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The suite of taught modules have been carefully constructed to take you on a series of journeys - from a discussion of American Studies itself as an approach, and then from the immediate localities, regions and borders of the United States, to the wider national and international settings. Read more
University of York Department of Politics
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The MA focuses on the use of rights discourse and tools within the human rights mainstream and in a range of related fields (development, humanitarianism, conflict transformation, the environment, public health etc.). Read more
University of York Department of Education
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The Department of Education, in collaboration with the Centre for English Language Teaching, offers a one-year (12-month) taught full-time MA in Applied Linguistics for English Language Teaching (MAALELT). Read more
University of York Department of Education
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The Department of Education, in collaboration with the Centre for English Language Teaching, offers a one-year (12-month) taught full-time MA in Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching (MAALLT). Read more
The programme is designed for both qualified and intending teachers of English to speakers of other languages. It attracts students from different parts of the world, who bring with them a diverse mix of educational backgrounds and experiences. Read more
Whether you have experience in translation or are hoping to break into the profession, we will help you to develop your individual interests within the context of your professional practice and encourage you to present your research findings to the applied linguistic community. Read more
Why study Applied Theatre at York St John?. Your own practice is at the centre of the programme - A central focus is your own individual practice, with specialist modules providing the opportunity to develop new skills and techniques in different locations and contexts. Read more
University of York Department of Archaeology
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Research degrees, based on the writing of a thesis, can be undertaken in three ways - for this course, it is. MA by research (one year fulltime). Read more
University of York Department of Archaeology
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Highly respected qualification in buildings archaeology. Established more than 15 years ago, this course is one of the longest-established and most respected buildings archaeology and buildings history programmes in the UK. Read more
University of York Department of Music
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York was the first university to introduce a Community Music module to its undergraduate course and is now the first to establish a programme at a postgraduate level. Read more
Professor Lee Higgins, director of the ICCM, writes that ‘music making is a fundamental aspect of the human experience and is therefore an intrinsic and foundational part of human culture and society. Read more
Rigorous training in the comparative analysis of institutions, from local to international. The MA in Comparative and International Social Policy will train you in comparative and international policy analysis, research and design. Read more
Social and policy research coupled with comparative analysis that has an international dimension. This masters programme is ideal for mid-career professionals. Read more
The MA in Comparative Syntax and Semantics will allow students to develop their own areas of interest and expertise in generative syntax and/or formal semantics. Read more
University of York Department of Politics
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Investigate the challenges that face our rapidly evolving but delicately balanced world. Development is an inherently political process of change that tests human relationships. Read more

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