Postgraduate Studies

Postgraduate Studies

The School of Language, Literature, Music and Visual Culture is an interdiciplinary school home to ten disciplines and a growing number of research centres. It has a thriving community of doctoral students and currently hosts Taught Master’s Programmes in a diverse range of subjects. Full details of all our programmes, and how to apply, can be found on our study here pages or the Postgraduate Research and Postgraduate Taught links in the side bar.

If you are unsure about any of our programmes please feel free to contact the relevant postgraduate director, information below, and they will be happy to addres your query.

Research Degrees

The School of Language, Literature, Music and Visual Culture offers research degrees at PhD and Masters level in all our subject areas.

For more information, contact Dr Suk-Jun Kim (Director of Postgraduate Research) or visit our Research Degrees pages.

Taught Postgraduate Programmes

The School of Language, Literature, Music and Visual Culture offers a variety of taught degree programmes. These programmes, MSc, MLitt and MMus, may be taken over one year (full-time) or two years (part time). They are achieved by a selection of taught modules and an individual practical or research-led project. These programmes may also be taken as a Diploma or Certificate qualification without the dissertation element. Please note that immigration regulations prevent a student from outside the European Union from studying part-time.

 For more information, contact Dr Tania Fahey-Palma (Postgraduate Taught Programmes) or visit our Postgraduate Taught Degrees page.