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The School of English is one of the largest of its kind in the UK. The School has recently celebrated 125 years of English at Nottingham and has a rich and vibrant research culture.
Our postgraduates benefit from the School’s specialist research centres including the Centre for Regional Literature and Culture (including the D.H. Lawrence Research Centre), the Centre for the Study of the Viking Age, the Centre for Research in Applied Linguistics, and the Institute for Name Studies.
The Hallward Library has excellent provision of books, periodicals and online resources in all aspects of English Studies, with some notable special collections relating to the School’s research, and manuscripts and special collections in custom-built premises. The School also has new laboratory space to support areas of research in applied linguistics.
• Applied Linguistics MA
• Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching MA
• Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching by Web-based Distance Learning MA
• Applied Linguistics by Web-based Distance Learning MA
• Communication and Entrepreneurship MSc
• Creative Writing MA
• English Literature MA
• English Studies MA
• English Studies by Web-based Distance Learning MA
• Health Communication by Web-based Distance Learning MA
• Literary Linguistics by Web-based Distance Learning MA
• Modern English Language by Web-based Distance Learning MA
• Viking and Anglo-Saxon Studies MA
We have 9 University of Nottingham, School of English Masters Degrees
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This course lets you develop your specialism, or study what you love, without the constraints of a set curriculum. You can choose from a large number of ‘pods’ of study, created by subject experts, to build your own programme. Read more
If you are a current language teacher, or interested in pursuing a career in teaching, this course is for you. We explore key issues in English language teaching from multiple perspectives, including. Read more
Working alongside our expert staff, you will investigate how English language is applied in real-life contexts. You will have the option of studying modules in sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, stylistics, first and second language acquisition, and teaching English as a foreign language. Read more
This MA offers you the opportunity to study, in a comparative perspective, in the original language or in translation as appropriate, a range of national and regional literatures from around the world written in European languages taught in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures. Read more
Would you love to see your name in print? Are you curious about the creative industries? Or maybe there’s a poem or novel in you that's waiting to come out? You will be supported to develop your creative work, and learn about the process of writing and publishing from expert staff who are published poets and authors themselves. Read more