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About the course

Study the medieval period from a variety of different perspectives and choose topicss and options from eight different departments across Arts & Humanities including Classics, Digital Humanities, English, French, German, History, Music and Theology. 

In addition to a huge choice of options, we offer a module taught in partnership with the British Museum, drawing on its world-famous collection. Our wide-ranging course allows you to build a programme of study that reflects your own particular interests and to develop a specialism exploring a theme or topic in your master’s dissertation.

Key benefits

  • Unrivalled location, gives students access to major libraries, institutes and societies for medievalists.
  • Flexible combination of core skills and training modules.
  • Unique range of

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Entry Requirements

Bachelor's degree with 2:1 honours in an arts subject.

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Giulia

"The two things that first attracted me to King’s were staff reputation and the university’s connections. It was the opportunity to be mentored by Arden editors and taught at The Globe Theatre which made me accept the offer to study Shakespeare at King’s. I have not regretted my choice.

Through this programme I have obtained a 12-month internship at The Globe – a crash course in application of academic research which will undoubtedly prove an extremely transferable skill. Being completely self-funded, I will have to work for a few years to be able to afford a PhD, and I feel that my time at King’s is well preparing me for that necessity. My career interests lie in theatre management and publishing, two areas into which my internship and the invaluable support of the editors on staff have cast precious insight.

I’d advise prospective students to choose a subject they adore. Graduate study is hard work, so the only way you are going to find the determination to be the best you can be is if your specialist area is the thing you want to do most in the world!"


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