Chartered Institute of Linguists
The Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL), known as the Institute of Linguists (IoL) before receiving its Royal Charter in 2005, is a British professional and learned society for education founded in 1910, which serves to promote proficiency in modern languages worldwide. Categories of membership are Student, Associate (ACIL) and Member (MCIL). Fellowship (FCIL) is awarded to linguists following election by existing Fellows and is regarded as a great honour. The IoL Educational Trust is a registered charity and accredited awarding organisation.
Chartered Institute of Linguists
The Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL), known as the Institute of Linguists (IoL) before receiving its Royal Charter in 2005, is a British professional and learned society for education founded in 1910, which serves to promote proficiency in modern languages worldwide. Categories of membership are Student, Associate (ACIL) and Member (MCIL). Fellowship (FCIL) is awarded to linguists following election by existing Fellows and is regarded as a great honour. The IoL Educational Trust is a registered charity and accredited awarding organisation.