793 Masters in Language, Literature and Cultural Studies

Literature studies offer a wide field of specialisations. Besides studying world literatures, literary theory (criticism, poetics, rhetoric) and creative writing are possible focus areas. Besides classical fields such as phonetics, languages or etymology, in the field of linguistics there are also inter-disciplinary research areas such as computational linguistics for example.

Language, Literature and Cultural Studies

Find and compare 793 Masters in Language, Literature and Cultural Studies in United Kingdom. Below is a selection of the available study options. If you're interested in studying Language, Literature and Cultural Studies in United Kingdom you can view all 793 Master's programmes. You can also read more about the Language, Literature and Cultural Studies discipline in general or about studying in United Kingdom.

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  • Master in Literature

    MA Literature is our flagship course. Two of your five modules are compulsory: The Novel acts as a good grounding to the study of literature at MA level and as a focal point for all our students on this course, while Research Methods in Literary and Cultural Analysis offers essential training in the skills and methodology necessary to succeed at this, and higher, levels of graduate research.

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  • Master in Eighteenth-Century Studies (Paris Option)

    The MA in Eighteenth-Century Studies offers an intellectually dynamic introduction to one of the most exciting eras in literary history. Grounded in, and administered from, the Centre for Studies in the Long Eighteenth Century, this is an interdisciplinary programme that builds upon the expertise and common research interests of 18th-century researchers and teachers across the Faculty of Humanities. The Centre provides an excellent research context for the MA and any further postgraduate work that arises from it. The Centre regularly hosts visiting speakers as part of the School of English research seminar programme and hosts day symposia, workshops and international conferences.

  • Master in Creative Writing

    With a full programme of workshops and critical study, this MA provides a forum for you to work on your own writing in different genres while being supported by published practitioners. The Writers' Workshop will encourage you to develop your writing 'voice' through engagement with fellow students across a range of genre (in fiction or creative non-fiction), while the Special Study module enables you to specialise in one genre, such as fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama or screen writing.

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  • Master in English Literary Studies

    The MA is a broad-based programme that allows you to explore the interrelations of text, theory, and culture across the field of English literary and cultural studies. This flexible programme is designed to give you an advanced understanding of the study and practice of academic English in terms of cultural analysis, textual interpretation, and theoretical method.

  • Master in English Language and Linguistics

    The MA in English Language and Linguistics combines an intensive introduction to linguistic methodologies and research skills with detailed study of selected areas and issues in the field. Students can expect to develop a broad knowledge of diachronic and synchronic linguistics, a command of methodologies for understanding and analysing language, and the skills of independent scholarly enquiry, information retrieval and presentation.

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