MA or Master of Arts is a master's degree awarded in the fields of social sciences, humanities, theology and fine arts. Graduates are required to have a bachelor's degree to be admitted to MA or Master of Arts which typically lasts from one up to two years full-time. Graduates, boys and girls can decide to attend one of these master's degrees by public or private universities, schools of the arts or academies. This path provides graduates with a general knowledge in a discipline and allows a career growth.
The aim of MIBS is to train new professional figures applying the concepts, contents, languages, and methods of management. The goal is to develop specific skills in the context of firms' internationalization.
This is a unique, highly practical course designed to provide a transition for recent graduates into the world of politics and related sectors.
This MA offers you the opportunity to explore key aspects of film analysis, history and practice. Through a range of different approaches to the study of film, including genre and textual analysis, and audience studies, you will be exposed to some of the most pressing debates about film today.
This programme is designed to offer comprehensive training in the core subject areas of linguistics, while also offering you the flexibility to focus on formal linguistics, sociolinguistics or the exciting and emerging links between them
The school has particular strengths in international security, conflict and war, the political economy of North-South relations, international political theory, Middle East politics, and the transition from the Cold War to the contemporary post-Cold War world
This MA programme builds on our thriving undergraduate programme in Comparative Literature. This field, sometimes also understood as comparative cultural studies, has since its beginnings, recognised the realities of cultural movement and of exchange and dialogue.
This interdisciplinary programme takes the city as its focus, using London as a central example, resource and inspiration.
Community organising is about bringing people together to achieve change through political action. The first of its kind in the UK, this programme will take you to the heart of community-led action in the East End of London
The MA English Studies: English Literature pathway mixes structure and flexibility. It combines a specially-designed core module with the opportunity to select further options from across the whole range of MA modules on offer in the Department of English.
On the MA, you will study British history from the Victorian era to the present day, with specialities in the history of government and politics, foreign affairs and war, gender, emotions, medicine and psychology.
The MA English: Early Modern Studies pathway gives you the opportunity to explore the vibrant culture that existed in Europe between 1300 and 1700. A unique feature of this pathway is that it provides the chance for you to explore the Medieval and Early Modern periods.
The MA in Documentary Practice provides a creative production environment within a research-based postgraduate Film Studies department. Our combination of production professionalism and academic excellence is key to promoting intellectual, current, and socially engaged documentary makers.
Our MA English Literature: Eighteenth-Century Literature and Romanticism pathway takes a truly interdisciplinary approach, and explores the history of genres, philosophy, politics, history, and visual culture, amongst other topics.
The Applied Linguistics for English Language Teaching programme is aimed at students with little or no teaching experience, who want to improve their understanding of linguistics as applied to English Language teaching.
The MA in Anglo-German Cultural Relations is the first of its kind in the UK and is an integral part of the Centre for Anglo-German Cultural Relations. It is the only MA focusing exclusively upon the history, theory and practice of Anglo-German cultural relations from c1800 to today.
The MA draws on the expertise of academic staff in the fields of the history of political thought and intellectual history and offers advanced training in intellectual history, the history of political thought and philosophy, spanning the period from the ancient world to the Twenty-First Century.
The MA in Theatre and Performance is an innovative programme that is committed to socially-engaged and critically inventive exploration into theatre and performance.
Our programme is a dynamic forum for you to reflect critically on contemporary issues such as cultural diversity, race, religion, gender and power.
The MA in History allows you to draw on a broad range of options to design a programme that best reflects your needs and interests. You might, for example, focus on chronologically diverse modules which are united by cultural or political themes, or you may prefer to specialise by period or region.
The MA in Cities and Cultures combines the study of cultural geography with a specific focus on urban cultures, both past and present.
It allows you to form a critical perspective on Shakespeare as a global cultural phenomenon from Elizabethan England to the 21st century. You will examine the afterlife of his plays as they have been read, performed and translated not only linguistically but in cultural contexts and new media.