Accredited by: University of London
The languages currently covered are French (including Francophone), German, Italian, and Spanish (including Latin American). The core course offers a distinctive element of translation theory in addition to research skills and training. The flexible programme allows in-depth study under the supervision of experts in the field, with the dissertation giving the student scope to thoroughly explore an area of interest and to develop advanced critical and analytical research skills. Students receive face-to-face supervision and specialist research training in small groups within a well-established research training programme. Dissertation supervision is also available in the field of Francophone/North African studies via the Centre of Postcolonial Studies.
Master of Research - MRes
Institute of Modern Languages Research
Modules: Translation theory; research skills and methodologies; dissertation.
Assessment methods include dissertation.
Applicants should hold an Honours degree at 2.2 or above and have native or near-native competence in English.
|Channel Islands||£6,120||Year 1|
|Northern Ireland||£6,120||Year 1|