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  English MRes

University of Chester    English

Full time & Part time See Course MRes 1 year full-time; 2 years part-time
Languages, Literature & Culture (21)

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Unleash your passion for English Literature and Language with the captivating English MRes programme. Dive into the realm of research with a dedicated supervisor guiding you through an independent research project tailored to your interests. The Research Methods module equips you with essential skills, from navigating databases to presenting at conferences. Engage in stimulating discussions at postgraduate seminars and benefit from a supportive academic environment fostering your growth as a researcher. With a focus on Literature and Language projects, the programme offers a diverse range of modules including the Research Dissertation and Research Methods. Embrace the opportunity to make an original contribution to your field of study through your dissertation. While a 2:1 honours degree in English is the typical requirement, candidates with lower classifications can demonstrate their potential through a written application, research proposal, written work samples, references, and an interview. Elevate your career prospects with advanced communication and research skills honed through this programme, paving the way for a successful future in academia or various other fields.

About the course

If you have an exciting idea for a research topic in English Literature and/or Language, this is an excellent opportunity.

Course overview

The MRes in English is designed to allow you to develop and complete an independent research project in English Literature and/or Language, with the support of a well-qualified supervisor. An initial Research Methods module will ensure that you have the necessary skills to advance to the dissertation.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants normally require a 2:1 honours degree in English Literature, English Language, or English Literature and Language, but consideration will be given to those who hold a lower classification who can demonstrate they are capable of performing at the level required to complete the course successfully. Applicants are subject to written application, research proposal, evidence of written work, references, and interview.

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