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This programme, delivered by and taught at the . Shakespeare Institute. in Stratford-upon-Avon, offers an unrivalled opportunity for the study of Shakespeare. .
Are you interested in learning the ways in which Shakespeare has been used in the classroom at different historical and cultural moments?.
Do you want to immerse yourself in the works of Shakespeare? Are you interested in understanding how Shakespeare’s plays work in performance?.
Translation, as a trade and an art, plays and important part in bringing nations together, and facilitating dialogue, understanding and co-operation.
This programme is ideally suited to internationally oriented careers in the public or private sector. Course Outline. Through this programme, graduates gain a high-level understanding of political and economic power in a globalised world.
This innovative programme - which offers specialist coaching in translation from Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, French, Spanish or German - prepares you both for a professional career in the global language industry and for ongoing research.
Multicultural teaching environment. first year at Aston University, second year at Sciences Po Lille, France. Course outline. An innovative, 2-year Masters programme taught in Birmingham and in Lille, which offers students an internationally-oriented understanding of European and international affairs.
This programme offers a unique approach to the study of Shakespeare’s life and work, fusing traditional scholarly approaches with the thrill of being involved in new creative work.
The MA African Studies is a multidisciplinary programme focusing on contemporary Africa. It provides you with an understanding of major social, cultural, political and economic developments in Africa and the Diaspora.
Alongside linguistics modules, students will learn about the legal and forensic contexts. You will explore how linguists have developed understandings and critiques of the language of the law and methods of analysis to provide evidence in a variety of legal contexts.
Studying English Literature at postgraduate level opens up a whole host of vibrant and intellectually stimulating avenues to explore.
The course aims to foster innovative perspectives and new understandings of Chinese contemporary art, design, visual culture and contemporary China, through transdisciplinary practice, research training and professional development.