The Master's programme in English Language and Culture aims to develop a critical, reflective and scholarly attitude towards the disciplines
of English Language and Literature.
The Master's programme in this form will disappear by September 2012.
You have an excellent knowledge of English and you know your English literary classics. But how do you place them in their cultural context? How do you relate new novels or plays to that cultural heritage? How can you investigate new linguistics trends or appreciate the variety of Englishes used all over the world? This one-and-a-half year Master's programme examines various aspects of English Language and Culture, concentrating on literature in its social and cultural context.
Graduates of the programme will be able to participate in the important debates concerning theory, methodology and interpretation in their chosen subjects. They will have developed the skills needed to conduct research, and gained practical experience in completing a major research project.
Graduates with Master's degree in English Language and Culture find employment as researchers, with publishing firms, in administrative
jobs and in the field of internationalization.
BA degree in English Language and Culture
Non-native speakers of English are required to have an excellent command of the English language. They should have a minimum TOEFL score of 620; TOEFL IbT (internetbased) score of 105; or an overall IELTS band score of 7 (Academic Module).
IELTS overall band: 7, TOEFL paper based: 620, TOEFL internet based: 105
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