The School offers a diverse range of taught MA degrees, which are available on a full-time or part-time basis.
- MA in Medieval & Renaissance Studies. A wide-ranging programme, covering topics and material from late Antiquity until the end of the Renaissance and taking advantage of an unrivalled cluster of subject-specialists from across the University, all of whom are members of the Institute for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
- MA in Arabic-English Translation and Interpreting. Designed for near-native (or native) speakers of Arabic, the course combines training in English to Arabic and Arabic to English translation, with a consideration of the relevant theoretical issues. It is suitable both for prospective professional translators and for those wishing to go on to further academic study.
- MA in Translation Studies. An MA offering both intensive practical training and in-depth engagement with translataion theory. The programme allows you to study both theoretical and practical pathways, and includes translation practice and professional accreditation. The MA is a member of the European Masters in Translation Network.
- MA in Culture and Difference. Drawing on a number of approaches, this interdisciplinary programme considers the various ways in which difference, identity, and otherness have been considered by anthropologists, philosophers and cultural theorists. It deals with a wide range of current cultural issues, such as Islamism, European expansion, globalization, postcolonialism and gender.
Postgraduate Funding Opportunities
Postgraduate funding opportunities - find out more on funding packages available for postgraduate study.