Leader: Professor Leah Roberts
The Centre for Research in Language Learning and Use (CReLLU) undertakes fundamental research on language learning, applied research to understand and improve second language education, and research on the teaching and learning of English and other languages.
The aim of the CReLLU is to lead cutting edge interdisciplinary research relating to language learning, language use and language in education. Research encompasses foreign, second, bilingual and first language acquisition and the relations between them.
Posted on Wednesday 9 January 2019
Our Centre for Research in Language Learning and Use (CReLLU) student, Siti Saidi successfully defended her PhD thesis and met the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy in Education.
Posted on Thursday 20 December 2018
PhD students, Caroline Casey (PhD Education), and Michelle Hunter (PhD Applied Linguistics) have been shortlisted to exhibit their research as part of YorkTalks, a key University research showcase event, as part of this years PhD Spotlight competition.
Posted on Thursday 10 May 2018
Rolla has successfully defended her PhD thesis and met the requirements for the award of Doctor of Philosophy in Education. The award was approved by the Standing Committee on Assessment on 4 May 2018.