This innovative course combines cutting-edge 21st-century critical approaches with a range of literary and cultural texts and contexts from the 19th century onwards, enabling you to...Read more
This Master’s programme is the only one in London with an exclusive focus on ‘teaching’ encompassing the areas of TESOL and TEFL – as opposed to Applied Linguistics and is aimed at practising...Read more
Our MA in English Literature offers an exciting and challenging course of graduate study covering a range of periods and genres from the Renaissance to the Contemporary.
During the course you...Read more
Drawing on our long-standing reputation for producing distinguished critics and poets, this programmes creative-critical intersections make it suitable for a new generation of poets and critics alike. ...Read more
This course explores contemporary research issues and a variety of teaching methodologies in English Language Teaching (ELT). You will broaden your understanding of the theoretical and practical issues...Read more
Eight flexible pathways and a broad range of modules
Valued by employers for the combination of communication and analytical skills it fosters, specifically an enhanced understanding of literature...Read more
The MA in English Language and Linguistics combines an intensive introduction to linguistic methodologies and research skills with detailed study of your chosen areas of linguistics...Read more
Linguistics (with specialist pathways in English Language and Language Acquisition) MA
The Linguistics MA allows you to study phonology and syntax alongside a pathway of your choice in English Language or Language Acquisition The course, characterised by its flexibility, equips you with...Read more
Why choose this course
In a world of information overload and alternative facts, the ability to read between the lines is more valuable than ever. Studying English literature equips you with the skills to do this. ...Read more
MA English & Literary Media is a contemporary, modern English degree that emphasises the way that media and digital technology influence how we understand and engage with literature, literary texts and narratives. ...Read more
Why choose this course?
The MA English course aims to provide a stimulating intellectual environment that will enable you to build upon the interests and skills you acquired at undergraduate level. ...Read more
The English Language and Literature MA aims to allow you to explore the interconnections between language and literature. It will provide you with a thorough understanding of the linguistic...Read more
Pursue your love of literature at an advanced level, study modules on topics from the Renaissance to the modern day, and gain research skills that will help you stand out to employers or progress to a PhD. ...Read more
Attracting students from all over the world, this versatile, MA in Linguistics and English Language aims to provide a solid understanding of the basis of language and linguistics and develop...Read more
MA English Literature is an open and flexible programme designed to give you the possibility of exploring the full diversity of English literature.
We want you to join in the debates over the nature...Read more
Choosing the Eighteenth-Century pathway allows you to specialise in the history and culture of the long eighteenth century through interdisciplinary study encompassing literature, history, philosophy...Read more
English Literature PhD/MA by Research (On-Campus or by Distance Learning)
By pursuing research in English Literature at Birmingham, you will be joining a vibrant and dynamic research community thanks to the Department’s diverse research interests and approaches. ...Read more
The MA in Modern Welsh Writing in English is a uniquely compelling programme exploring the emergence of English language and literature within Wales.
Teaching is led by the Centre for...Read more
Who is it for?
City’s MA English will appeal to graduates from backgrounds in English, the Humanities, Creative Writing and other aligned disciplines who wish to develop their skills further at postgraduate level. ...Read more
Research an aspect of English literature (Renaissance to the present), language, critical theory or a combination of these. You work towards a 30,000 word dissertation on a topic agreed...Read more