knowledge into successful careers. Designed specifically for students majoring and minoring in the Humanities, the UCLA HCPS will provide students with the necessary tools to be competitive in today’s job market and give them the opportunity to connect in-person with employers and people in their target careers. The series will unfold over the course of the academic year with a number of workshops, panels, discussions, and a networking event during which time students can meet employers in a casual setting. Students will learn how to market their (analytical, writing, problem-solving, and foreign language) skills to employers and what types of careers they can find and target in various industries.