University of Glasgow

Modern Languages and Cultures [MLitt]

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University of Glasgow
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Typology Postgraduate
Location Glasgow (Scotland)
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  • Glasgow (Scotland)
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Description

The School is highly interdisciplinary with research and teaching in language and translation studies, literary studies, cinema, cultural studies and visual cultures. We offer a wide range of languages and cultures. We have specialists in Catalan, Chinese (Mandarin), Czech, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. The programme offers a high degree of flexibility and also allows you to take courses from across the Colleges of Arts and Social Sciences, giving you the opportunity to create a specifically tailored, interdisciplinary curriculum. If you prefer, the programme can also be tailored to concentrate on a single language area or culture. We offer a friendly and supportive environment and a lively postgraduate community, with student-led research seminars and social activities. The core course and the design and execution of an extended research project will equip you with a broad set of transferable skills and also provide you with the necessary preparation if you wish to continue to doctoral research. You can take the MLitt in Modern Languages and Cultures whether or not you already have a knowledge of one or more foreign languages; you may follow the course entirely in English translation, or make use of any linguistic skills you have in our areas of expertise. If you wish to take up a new language, this can be part of your programme of study. Our MLitt is complemented within the School by the MSc in Translation Studies and the MLitt in Comparative Literature.

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University Avenue, G12 8QQ, Glasgow, Scotland
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Glasgow
University Avenue, G12 8QQ, Glasgow, Scotland
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Tenzin
4.0 26/05/2019
About the course: I completely enjoyed my experience and I must say Glasgow is a great place and I simply loved everything about this place.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Katie Macaulay
4.5 23/05/2019
About the course: I discovered fitting in to be simple and both the staff and colleagues are nice. The public activity on the BVMS course is full and offers openings no other course can.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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Scarlett Jhanji
3.5 22/05/2019
About the course: I met many new people and make good friends. I haven't learned anything new and struggling to keep up. I really don't like student accommodation. It is not as per my expectation
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
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What you'll learn on the course

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Translation
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Skills and Training

Course programme

You will take a core course and a selection of optional courses. You will also pursue a specialist interest during the programme and produce a dissertation on this topic with the advice and guidance of your supervisor. There is also the option to study a language from a wide range offered by the school and a range of other optional courses from schools across the University.

Taught courses will contain a mixture of seminars, workshops and one-to-one consultation.

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Core course

  • Modern Language Studies: Exercises in Reflective Practice

This course explores central issues and themes in approach and research methodology in the field of Modern Language studies. In this respect, it aims to help students develop the writing skills and intellectual tools to be able to outline personal positions that are informed by and respond to key research themes and priorities in the Arts and Humanities currently and which also reflect wider traditions of national and transnational disciplinary and...


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