Postgraduate studies: Masters courses

Masters Funding for 2017 entry

Applications for WRoCAH Masters Studentships and the Faculty Arts and Humanities Masters Scholarships for 2017 are NOW OPEN. Find out more here.

MA degrees are modular in format. Students must accumulate a total of 180 credits by taking a series of course units or modules which typically carry a credit rating of 30 or 15 credits. These credits are accumulated over 12 months (full-time study) or 24 months (part-time study). The Department contributes to a number of MA courses in the School (for more information about each course click on the titles):

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MA in Translation Studies

This course gives students a grounding in the theory of translation, exposure to common translators' tools, and practice translating from their chosen languages into English.

We offer modules in Russian to English Translation, Czech to English Translation, and Polish to English Translation, as well as assisting in the supervision of projects and dissertations for this course.

MA in Screen Translation

This course aims to introduce students to the audiovisual medium of screen translation through modules in the theory and practice of subtitling and dubbing and approaches to screen translation.

We offer modules in Russian to English Translation, Czech to English Translation, and Polish to English Translation, as well as assisting in the supervision of projects and dissertations for this course.

MA in Intercultural Communication

This course focuses on communication and work in multicultural environments.

We offer modules in Russian, Polish, and Czech language as part of this course.

MA in Multilingual Information Management

This MA, delivered by the Department of Information Studies and the SLC, focuses on the cross-cultural and multilingual aspects of the management of information.

We offer modules in Russian, Polish, and Czech language as part of this course.