|Application deadline:||International applications (non-EU) 25 July 2014 UK and EU applications 29 August 2014|
|Tuition fee:|| |
|Start date:||September 2014|
|Duration full-time:||12 months|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
|Educational variant:||Part-time, Full-time|
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This Masters in Celtic Studies is an interdisciplinary programme specialising in the medieval Celtic languages, literature, history and archaeology covering the whole span of the Middle Ages from the 6th to the 16th centuries.
* MLitt: 12 months full-time; 24 months part-time
The programme provides an excellent platform for you to move onto PhD studies and an academic career.
* The wide-ranging curriculum can be tailored to your own undergraduate experience. This means the programme is suitable whether you have a Celtic Studies degree or you come from a related subject such as history, literature, or archaeology.
* This programme will provide you with a highly stimulating environment, learning from internationally renowned scholars.
* You will participate in the lively research culture of the Centre for Scottish and Celtic Studies, including weekly research seminars across the academic session.
* You will enjoy easy access to our research archive, the MacLean Room, which houses our range of books, periodicals and other printed material relating to Celtic and Gaelic.
* At Glasgow, you are uniquely well placed to study the medieval Celts in the context of Scottish Gaelic. Through the work of its Gaelic Officer and the Gàidhlig@OilthighGhlaschu initiative, Celtic and Gaelic provides you an unparalleled opportunity to work and socialise in a bilingual environment and to experience the music and culture of contemporary Gaelic Scotland.
* In the most recent independent review of research quality (RAE 2008), Celtic Studies at Glasgow was rated top in Scotland.
The taught Masters programme in Celtic Studies at the University of Glasgow is an interdisciplinary programme focussing on the Medieval Celtic languages, literature and history, taught and run by participating scholars from Celtic and Gaelic, Archaeology and History. Glasgows wealth of expertise offers students a chance to branch out into many different specialist studies, as well as gaining a good grounding in one or more of the medieval Celtic languages. Its flexible structure of core courses combined with specialist work allows it to be suitable both for those who already have an undergraduate degree in Celtic Studies or a similar subject, and for those who come to the degree with little exposure to Celtic Studies but having previous university experience of another related subject such as history, literature, or archaeology. While the programme is intended to provide an excellent base for those who wish to proceed to further research in the form of a PhD, it is also open to those who wish to study the subject for a year for its own sake, or who wish to bolt on knowledge of Celtic Studies to their other learning, skills and expertise. It can be taken over one year, or part-time over two years.
You will take two core courses, choose two optional courses (one per semester) and study a Celtic Language. You will also produce a dissertation on a specialist topic agreed with your supervisor.
* Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Scottish Culture (Semester 1)
* Themes and debates in Celtic studies (Semester 2)
You will also take introductory courses in one of the medieval Celtic languages. If appropriate, you may do advanced study in one of these languages. You may, if appropriate, take a course in Scottish Gaelic instead.
* Introduction to Early Gaelic (Old and Middle Irish)
* Introduction to Middle Welsh.
Optional courses from a wide range of specialist courses including
* Celtic Art: An Interdisciplinary Approach
* Celtic Place-names of Scotland
* Critical Issues in Early Gaelic Literature
* Finn in Gaelic Literature
* Legal traditions in Medieval Ireland and Wales
* Literacy in Celtic Culture and Society: An Interdisciplinary Approach
* Picts: An Interdisciplinary Approach
* Special Option (Semester 1 or 2) [This is a course of guided reading, directed by a specialist in a field of your choice, designed to produce a research essay of c. 5000 words]
You may alternatively, with the approval of the programme organiser, take a taught course from a related Masters programme or take another language course.
You will write a dissertation of 10000-15000 words on a topic of your choice, benefitting from the expert supervision of our staff.
Entry requirements for postgraduate taught programmes are a 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification (for example, GPA 3.0 or above) in a relevant subject unless otherwise specified.
Note: a short (one paragraph) statement of interest is also required.
Further information regarding academic entry requirements:email@example.com
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|TOEFL iBT® test:||92|
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