“It can make a lot of sense to study a discipline from the outside, so to speak. The way we have put together the English degree at Aarhus highlights things that an English or American university wouldn’t.”
Inger H. Dalsgaard, Associate Professor, English
WHO SHOULD DO THIS MA Degree?
• Students who have the ambition to work in the private or public sector or to continue in education
• Students who are creative, with good communication and presentation skills
• Students who are eager to develop their knowledge, competencies and skills and gain hands-on experience within the creative, cultural, educational, and other industries
WHAT WILL YOU STUDY?
• Students work within the three main sub-disciplines of English
– literature and history, language, and society and culture
• Students study a unique combination of area studies, language and culture, and the creative economy and cultural industries
• Students can do an internship with a company or organisation, or spend a semester studying abroad
The English degree programme at Aarhus University is one of the oldest, dating almost from the university’s foundation in 1928. The department has excellent academic connections within Europe and overseas. You will find a vibrant international community here, with staff from Denmark, Ireland, the UK, the US, India, and Germany, all of whom belong to international research communities. You will meet exchange students from all over the world and you will have the opportunity to tailor your degree to suit your interests and your career plan. In the programme, you will truly experience what it means to use English in an intercultural setting.
An MA in English is the key to a career in a number of fields such as communications, media, publishing, teaching, tourism, IT, and many more.
“Aarhus University counts on international students. It feels like home!”
Ioanna Efstathiou and Marina Arampatzi
Students, MA in English, from Greece
General deadline, applies to everyone.)
Dates reflect the university's timezone.
Tuition fee for the international students.)
European Economic Area tuition fee is applicable to the students from EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.)
The requirements for admission to the Masters degree programme in English vary according to the track you wish to enrol in.
Track A (120 ECTS credits in English)
Examples of Bachelors degrees qualifying for admission to Track A:
Track B (75 ECTS credits in English with a supplementary subject at Masters degree level of 45 ECTS credits)
The admission requirements for Track B of the Masters degree programme are a completed Bachelors degree (135 ECTS credits) in English and a supplementary subject (45 ECTS credits) at Bachelors degree level in another subject taught at upper secondary school.
Examples of Bachelors degrees qualifying for admission to Track B:
Track C (120 ECTS credits in English aimed at upper secondary school teaching)
Track C is an option available to students who have completed a supplementary subject in English at Bachelors degree level and wish to make English their main subject, i.e. to continue studying English.
Admission to the Masters degree programme in English requires Danish at A level or similar.
No work experience is required.
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