A variety of postgraduate degree programmes is available in the School of Modern Languages, taking in all the languages represented by research in the School, ranging from European languages to East Asian languages, even providing the opportunity to study an indigenous language with Quechua.
We offer a range of taught programmes, covering different methodological approaches and fields of studies from Linguistics to Film Studies, and invite research applications in all areas of the School's expertise.
For course content, entry requirements, fees, funding and visa information please see our degree descriptions:
For course content, research areas, research skills training, entry requirements, fees, funding and visa information please see our degree descriptions:
Students who are considering a postgraduate research degree may find it helpful to find out more about the Schools' major research areas and the particular interests of members of staff. This will help you in selecting a potential supervisor.
The School of Modern Languages offers a broad range of studentships for postgraduate students studying for a Master or a PhD. The latest funding opportunities will be posted online as they are announced.
The School runs this three month course for PGCE students to equip them with the skills and knowledge to teach German as well as French. The course runs over the summer and is fully funded.