English Literature (MA, POG Dip) ()

the United Kingdom

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About English Literature (MA, POG Dip) at University of Warwick

The MA in English gives you the opportunity to study an extensive range of literary genres, texts, and approaches. You'll take one core critical theory module - such as Postcolonial Theory, Feminist Literary Theory, or Drama and Performance Theory - which will allow you to explore a particular strand of literary theory in depth.

Alongside this core module, you'll take three other modules and we give you the freedom to choose from an exciting array of options that reflect the breadth of research expertise on offer in our Department, a range reflected by regularly running modules such as The Development of English Drama, Modern Japanese Fiction, The Condition of England: Perceptions in Victorian Literature, and The Poetics of Urban Modernism. Finally, you'll write a 16,000-word dissertation. An expert in the field will help you find an appropriate supervisor, and we'll give you all the help and support you need to find a topic that inspires you to make the most of this extended research project.

The Diploma in English Literature is designed for those whose undergraduate background is not in English but wish to study English Literature at a higher level. In most cases it provides a bridge to MA study or a higher-level qualification, but can also be studied as an independent qualification. Recent postgraduates have advanced to pursue further research or roles in broadcasting, journalism, public relations, market research, publishing and teaching both in the UK and abroad.

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Full time:
Home/EU: £8,170
Overseas: £18,380

Part time:
Home/EU: £4,085
Overseas: £9,190

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