Linguistics and English Language MA

This versatile master's programme provides students with a solid understanding of the basis of language and linguistics, enabling you to develop a valuable insight into the relationship between language, culture and society.

The course emphasises the practical application of linguistic theories to the wider social context and aims to enhance your analytical skills by introducing different approaches to the analysis of language in use. You will be taught by renowned academics that are actively involved in current research; they bring their experience to the classroom, using it to inform their teaching and ensuring up-to-date, relevant content on all the course units. You will also be supported throughout your studies by our excellent network of student support services, enabling the opportunity for you to achieve your full potential.

MA Award
Full-time, Part-time Study Mode
1 years Duration

Entry Requirements For This Course

You will normally have at least an upper second-class UK undergraduate honours degree (or international equivalent) in Linguistics, English Language, English, Education or a related/compatible subject or combination of subjects. Candidates with a lower second-class degree or degrees from unrelated disciplines are however encouraged to apply and will be considered on their merits, as will people with non-traditional qualifications.

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