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Full Time MA Degrees in Languages, Literature & Culture, Belfast, United Kingdom

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The MA in Irish Literature (one year full-time or two years part-time) provides students with a solid grounding in the literary, intellectual and aesthetic traditions of Ireland from the 18th century to the present day. Read more
The MA in Irish Literature (one year full-time or two years part-time) provides students with a solid grounding in the literary, intellectual and aesthetic traditions of Ireland from the 18th century to the present day. All students take modules in Northern Irish Culture and choose from specialist modules across a range of periods and genres. The course is suited to English Literature graduates keen to pursue advanced-level study either as an end in itself or as preparation for a PhD. Funding is available to the best students from various sources, including AHRC, DEL and the School of English at Queen’s.

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Shakespeare and Renaissance Studies (one year full-time or two years part-time) provides students with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of English Renaissance literature and culture from an interdisciplinary perspective. Read more
Shakespeare and Renaissance Studies (one year full-time or two years part-time) provides students with an in-depth knowledge and understanding of English Renaissance literature and culture from an interdisciplinary perspective. All students are introduced to the methodologies and theories underpinning Renaissance studies today, and choose from a wide range of specialist modules. The course is suited to English Literature graduates who wish to pursue advanced-level study either as an end in itself or as preparation for a PhD. Funding is available to the best students from various sources, including AHRC, DEL and the School of English at Queen’s.

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The MA in English Speech and Language (one year full-time or two years part-time) provides students with advanced training in the study and analysis of language. Read more
The MA in English Speech and Language (one year full-time or two years part-time) provides students with advanced training in the study and analysis of language. It covers the core areas of linguistics (including phonetics, phonology, semantics, syntax) and reflects staff specialisms (including prosody, clinical and corpus linguistics, critical discourse analysis, stylistics). The course is suited to English Language and/or Linguistics graduates who wish to pursue advanced-level study either as an end in itself or as preparation for a PhD. Funding is available to the best students from various sources, including AHRC, DEL and the School of English at Queen’s.

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The MA in Modern Literary Studies (one year full-time or two years part-time) allows students to develop an in-depth knowledge and understanding of modern literary theory and modern Anglophone literary cultures. Read more
The MA in Modern Literary Studies (one year full-time or two years part-time) allows students to develop an in-depth knowledge and understanding of modern literary theory and modern Anglophone literary cultures. The course includes British, North American, Caribbean and Commonwealth writing in English, from the 18th century to the beginnings of the 21st century. The course is suited to English Literature graduates keen to pursue advanced-level study either as an end in itself or as preparation for a PhD. Funding is available to the best students from various sources, including AHRC, DEL and the School of English at Queen’s.

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The MA in Medieval Literature (one year full-time or two years part-time) allows students to explore one of the most interesting areas of English studies. Read more
The MA in Medieval Literature (one year full-time or two years part-time) allows students to explore one of the most interesting areas of English studies. Students participate in seminars and symposia, experience the challenges of Middle English, Old English or medieval Latin (amongst others), and engage with staff and visiting experts in some of the pressing methodological and critical debates of the day. The course is also designed to introduce students to the possibilities of doctoral study in the area. Funding is available to the best students from various sources, including AHRC, DEL and the School of English at Queen’s.

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The MA in Irish Studies at Queen’s provides students with an unrivalled opportunity to examine Ireland in its global contexts. Read more
The MA in Irish Studies at Queen’s provides students with an unrivalled opportunity to examine Ireland in its global contexts. With options from Literature, History, Politics, Archaeology, Anthropology, and Sociology the MA allows students to pursue challenging cross-disciplinary themes such as heritage and identities, language and arts, peace and conflict, reflecting the rich cultural legacy of Ireland at home and across the world. Students will explore the possibilities and opportunities in inter-disciplinary work in one of the world’s leading centres of Irish Studies research. Our new core interdisciplinary module on ‘Belfast: Place, Identity and Memory in a Contested City' introduces students to debates in Irish Studies through the case study of Belfast in its historical, cultural, political and social aspects. We will guide students in choosing Irish-related options to meet their particular interests and provide appropriate research training to undertake a research dissertation on their chosen subject.

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The MA in Interpreting offers a high-quality, supportive teaching and learning environment that provides students with an advanced qualification enabling them to work at the highest professional level in a broad range of settings. Read more
The MA in Interpreting offers a high-quality, supportive teaching and learning environment that provides students with an advanced qualification enabling them to work at the highest professional level in a broad range of settings. A series of value-added activities and workshops enable students to acquire both subject-specific knowledge and the cognitive and transferable skills essential to a successful interpreting career. The course includes four taught modules: Principles and Practices of Interpreting, Research Contexts, Public Service Interpreting, and Commercial Interpreting. as well as a double-module dissertation. The programme will be offered in two language pairs: English/Polish and English/Mandarin.

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Internationally-known teaching staff. Training in business practice and translation for special purposes. Proven progression into professional practice. Read more
• Internationally-known teaching staff
• Training in business practice and translation for special purposes
• Proven progression into professional practice
• Work-placements
• Stakeholder steering group: networking events
• Value-added elements: Certificate in Translation Technologies; Certificate in Entrepreneurial Skills
• A range of literary-based and theoretical modules
• Gateway to doctoral study
• Dedicated seminar series by leading international theorists and practioners
• Flexible teaching arrangements
• A range of specialist international partners

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The MA in English Literary Studies provides the opportunity for students to engage with the breadth of literary study available across the School, rather than focusing on a specific pathway. Read more
The MA in English Literary Studies provides the opportunity for students to engage with the breadth of literary study available across the School, rather than focusing on a specific pathway. Students will be able to choose a flexible arrangement of modules which bypass traditional period, genre or national boundaries to focus on their interests and develop new areas of research, supported by the research expertise of the School's staff.

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