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  English: Issues in Modern Culture MA

University College London    Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Full time & Part time September MA 1 year full time, 2 years part time
Creative Arts & Design (9) Languages, Literature & Culture (21)

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Unleash your potential with the English: Issues in Modern Culture MA at UCL. Dive into literary works and societal developments from c. 1900 onwards while honing your research skills. This unique programme offers a diverse range of media, forms, and genres, guided by acclaimed academics and enriched by UCL's exceptional literary collections. Delve into Modern Literature and Culture, Critical Contexts, and Special Topics modules to explore technologies, media, and art forms shaping writing today. Ideal for English graduates or related disciplines, this MA equips you with essential research skills for further academic pursuits. Benefit from UCL's outstanding research record, extensive library holdings, and vibrant literary culture in London. Prepare for a career in writing, publishing, journalism, or academia, with networking opportunities and support for doctoral research. Join us to enhance your communication, analytical, and critical thinking skills, and embark on a fulfilling academic journey. Are you ready to shape the future of literature and culture?

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Cement your skills for possible future careers in research, the media or communications through this programme that explores literary works and societal developments from c. 1900 onwards. The English: Issues in Modern Culture MA enables you to study a range of media, forms and genres while developing crucial research skills. Taught at UCL, with its acclaimed academics, leading research and literary collections, this is a unique opportunity. 

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Entry Requirements

A minimum of an upper second-class Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline from a UK university or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard will normally be required. This is a competitive MA, however, and the majority of our successful applicants either have, or are predicted to gain, a first class undergraduate degree (or overseas equivalent).


UK tuition fees (2024/25)
Full-time: £15,100
Part-time: £7,550

Overseas tuition fees (2024/25)
Full-time: £31,100
Part-time: £15,550

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