MA or Master of Arts is a master's degree awarded by universities, schools of the arts or academies in 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.
The bachelor or master's degree in humanitic area first, then a master program always in the humanities: this is the ideal path for graduated boys and girls who want to specialize in the historical, philosophical, literary area and want to become men and women of success with a career as a teachers, academics, experts.
A master program full time requires a full-time commitment for the duration of the course. It is a postgraduate course aimed at graduates, students, men and women, that can attend classes during the whole day. Usually caters to students with graduation, bachelor's or master's degree
Graduates and professionals who choose master programs or postgraduate courses with duration between seven and twelve months are willing to invest up to one year to complete their education after graduation, bachelor's or master's degee. They are usually young men and women who decide to follow these paths to perfect their skills.
This is an International post-graduate Master. It is an intensive, full-time programme. This Master aims to provide the students with deep knowledge of European institutions, policies and fundings.
This is a unique, highly practical course designed to provide a transition for recent graduates into the world of politics and related sectors.
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 MA in Global and Imperial History is ideal for anyone interested in understanding how the legacies of imperialism and post-colonialism have shaped the world we live in.
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 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 course is suitable whether English is your first language or not. It will provide you with professional training aimed at the translation and interpreting markets, and an opportunity to build on your existing language skills to develop a career in those sectors.
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.
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.
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.
This interdisciplinary programme takes the city as its focus, using London as a central example, resource and inspiration.
The Technical and Specialised Translation MA is open to you if your first language is English. The course will prepare you for a career in the translation market, building on your existing language skills to translate professionally into English from one or two foreign languages.
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
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.
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.
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 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 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.
The English Language and Linguistics MA aims to provide you with a thorough understanding of the linguistic features of English from a wide range of perspectives: theoretical and applied, synchronic and diachronic.
Our MA English Studies: Writing in the Modern Age pathway explores 20th and 21st century literature and culture. Its core module, ‘Modernism and After’, tracks the central debates that run through modern writing and criticism
This course provides you with a specialist combination of theoretical academic study and robust practical application and skills development in English language teaching.