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Full Time Masters Degrees in Languages, Literature & Culture, Leicester, United Kingdom

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De Montfort University Arts, Design and Humanities
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The English Language Teaching MA is aimed at language specialists worldwide; native or non-native speakers of English. It is ideal for those who have previous experience of English Language Teaching (ELT) and/or research in this discipline. Read more
The English Language Teaching MA is aimed at language specialists worldwide; native or non-native speakers of English. It is ideal for those who have previous experience of English Language Teaching (ELT) and/or research in this discipline.

The course explores contemporary research issues and a variety of teaching methodologies in ELT, and gives you the opportunity to broaden your understanding of the theoretical and practical issues that ELT teachers and learners face in the classroom.

While focusing on research trends and issues, this MA is designed to improve your opportunities for teaching English language in a variety of different situations, both in the UK and abroad. It differs from many other master's degrees as it includes a mix of practical and theoretical subjects that will be useful for English language teachers.

You will be taught in excellent classroom facilities within our Centre for English Language Learning, which is accredited by the British Council. Taught modules will require preparatory reading and weekly attendance over two terms. Formal classroom contact will normally include a two-hour session per week, per module, and will take the form of a workshop. This may require attendance at the university for up to three days a week.

All members of the English language department are highly qualified and experienced and bring a truly international dimension to their teaching.

The course is designed primarily to enhance your potential and future career prospects in English Language Teaching and further ELT research. Graduates have gone on to be a director of studies, web based teacher and designer, ESP trainer
for multinational companies, materials and resource designer and a one-to-one tutor.

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University of Leicester English
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This course will allow you to deepen your existing knowledge, discover new fields, and acquire the skills to enable independent research at an advanced level. Read more
This course will allow you to deepen your existing knowledge, discover new fields, and acquire the skills to enable independent research at an advanced level. You will be asked to consider how the interpretation of works might be affected by editorial and contextual factors, and you will be introduced to theories of textual editing, book history and material culture

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University of Leicester English
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To provide an inter-disciplinary approach to the study of the Victorian period. Read more
To provide an inter-disciplinary approach to the study of the Victorian period. Members of the Department of History of Art and Film, the School of History, and the Centres for English Local History and Urban History, together with members of the School of English, offer a range of perspectives on Victorian literature, art and society in the light of modern cultural and literary theory. The list of course tutors below illustrates the inter-disciplinary nature of the course.

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University of Leicester English
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This course aims to provide a well-structured knowledge base for the systematic study of English Linguistics from current synchronic and diachronic perspectives. Read more
This course aims to provide a well-structured knowledge base for the systematic study of English Linguistics from current synchronic and diachronic perspectives. You will gain appropriate research-based skills (intellectual and practical) to enable you to conduct team-based and independent research projects. In recognition of the variation inherent in undergraduate curricula, this course allows you to build on your existing knowledge while you are acquiring a foundation in a broad range of linguistic methodologies and approaches.

The course will help you to develop an independent approach to learning whereby you will become increasingly responsible for organising your own study and formulating individual research questions. This process will be invaluable if you decide to proceed to PhD-level research, but you will also be able to develop transferable skills in written and spoken communication, and in the collection, analysis and evaluation of data of many kinds and from many sources.

Your ability to present and use this data effectively in response to research questions will be invaluable in many professional settings. We will also be developing your ability to reflect critically on the knowledge and understanding you have gained as well as on your own learning and communication skills.

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University of Leicester Modern Languages
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The MA in Translation Studies aims to prepare you for the translation professions and for advanced professional or academic research. Read more
The MA in Translation Studies aims to prepare you for the translation professions and for advanced professional or academic research. It combines practice in translating between English and one other language with education in the academic intellectual discipline of Translation Studies.

You will be introduced to the history and theory of translation and to current issues in the discipline; you will receive thorough grounding in research skills and research paradigms relevant to advanced investigations of translation processes, products, contexts and producers, so that you will be ready to enter the professions or progress to further academic study.

The programme is available for English in combination with most other languages including Arabic, Chinese, Danish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish (students with languages other than those listed are advised to enquire before applying).

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De Montfort University Arts, Design and Humanities
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The English MA offers the best of both taught and research-focused postgraduate courses, enabling students to concentrate on their chosen assessments and individual interests while teaching them the practical skills involved in Humanities research, ranging from first-hand experience of conference management, presenting work and writing for publication. Read more
The English MA offers the best of both taught and research-focused postgraduate courses, enabling students to concentrate on their chosen assessments and individual interests while teaching them the practical skills involved in Humanities research, ranging from first-hand experience of conference management, presenting work and writing for publication. It is an ideal stepping-stone to either research at PhD level or a career in teaching, publishing, research or event management. The focus on individual choice, developing your own specialisms, enables you to produce your best possible work.

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