English - Modernities: Literature, Theory & Culture from the Romantics to the Present MA Track
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All IMP students will take modules worth 60 credits including 40 credits of Language Centre core modules and 20 credits of undergraduate (UG) programme modules.
Language Centre Modules (40 credits)
- LC5001 Independent Research Project I (15 credits)
- LC5002 Research Methods: Interdisciplinary Project (10 credits)
- LC5003 Critical Disciplinary Approaches (5 credits)
- LC5004 Independent Research Project II (10 credits)
English – Modernities: Literature, Theory & Culture from the Romantics to the Present Modules (20 credits)
International Master’s Pathway Entry Requirements
- Academic Qualification: 3:1 equivalent (minimum 40% overall).
- English Language Entry Requirements: 5.5 minimum IELTS in all skills or equivalent.
- Interview: If your application has been successful, you will be invited to an interview. On successful completion of the interview, you will be given a full offer for the pathway.
MA English – Modernities: Literature, Theory & Culture from the Romantics to the Present Progression Requirements
You will be given a conditional offer and will only be guaranteed a place if, at the end of the pathway, you successfully meet the following progression requirements:
- Academic Qualification: 2:2 equivalent (minimum 50% overall).
- English Language Entry Requirements: 6.5 IELTS with a minimum of 6.0 in individual skills, or equivalent in the accepted admissions test.
Link to Master’s Programme
Scholarship: If you successfully complete the International Master's Pathway for this master's track, you will receive a 25% reduction on the fees.
How to Apply
Here below are the steps to complete the application process for the International Master’s Pathway
Application Process for the International Master’s Pathway:
- Go to the link above for your master's programme and complete the master's application. You MUST write in your statement that you would like to take the International Master’s Pathway.
- Your application will be reviewed by the master's programme team.
- The International Master's Pathway team will contact you.
- Successful applicants will receive a conditional offer for their chosen master's and a full offer for the International Master's Pathway.
Scholarship: If you successfully complete the International Master's Pathway for your chosen master's track, you will receive a reduction on the fees for some of the Masters:
College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (CACSSS) - MA Tracks: 25% discount.
College of Science, Engineering and Food Science (SEFS) - MSc Tracks: 20% discount.
If you would like more information regarding the pathway or have questions about the application process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you.
The closing date for non-EU applications is 30 June 2023.
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