About the Programme
This MA programme is designed to provide students with interpretive skills, academic research tools, and a critical perspective in the fields of English Studies. Students are introduced to basic theoretical fields such as history and theory of literature, theories of language, the social uses of language, gender studies and the multimediality of culture. An overview of academic research tools in the information society and the digital humanities is also presented during the course of studies, and students participate in interactive seminars, research practice and thesis writing consultations.
Rigorous coursework develops abilities of understanding the human subject in the linguistic, historical, ideological complexities of society. During the programme there is a focus on developing skills of academic research, critical thinking, argumentative academic writing and analytical skills. Graduates of the Faculty usually choose their careers in cultural and public administration, tourism, media and at international business companies. There is also an opportunity to continue studies in PhD programmes.
Specialisation options: (after the comprehensive general courses of the first semester) Applied Linguistics, Interdisciplinary Cultural Studies, or Gender Studies.
Level of the programme: Master’s
Duration of the programme: 4 semesters
Registered in: EU
Who should apply?
We welcome applicants who are interested in critical thinking, cultural studies, feminist scholarship, applied linguistics and English Studies. Applicants with BA in American Studies or English Studies are given preference.
Application requirements: a BA diploma, international certificate of advanced command of English (TOEFL Score: min. 95 (min of 20 in each section) or, TOEFL ITP Score: min 627, or IELTS Band: min. 7 (min. 6 reading and writing) or, Cambridge Advanced English [CAE]) / other certificate of advanced command of English accepted by the department / written document certifying the completion of a minimum of four semesters of studies, instructed in English, accepted by the department / in exceptional cases, other proof of proficiency equivalent to these accepted by the department
Start of the programme: September of each year
Tuition fee: 1900 EUR / semester (Please kindly note that after being accepted, non-EU applicants will need to pay 2 semesters' tuition fee toghether for the first academic year. For further information, you can contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Other fees: 35 EUR application fee (non-refundable) and 250 EUR entrance exam fee (non-refundable)
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