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Discover how the English language has developed historically, how pronunciation varies from place to place, and how linguistic analysis of literary texts project text worlds and characters.

English Language at Lancaster University has a long tradition in producing world-leading teaching and research in a broad range of sub-disciplines. We offer a unique combination of large-scale empirical expertise in areas such as corpus methods and phonetics, as well as historical linguistics, discourse analysis and literary stylistics.

This English Language MA programme, founded over 10 years ago, focuses on the description and explanation of the English language, including its structure, functions and social contexts of use. English language here refers to the linguistic study of English as an academic

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Entry Requirements

2:1 Hons degree (UK or equivalent) in an English language/linguistics-related degree or one with a number of language/linguistics-related subjects.


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