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  Modern Languages MRes


University of Chester    Languages and Cultures

Part time See Course MRes 2 years part-time
Languages, Literature & Culture (21)

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Unleash your passion for Modern Languages with our prestigious MRes programme at the University of Chester. Dive deep into your chosen field of study with our comprehensive course structure, designed to nurture your research skills and academic prowess. The programme boasts a unique blend of core modules, including intensive research methodology training and a personalised dissertation project tailored to your interests. Our expert faculty will guide you through every stage of your research journey, ensuring you develop a thorough understanding of Modern Languages and Area Studies. Stand out in the job market with our award-winning Careers and Employability service, offering tailored support to enhance your employability. To join this enriching academic experience, showcase your academic excellence with a good honours degree and a compelling research synopsis. Elevate your academic career with our Modern Languages MRes programme and unlock a world of opportunities.

About the course

Our MRes in Modern Languages offers an excellent opportunity to develop in-depth knowledge and research experience in your chosen field of Modern Languages and Area Studies. Please note that this course recruits in even-numbered years, i.e., 2018, 2020 etc.

Course overview

The course will provide graduate students with the opportunity to develop an independent, substantial piece of scholarly research into a field of Modern Languages and Language Area Studies. Students will be informed by, and to contribute to, broader academic debates about the methods, approaches and practices that underpin the discipline of Modern Languages and Language Area Studies.

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Entry Requirements

A good honours degree (usually a 2:1) or an equivalent qualification is required in any relevant discipline.

Applicants will be required to produce a 300 to 500-word synopsis of the proposed research topic, and attend an interview with the Programme Leader and the proposed supervisor.


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