Official Master Degrees

Master’s Degree in Literary and Cultural Studies in Great Britain and Anglophone Countries: Literature, Culture, Communication and Translation

Master’s Degree in Literary and Cultural Studies in Great Britain and Anglophone Countries: Literature, Culture, Communication and Translation
  • - The objective of this Master’s Degree is to broaden knowledge of the literature and culture of Britain and other English-speaking countries in order to train professionals in this field.

    - To consolidate the ability to analyze literary texts in English in their different forms and contexts.

    - To provide the necessary training for those who wish to write a PhD, an essential requirement for a teaching or research career at university.

    - To provide useful academic training for teachers, translators, publishing professionals and cultural managers.

    - A detailed description of the general and specific competences of this Master’s Degree can be found in the Verification Report of the programme which is available on the same page.

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    Specific admission requirements

     

    Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent qualification.

     

    The Master’s Degree in Literary and Cultural Studies in Great Britain and Anglophone Countries is held entirely in english and the appropriate level to take the course is a C1 / C2 or Advanced / Proficiency level.

     

    Before enrolling, students will be interviewed by the members of the Master’s Degree Coordination Committee who will ascertain the candidates’ level of English and make the pertinent recommendations regarding complementary training as required in each case (10 or 20 credits in English Language subjects from the Bachelor’s Degree course).

     

    Specific admission documents

    Applicants with access studies pending finalization must include a Statement of having finished the previous studies stating the expected date of finalization.

     

    Mandatory

    Accreditation of English proficiency level C1 / C2 (For students with that level but not possess a certificate attesting that a sworn statement be annexed. In this case the Masters Coordination Committee will interview the student to check their English and decide whether or not to admit your request).

     

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Description of the degree

  • Current academic offer
  • Centre, department or institute responsible: Department of English Philology
  • Location: Faculty of Philosophy and Arts
  • Year established: 2012-2013
  • Type: In-class
  • Credits 60
  • Minimum ECTS per enrolment / per year: 24/part-time students; 36/full-time students
  • Teaching languages Spanish and english
  • Número de plazas ofertadas: 30

Contact Details

Coordinators:

 

Mª Luisa Antón-Pacheco Sánchez (Coordinator)
Manuel Aguirre (Vicecoordinator)

Contact:

informacion.master.estudiosbritanicos@uam.es

 

Any query on the procedure for admission to this Master’s degree should be addressed to posgrado.oficial@uam.es