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									    UK Colleges and Universities
 With English Literature Programme
Anglia Polytechnic University
English Studies
International Office, East Road
Cambridge, Cb1 1PT England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1245-493131 X-3061
Fax: 011+44-1245-348772

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Studies




Arcadia University Centre for Education Abroad
Graduate Education Abroad in the United Kingdom
450 S. Easton Road
Glenside, PA 19038 U.S.A.

Phone: 1-866-927-2234
Fax: 1-215-572-2174

For graduate study, The Arcadia University Centre for Education Abroad provides
access to five highly respected institutions in the United Kingdom: King's College,
University of London; University of Essex; University of York; Queen's University
Belfast; and the University of Glasgow. Arcadia eliminates the complexities of the
overseas graduate application process and will act as your single source for academic
advising, application and financial aid processing, housing placement, and complete
predeparture planning. Most of these programs can be completed in one year.




Bath Spa University College
M.Res in English Literature
International Activities, Bath Spa University College, Newton Park
Bath, BA2 9BN England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1225 875577
Fax: 011+44 1225 875491
Research degrees are awarded through the submission of a thesis and an oral
examination.

Degrees Offered:
M.Phil. - English;
Ph.D.- English M.Res (Research)

Research Areas: English Literature




Birkbeck College - University of London
English
Registry, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HX United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44-20-7631 6307
Fax: 011+44-20-7631 6270

Unlike other Colleges of the University of London Birkbeck not only provides a range
of full-time postgraduate taught and research programmes for UK and international
students, but fulfils a special mission also meeting the needs of over 5000 mature
part-time evening students reading for first or higher degrees.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Literary Research;
M.A. - Modern Literatures in English




British Council USA
British Embassy
Graduate Degrees
3100 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008-3600

Phone: 1-800-488-2235

The British Council USA actively promotes UK education and training through our
online office in Washington, DC (our office is not open to the public). On our website
you will find all the information you need to expand your horizons by studying
abroad. Order university application forms, information leaflets, and popular guides to
living in the UK. Learn what universities are best for your interests and what financial
aid is available. Apply for the Marshall Scholarship - a major scholarship program
designed to bring American graduate students to the UK. Through our work in arts,
science and technology and education, we endeavor to promote an image of the UK
that is up to date, vibrant, in the vanguard of new thinking and fully representative of
our geographic and cultural diversity. If you are not a US citizen or permanent
resident, please contact the British Council office in your home country:
www.britishcouncil.org/home/home-contact/home-contact-worldwide.htm. The
British Council is the UK's international organization for educational and cultural
relations.

Degrees Offered:
Search our online database of UK graduate degrees to find the right course for you.




C.I.S. - Centre for International Studies
17 New South Street, #105
Northampton, MA 01060 USA

Phone: 1-413-582-0407 Toll Free 1-877-617-9090
Fax: 1-413-582-0327
"For students living in the U.S. and Canada, regardless of citizenship". CIS, the
Centre for International Studies, is an official representative for 17 internationally
recognized universities in Australia, England, Ireland, New Zealand and Scotland. We
will assist you with applying to and enrolling at any of our partner universities by
providing the following services: application processing, visa assistance (US only),
financial aid counseling, pre-departure advising and travel arrangement advice. All of
these personalized services are provided to you at no charge-you pay only the direct
university costs. Think of us as your personal admissions officer right here in the
U.S.A!

Degrees Offered:
Postgraduate diploma;
Master;
Ph.D




Canterbury Christ Church University College
The Postgraduate Office, Admissions and Recruitment Department, North Holmes
Road
Canterbury, Kent CT1 1QU England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1227-458459
Fax: 011+44-1227-781558

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English
Cardiff University
Centre for Critical and Cultural Theory
Critical and Cultural Theory
Main Building, PO Box 921, Park Place
Cardiff, Wales CF10 3XQ United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 29 2087 4722
The Master's Degree takes one year full-time. In each semester students take one
required and one optional course. They go on to write a dissertation in the summer. In
general, we ask students to take the one-year taught MA before going on to the PhD.
But in certain cases it is possible to follow the PhD Programme from the beginning.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Critical and Cultural Theory




Cardiff University
Centre for Critical and Cultural Theory
English Literature
Main Building, PO Box 921, Park Place
Cardiff, Wales CF10 3XQ United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 29 2087 4241
The Master's Degree takes one year full-time. In each semester students take one
required and one optional course. They go on to write a dissertation in the summer. In
general, we ask students to take the one-year taught MA before going on to the PhD.
But in certain cases it is possible to follow the PhD Programme from the beginning.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Literature




Chester College
Literary Studies
Parkgate Road
Chester, CH1 4BJ United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 1244 375 444
Fax: 011+44 1244 392 820
City College of Management and IT (CMMIT)
Higher Education
English Language
1 Red Lion Court, Alexandra Road
London, TW3 1JS UnitedKingdom

Phone: 011+20 8577 0036
Fax: 011+20 8572 1168

CCMIT is a private institution that has been at the forefront of professional and higher
education. It is a college with the intellectual character of a university, featuring first-
rate graduate and professional programs. This unique combination creates a highly
personal learning environment for our exceptional students and faculty. CCMIT's
professional training programs emphasize a hands-on, task-oriented and skill- based
curriculum in small classes, delivered by expert instructors.




Coventry University
International Office, Priority Street
Coventry, CV1 5FB England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-24-7683-8674
Fax: 011+44-24-7663-2710




De Montfort University
Faculty of Humanities
MA English
The Gateway
Leicester, LE1 9BH UNITED KINGDOM

Phone: 011+44-116-207-8350
Fax: 011+44-116-257-7353

The MA in English has been designed to appeal to applicants who wish to study
English at higher degree level, but who do not want to specialise immediately, with a
view to selecting a discrete area of study for the dissertation. It is equally suitable for
those wishing to take an MA as a qualification in itself and for those thinking of
moving on to doctoral research in English.
Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English




Goldsmiths College, University of London
International Office, New Cross
London, SE14 6NW England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-20-7919-7273
Fax: 011+44-20-7919-7704

Degrees Offered:
M.Res. - English;
M.A. - Applied Linguistics: Sociocultural Approaches;
M.A. - Contemporary Approaches to English Studies;
M.A. - Twentieth-Century Literature and its Contexts;
M.Phil.; Ph.D.




Institute of United States Studies
United States Studies
University of London, Senate House, Malet Street
London, WC1E 7HU UK

Phone: 011+44 20 7862 8693
Fax: 011+44 20 7862 8696

The Institute of United States Studies, part of the University of London, was founded
in 1965 and promotes scholarly research in American Studies in the UK. The Institute
offers a multidisciplinary MA in United States Studies and research degrees in United
States Studies.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. in United States Studies;
MPhil in United States Studies;
Ph.D. in United States Studies;
Distance Learning M.A. in United States Studies
Research Areas:Art History; Constitutional History; Economic History; Film;
Government and Politics; History; International Relations and Foreign Policy;
Literature; Music; American Political Thought
Keele University
American Literature and Culture
Admissions and Recruitment Office, Department of Academic Affairs
Staffordshire , ST5 5BG United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 1782 584002
Fax: 011+44 1782 632343

This course aims to develop skills in critical analysis and academic research, and to
apply these skills to the study of American literary and cultural subjects.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- American Literature and Culture;
PgDip.- American Literature and Culture




Kelvin Business School
PGPD
MBA
Central Campus, 53 Maree Drive
Glasgow, Lanarkshire G67 4LW United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 141 575 4255

Kelvin Business School in Glasgow offers talented students places on the MBA,
IMBA, MiF and other Masters programmes that can show a strong record of academic
and personal achievement.

Degrees Offered:
MBA - Masters of Business Administration;
IMBA - International Masters of Business Administration;
MiF - Masters in Finance;
M.Ec. - Master of Economics;
M.Sc. - Operations Managment;
M.Sc. - Marketing

Research Areas:
Macro-Economic Indicators; UK, US and Emerging markets residential house prices;
Continuous process improvement; Guanxi and entrepreneurial activities in China




King's College London
Strand
London, WC2R 2LS England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 20 7836 5454 2184
Fax: 011+44 20 7873 2257

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English (Writing, Gender and Culture; 19th Century Studies; 20th Century
Studies; American LIteratrue and Culture; The History of the Language; Early
Modern Studies; Writing Lives: Literary Biography and Autobiography in Theory,
History and Practice Pathway ; Medieval Lanugage and Literature);
M.A. - Text and Performance Studies (with RADA);
M.A. - Shakespearean Studies




Lancaster University
Department of English
English
Postgraduate Studies
Lancaster, LA1 4YW England, U.K.
Phone: 011+44-1524-592037
Fax: 011+44-1524-593907

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Contemporary Literary Studies;
M.A. - Women's Studies and English;
M.A. - English Literary Research;
M.A. - Nineteenth-Century Literary Research;
M.A. - Shakespeare and Cultural Theory;
M.A. - Medieval Studies by Research




Leeds Metropolitan University
English School of Cultural Studies, Calverley Street
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS1 3HE England, U.K.

Phone: 011-44+113 283 3474
Fax: 011-44+113 283 3112

The course focuses upon twentieth-century English literature. It enables students to
engage in a critical exploration of some of the centrally challenging literary and
theoretical texts of the past century.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- English: Twentieth Century Literature




Leicester University
Faculty of Arts
English Literature
International Office
Leicester, LE1 7RH England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-116-2522296
Fax: 011+44-116-2525127

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Literature and Literary Research;
M.A. - Modern Literature: Theory and Practice




London College of Advanced Studies
Higher Education
English Language
88 Borough High Street
London, SE1 1LL United Kingdom

Phone: 011+20 7407 6855
Fax: 011+20 7407 6838

Degrees Offered:
MBA; BSc




London College Of Computing And Management
Higher Education, Business and Professional
English
Atrium Suite, The Hope Exchange, 24 Southwark Street
London, SE1 1TY Unitedkingdom

Phone: 011+20 7378 6333
Fax: 011+20 7378 7733

Degrees Offered:
BSC; MBA
London College Of Management And IT
Higher Education
English
400 Edgware Road
London, NW2 6ND United Kingdom

Phone: 011+870 777 8858
Fax: 011+870 777 8868

The college takes great pride in the range of services it provides to students, from the
study and accommodation facilities through to the quality of tuition available.
Sunderland University validates thier MBA, MSc, CBIS (computer based information
systems) and BA (Hons) at LCMIT. Degree Foundation and Business English can be
studied as a pre-degree course. The intake for the Intensive Management and
Information Technology undergraduate and post-graduate courses takes place three
times a year - March, July and November. Degree Foundation and Business Ebglish
can also be studied as a pre-degree course.




London Crown College
Higher Education
English Language
160-170 Cannon Street Road
London, E1 2LH UnitedKingdom

Phone: 011+20 7790 3330
Fax: 011+20 7790 8795




London Metropolitan University
Humanities, Arts and Languages
Literature and Modernity
31 Jewry Street
London, EC3N 2EY United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 20 7133 4202
Fax: 011+44 20 7133 2240
There are two core units, which will introduce you to the major historical and
intellectual contexts in which the development of contemporary literary and critical
theories can be understood. Between them, they provide both a broad context for
understanding general developments in Western European literary and critical thought
since the 18th century, and also a more focused consideration of the 19th- and 20th-
century critical tradition in Britain.

Degrees Offered:
Postgraduate Diploma;
Postgraduate Certificate;
M.A.




London Metropolitan University
Humanities, Arts and Languages
Literature and Modernity
31 Jewry Street
London, EC3N 2EY United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 20 7133 4202
Fax: 011+44 20 7133 2240

There are two core units, which will introduce you to the major historical and
intellectual contexts in which the development of contemporary literary and critical
theories can be understood. Between them, they provide both a broad context for
understanding general developments in Western European literary and critical thought
since the 18th century, and also a more focused consideration of the 19th- and 20th-
century critical tradition in Britain.

Degrees Offered:
Postgraduate Diploma-Literature and Modernity ;
Postgraduate Certificate-Literature and Modernity ;
M.A.-Literature and Modernity




London School Of Commerce
Higher Education
English
Chaucer House, White Hart Yard
London, SE1 1NX UnitedKingdom

Phone: 011+20 7357 0077
Fax: 011+20 7403 1163

LSC was set up with the primary aim of offering cost effective education leading to
international degrees in Business, Management and Information Technology in
collaboration with Charles Sturt University (CSU), which was ranked the ?Australian
University Of The Year? in 1997-98 .




London Universal College
Higher Education
English
114-115 Tottenham Court Road
London, W1T 5AH UnitedKingdom

Phone: 011+20 7388 8126
Fax: 011+20 7388 8127

LUC is a subdivision of the Academy Of Professional Studies which is also
accredited by the BAC

Degrees Offered:
MBA; BSc; MSc




Manchester Metropolitan University
English
All Saints
Manchester, M15 6BH England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-161-2471026
Fax: 011+44-161-2476310




Oxford Brookes University
Westminster Business School
English Language, Literature and Culture
Postgraduate Admissions, Headington Campus, Oxford Brookes University
Oxford, OX3 0BP England, UK

Phone: 011+44 1865 484127

This course allows you to engage with the variety and versatility of contemporary
English studies within a postgraduate framework which is both coherent and flexible.
What is 'English'? What has it been and may it yet be? What are the changing
relations among English language, English literature, literature in English, literary
studies and cultural studies.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Language Literature and Culture;
Postgraduate Diploma - English Language Literature and Culture;
Postgraduate Certificate - English Language Literature and Culture




Oxford Brookes University
Westminster Business School
Humanities, Interdisciplinary Studies in the
Postgraduate Admissions, Oxford Brookes University, Headington Campus
Oxford, OX3 0BP England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1865-484-127

This course is designed for students whose intellectual interests span discipline
boundaries. You can construct a programme of study tailored to your own
combination of interests that will enable you to explore problems in social, cultural or
political history within and across the range of disciplines represented within the
humanities postgraduate programme team: art history, literature, history, musicology,
film studies and history of medicine

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities;
Postgraduate Diploma - Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities




Oxford Brookes University
English Language Studies for International Students
The Administrator, ICELS, Oxford Brookes University, Headington Campus
Oxford, OX3 0BP England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1865 483 874

This diploma course will raise your knowledge and use of English for successful
study at master's level. It will also extend your subject knowledge and critical
thinking skills.

Degrees Offered:
Diploma - English Language Studies for International Students
Queen Mary, University of London
Graduate Taught and Research Programs in English and Drama
Admissions and Research Student Office, Room CB5, Queens' Building
London, E1 4NS England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 20 7975 5533
Fax: 011+44 20 7975 5588

The highly ranked and innovative School offers a range of one year taught Masters
courses and a wide range of research opportunities in a leading college of the
University of London.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Studies: Literature, Culture and Modernity;
M.A. - English Studies: Writing and Society 1700-1820;
M.A. - Intellectual and Cultural History: Civilisation and Barbarism;
M.A. - Metropolis and Empire;
M.A. - Performance;
M.A. - Renaissance Studies: Shakespeare and the Northern Renaissance;
MRes Editing Lives and Letters 1500-1700

Research Areas:
Classical and Medieval; Renaissance; Eighteenth and Nineteenth century; Twentieth
Century and Contemporary; Inerdisciplinary and Theoretical; Drama




Queen's University of Belfast, The
English Admissions Office, University Road
Belfast, BT7 1NN Northern Ireland

Phone: 011+44-28-9033-5081
Fax: 011+44-28-9024-7895

Degrees Offered:
M.A./Diploma - English Language Study;
M.A./Diploma - Irish Writing;
M.A./Diploma - Medieval Studies;
M.A./Diploma - Modern Literary Studies;
M.A./Diploma - Renaissance Studies
Roehampton University
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Literature and Politics - 1776-1832
Senate House, Roehampton Lane
London, SW15 5PU England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-20-8392-3192
Fax: 011+44-20-8392-3031

Degrees Offered:
M.A./Graduate Diploma - Literature and Politics;
M.Phil. or Ph.D. by Research




Royal Holloway, University of London
Department of English
Milton and His Age
Educational and International Liaison Office
Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1784 443957
Fax: 011+44 1784 471381

This degree aims to provide an understanding of the works of John Milton in relation
to their political, social and literary contexts. All students take courses in the works of
Milton and the methods and materials of research, with further courses on
contemporary and related authors, and advanced ways of working with individual
renaissance texts; subject to approval, students may propose their own topic for study.
A dissertation is also required.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- Milton and His Age




Royal Holloway, University of London
Department of English
Modern English Language
Educational and International Liaison Office
Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1784 443957
Fax: 011+44 1784 471381
Degrees Offered:
M.A.- Modern English Language




Royal Holloway, University of London
Department of English
Modernism and Modern Writers
Educational and International Liaison Office
Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1784 443957
Fax: 011+44 1784 471381

MA Modernism and Modern Writers introduces the main modernist movements
(Futurism, Imagism, Surrealism) and focuses on writing 1890-1939, especially
Conrad, Yeats, Pound and Joyce.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- Modernism and Modern Writers




Royal Holloway, University of London
Department of English
Narrative, Literature and Culture
Educational and International Liaison Office
Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1784 443957
Fax: 011+44 1784 471381

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- Narrative, Literature and Culture




Royal Holloway, University of London
Department of English
Postmodernism, Literature and Contemporary Culture
Educational and International Liaison Office
Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1784 443957
Fax: 011+44 1784 471381

This degree gives wide-ranging consideration to the meaning and value of post
modernism in relation to literary and cultural studies. All students take a course on
post modernism and contemporary theory, and options include post modern drama,
post modern literature (fiction and poetry), language text and computing culture, and
popular culture and cultural value. Students are also required to submit a dissertation.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- Postmodernism, Literature and Contemporary Culture




Royal Holloway, University of London
Department of English
Research Procedure and Methodology
Educational and International Liaison Office
Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1784 443957
Fax: 011+44 1784 471381

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- Research Procedure and Methodology




Royal Holloway, University of London
Department of English
Shakespeare
Educational and International Liaison Office
Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1784 443957
Fax: 011+44 1784 471381

Degrees Offered:
M.A.-Shakespeare




Royal Holloway, University of London
Department of English
English
Department of English, Royal Holloway
Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1784 443215
Fax: 011+44 1784 479059

Strengths include Medieval, the Renaissance, the 19th century and 20th-century,
especially Shakespeare, Sterne, Dickens, Browning, Yeats, Hardy, Conrad and Joyce.
There is increasing research activity in American literature, modernism, post
modernism and post-colonialism.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Medieval Studies;
M.A. - Shakespeare;
M.A. - Modernism and Modern Writers;
M.A. - Victorian Media and Culture;
M.A. - Post modernism, Literature and Contemporary Culture;
M.A. - Poetic Practice

Research Areas:Most areas of literary study from Old English and medieval poetry to
contemporary literature,post modern theory and creative writing.




Royal Holloway, University of London
Department of English
Medieval Studies
Educational and International Liaison Office
Egham, Surrey TW20 0EX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1784 443957
Fax: 011+44 1784 471381

MA Medieval Studies is taught in conjunction with the Department of History, with
the English Department responsible for a pathway in the Literatures of Medieval
England.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- Medieval Studies




Sheffield Hallam University
English Language and Literature
City Campus, Howard Street
Sheffield, S1 1WB United Kingdom
Phone: 011-44-114-253-4188
Fax: 011-44-114-253-4768

Degrees Offered:
Postgraduate Degree - English Language and Literature




The Central College of London (TCCOL)
Higher Education
English
12 Brick Lane
London, E1 6RF UnitedKingdom

Phone: 011+20 7375 0917
Fax: 011+20 7375 0901

Salient features of the college: o Affordable Tuition fees in London o High-Standard
of Education (Our motto ?Knowledge is Power?) o Qualified teachers o Friendly
administration and college atmosphere o We are centrally located in the heart of
London (Zone 1) o We help the student find a suitable accommodation. o We help
and guide students find a part-time job. (Students are legally entitled to work for 20
hours per week during the session period) o We arrange pick up facilities from the
airport for new students (Charges are nominal just to cover the actual taxi charges)
The facilities provided by the college are: o Discounted membership in the local
sports centre o Free Internet Access o Photocopies o Membership in the local library o
Discounted food in local restaurants The college helps the students: o To open bank
account o To get a discounted student travel card (London transport) o To get
registered with National Health Service (NHS) o To get the National Insurance
number (N.I. Card) o To get an ISIC card (International Student Identity Card) o To
get membership in the British Library o To find a suitable accommodation at a
reasonable cost

Degrees Offered: MBA; BA; BSc




Trinity College, Dublin
English
Graduate Admissions Office, Arts and Social Sciences Building
Dublin, 2 IRELAND

Phone: 011+353-1- 608 2182
Fax: 011+353-1-671 2821




University College, Cork
Faculty of Arts
English
Postgraduate Admissions, Registrar's Office
Cork, Ireland

Phone: 011+353-902645
Fax: 011+353-21-903233

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Anglo-Irish Literature;
M.A. - English Literature ;
M.A. - English (Medieval and Renaissance Studies) ;
M.A. - English (Old and Middle English);
M.Phil.




University College Dublin
Literature
International Office
Belfield, Dublin , 4 Ireland

Phone: 011+53517068858
Fax: 011+35312831911




University College Dublin
Teaching of English as a Foreign Language
International Office
Belfield, Dublin , 4 Ireland
Phone: 011+353 1 706 1414
Fax: 011+353 1 283 1165

Degrees Offered:
Higher Dip.-Teaching of English as a Foreign Language
University College Galway
Faculty of Arts
English Literature and Publishing
Admissions Office, University Road
Galway, Ireland

Phone: 011+353-91-563318
Fax: 011+353-91-562344




University College London
International Office, Gower Street
London, WC1E 6BT England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-20-7380-7765
Fax: 011+44-20-7380-7380




University College Northampton
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Linguistics and Literature
Deputy Registrar, Park Campus, Boughton Green Road
Northampton, NN2 7AL England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1604-735500
Fax: 011+44-1604-792581

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Linguistics and Literature




University College Northampton
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Modern English Studies
Deputy Registrar, Park Campus, Boughton Green Road
Northampton, NN2 7AL England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1604-735500
Fax: 011+44-1604-792581

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Modern English Studies




University College of Saint Mark and Saint John, The
English and Literary Studies
The Admissions Officer, Derriford Road
Plymouth, Devon PL6 8BH England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1752-636827

Opportunities for research are available in English Language Studies and in Literary
Studies. The main interests of English Language staff include: L2 Reading, Cohesion
of Written Discourse, Specialist Technical Writing and Academic Writing. Literary
Studies' staff interests focus on: 19th and 20th Century British and American
Literature, particularly Romanticism, Realism, Naturalism, Modernism, Literature and
Psychoanalysis; Gender, drama in performance; Contemporary Poetry, and
Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama.




University College Winchester
English: Contemporary Literature
International Admissions, King Alfred's
Winchester, Hampshire SO22 4NR United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 1962 827431
Fax: 011+44 1962 827406

This programme focuses principally on works of fiction of the last ten years, largely
British and American, which are studied in the light of contemporary critical theory
and cultural developments. Modules encourage a challenging and stimulating
interrogation of the contemporary literary scene, its texts and critical methods, and
offer students the opportunity for independent and original work with new material.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English: Contemporary Literature;
MPhil and Ph.D. - by Research
University College Winchester
Writing for Children
International Admissions, King Alfred's
Winchester, Hampshire SO22 4NR United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 1962 827431
Fax: 011+44 1962 827406

This is a unique course which offers the opportunity for writers for children to
develop their skills on a practical and intellectual level. It is anticipated that the
programme will have wide appeal for those interested in the practice of writing for its
own sake, pursued within a disciplined academic context, and to those interested in
the phenomena of writing for children as a feature of a particular cultural and
commercial environment.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Writing for Children;
PG Dip - Writing for Children; MPhil and Ph.D. - by Research




University College Worcester
Westminster Business School
English Renaissance Studies
Henwick Grove
Worcester , WR2 6AJ United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 1905 855288
Fax: 011+44 1905 855326

This modular, part-time course offers the opportunity for post-graduate study in the
early modern period on a course designed as an interdisciplinary one. The pathway of
modules will appeal to those who wish to study English and Literary Studies and
History at post-graduate level for reasons of professional or personal development, or
wish to proceed to research degrees.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Renaissance Studies




University College Worcester
Westminster Business School
Nineteenth-Century Studies
Henwick Grove
Worcester , WR2 6AJ United Kingdom
Phone: 011+44 1905 855288
Fax: 011+44 1905 855326

Nineteenth-Century Studies is an interdisciplinary course that draws on literary,
historical, and cultural studies in order to engage with a period that oversaw the
formation of modern society. Module choices enable students to study the diversity of
the Nineteenth Century, from fiction, poetry, and drama, to social, racial, class,
political, cultural, local, and women's histories. Students will develop and
demonstrate research skills and theoretical methodologies through two core modules,
a series of module choices, and an advanced independent study (the 'dissertation').
The Postgraduate modular scheme at UCW enables flexibility and choice, and
students can study towards their Master's degree at their own pace.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Nineteenth-Century Studies




University of Aberdeen
Department of English
English
Student Recruitment and Admissions Services, University Office, King's College
Aberdeen, AB24 3FX United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44-1224-272090
Fax: 011+44-1224-272576

Degrees Offered:
MLitt, Ph.D.




University of Birmingham
Department of English
English Language and Literature Studies
International Officer, Edgbaston
Brimingham, B15 2TT England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-121-414-3694
Fax: 011+44-121-414-3850

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Literature;
M.A. - Stylistics and Literature;
M.A. - Chaucer Studies;
M.A. - English as a Foreign/Second Language (TEFL/TESL);
M.A. - Literary Theory and Practice;
M.A. - English for Special Purposes;
M.A. - Shakespeare Studies;
Postgraduate Diploma - Shakespeare Studies;
M.Phil., M.Litt. and Ph.D. by Research




University of Bradford
English Literature
Richmond Road
Bradford, West Yorkshire BD7 1DP United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44-0-127-423-3081
Fax: 011+44-0-127-423-6260

Degrees Offered:
Postgraduate Degree - English Literature




University of Bristol
Department of English
Literature
Department of English, University of Bristol, 3/5 Woodland Road
Bristol, BS8 1TB England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-117-928-7787
Fax: 011+44-117-928-8860

Founded in 1876, the University of Bristol is now one of the foremost in Britain. It is
situated in central Bristol with all the academic buildings giving easy access to the
amenities offered in the city. The University offers a wide variety of facilities to
students. A large range of courses are available to postgraduate students which are
supported by well equipped laboratories, modern computing facilities and libraries
containing an excellent stock of books and research journals. The Student Union has
numerous societies and clubs, and most sporting activities are provided with well
equipped facilities.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Shakespeare and English Literature: Text, Influence and Creativity;
M.A. - Romanticism;
M.A. - Medieval Studies;
Degrees by Research - M.Litt and Ph.D;
University of Bristol
Department of Historical Studies
Medieval Studies
Dept of Historical Studies,13 Woodland Road
Bristol, BS8 1TB England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 117 928 7936
Fax: 011+44 117 928 8276

This unit serves as an introduction to essential skills such as palaeography (Latin and
English), codicology, textual criticism and theories of editing. There will also be
sessions on bibliography and the use of various specialist libraries and archives.


Degrees Offered:
M.A.- Historical Studies




University of Buckingham
Victorian Literature
International Students Advisor
Buckingham, MK18 1EG England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1280-828325
Fax: 011+44-1280-822245

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Victorian Literature




University of Buckingham
Biography
Hunter Street
Buckingham, MK18 1EG England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1280 814080
Fax: 011+44 1280 822245

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Biography
University of Cambridge
Faculty of English
Board of Graduate Studies, 4 Mill Lane
Cambridge, CB2 1RZ England, U.K.

Fax: 011+44-1223-338723




University of Central England
English Language and Literature
External Affairs, Perry Barr
Birmingham, B42 2SU England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-121-331-5558
Fax: 011+44-121-331-6317

Degrees Offered:
M.A.




University of Central Lancashire
Course Enquiries
Preston, PR1 2HE England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1772-892-400
Fax: 011+44-1772-892-935

We welcome applications from international students believing that the academic
community benefits from the cross cultural experience and learning they foster. The
University has a thriving international student population of some 800 at
undergraduate and postgraduate level representing many countries across the world.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Language Studies;
M.A. - Literary Studies;
M.A. - Literature and the History of Ideas
University of Dundee
Student Recruitment Servi ce
Dundee, DD1 4HN Scotland, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1382-344450
Fax: 011+44-1382-221554

Degrees Offered:
M.Phil. - English Literature;
Dip. - English Literature;
M.Phil. - Representation of Scotland;
M.Phil. - Logic, Text and Information Technology;
Dip. - Logic, Text and Information Technology;
M.Phil. and Ph.D. by research




University of Durham
Department of English Studies
English Studies
International Office, Old Shire Hall
Durham, DH1 3HP England, U.K.
Phone: 011+44-191-3744694
Fax: 011+44-191-374-7216

Degrees Offered:
M.A. (research);
M.Litt. (research);
Ph.D. (research);
M.A. - English Literary Studies

Research Areas:
Medieval poetry, drama and myth; 18th and 19th centry English literature; American
and Afro-American literature; 20th centry poetry and fiction; critical theory;
Romantic poetry, fiction and aesthetic theory; Postmodernism, Literary hermeneutics
and ideas of authorship; 20th century poetry and fiction by British, Irish and
American writers




University of East Anglia
Modern Literature: Studies in Fiction
International Officer
Norwich, NR4 7TJ England, U.K.
Phone: 011+44-1603-456161
Fax: 011+44-1603-458596

This program offers an intensive study of fiction from the early twentieth century to
the present day. There are two core units: Forms of Narrative: Modernism and the
Nouveau Roman (Autumn); and Postmodernism/Postwar Fiction (Spring). In
addition, there are two optional units: Modern Diaspora (Autumn); and Post-Colonial
Writing (Spring). Students can also combine their core units with related units from
other programs. Possibilities include Publishing (see Creative Writing below);
Modernism; Comparative Literature; American Studies; Film Studies; and Culture
and Communication. The Autumn core unit, Forms of Narrative: Modernism and the
Nouveau Roman, gives students an opportunity to explore narrative theory in the
context of a close reading of Joyce's Ulysses, Beckett's major novels, and the
Nouveau Roman. In addition there is an optional unit, Modern Diaspora, which looks
at gender and Modernism (writers include Mansfield, Woolf and Barnes) and at the
re-writing and re-reading of some modernist motifs by postwar writers (Marquez,
Rushdie and Carter). The Spring core unit, Postmodernism/ Postwar Fiction, will look
at the crisis of representation in this period, metafiction, ways of writing the war, and
the refractions of gender and geography. Authors studied include Borges, Nabokov,
Lessing, Marquez, Calvino, Duras, Pynchon, Coover, Carter, Atwood, and Eco. The
Spring option unit will be post-colonial writing, and covers work by Coetzee,
Allende, Kincaid, Janet Frame, Malouf and Turner Hospital.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- Modern Literature: Studies in Fiction;
M.A .- Modernism




University of East Anglia
Linguistics and Literature
Norwich
Norfolk, NR4 7TJ England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1603-456161
Fax: 011+44-1603-458596
This MA programme aims to explore some of the relationships between linguistics
and literary studies; it introduces linguistic contributions to the theory of literature,
and a range of descriptive models. One major objective is to promote skill in the
practical analysis of texts using linguistic methods.
Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Linguistics and Literature
University of East Anglia
English Language and Development Studies
Norwich, NR4 7TJ England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1603 592807
Fax: 011+44 1603 451999

Offered jointly with the Centre for English Language and British Studies, this
Diploma is intended for those with good academic qualifications but insufficient
English to allow them to make the most of the alternative Diploma or Masters
programmes. As your English Language improves, you will become more involved
with studying development studies issues, choosing courses from a wide range of
subjects. Please note that candidates should have a knowledge of English equivalent
to a score of at least 5.5 on the British Council IELTS test, or 500 on the US TOEFL
test.

Degrees Offered:
Grad. Dip.- English Language and Development Studies;
Dip.- English Language and Development Studies;
M. A.- English Language and Development Studies




University of East Anglia
Westminster Business School
English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics
International Officer
Norwich, NR4 7TJ England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1603 456161
Fax: 011+44 1603 458596

The course is designed for experienced teachers, course directors and managers in
ELT. It aims to further students' understanding of the theory and practice of language
teaching; to enhance students' knowledge of the workings of the English language;
and to enhance students' professional development and their practical classroom and
organisational skills. The compulsory units are: Describing English Language, Second
Language Acquisition, New Contexts for Language Learning.This MA is concerned
with the use of linguistics as a methodology for the study of culture, through the
critical interpretation of texts, verbal and non-verbal. Texts are drawn from various
areas of contemporary culture, both literary and non-literary: examples are the press
and media, photography, bureaucracy, music, religion, etc. In the autumn, the method
of 'linguistic criticism' is studied; in the spring, the methods are extended to include
semiotic and pragmatic theories. Compulsory units: Linguistic Criticism, Language
and Society, Linguistics and Cultural Studies.This programme aims to explore some
of the relationships between linguistics and literary studies; it introduces linguistic
contributions to the theory of literature, and a range of descriptive models. One major
objective is to promote skill in the practical analysis of texts using linguistic methods.
However, it does not aim simply to describe the formal linguistic structures in literary
texts, but to enquire into the functions of linguistic choices in relation to cultural,
historical and ideological factors. The compulsory units are: Linguistic Criticism,
Stylistics, Linguistics and Cultural Studies.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics;
M.A.- Linguistics as Cultural Criticism;
M.A.- Linguistics and Literature




University of Edinburgh
English Literature: Writing and Cultural Politics
International Office, 57 George Square
Edinburgh, EH8 9JU Scotland, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-131-650-4296
Fax: 011+44-131-668 4565

The University of Edinburgh is one of Britain's leading international Universities.
With links all over the world, the University is noted for the quality of its teaching
and research across a wide range of disciplines.

Degrees Offered:
M.Sc.;
Diploma




University of Edinburgh
Department of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies
English Literature
Postgraduate Office, Old College, South Bridge
Edinburgh, EH8 9YL United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 0131 650 2158
Fax: 011+44 0131 650 6585

Degrees Offered:
Ph.D.-English Literature
University of Edinburgh
Advanced English Studies
Postgraduate Office, Old College, South Bridge
Edinburgh, EH8 9YL United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 0131 650 2158
Fax: 011+44 0131 650 6585

Degrees Offered:
Cert.- Advanced English Studies




University of Edinburgh
Higher Advanced English Studies
Postgraduate Office, Old College, South Bridge
Edinburgh, EH8 9YL United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 0131 650 2158
Fax: 011+44 0131 650 6585

Degrees Offered:
Cert.- Higher Advanced English Studies




University of Edinburgh
English Literature: Writing and Cultural Politics
Postgraduate Office, Old College, South Bridge
Edinburgh, EH8 9YL United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 0131 650 2158
Fax: 011+44 0131 650 6585

Degrees Offered:
M.Sc.- English Literature: Writing and Cultural Politics;
Dip.- English Literature: Writing and Cultural Politics




University of Edinburgh
Department of English Language
Masters and PhD in English Language, English Linguistics
The Postgraduate Team, College of Humanities & Social Science, The University of
Edinburgh, David Hume Tower,
Edinburgh, Scorland EH8 9JU United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 131 650 4086
Fax: 011+44 131 650 6536

Our taught MSc is a one-year Master's programme, with a dedicated curriculum; our
research MSc is a one-year programme which can be tailored to students interests; the
MPhil and PhD are two- and three-year programmes or supervised research.

Degrees Offered:
MSc - English Language;
MPhil - English Language;
PhD - English Language

Research Areas: Phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics of English; History of
English and Scots; variation in English




University of Essex
Department of Language and Linguistics
English Language Teaching
Postgraduate Admissions Office, Wivenhoe Park
Colchester, CO4 3SQ England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1206 872719
Fax: 011+44 1206 873423

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- English Language Teaching;
M.Sc.- English Language Teaching;
Ph.D.- English Language Teaching




University of Essex
Department of Language and Linguistics
English Language and Linguistics
Postgraduate Admissions Office, Wivenhoe Park
Colchester, CO4 3SQ England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1206 872719
Fax: 011+44 1206 873423
Degrees Offered:
M.A.- English Language and Linguistics;
M.Sc.- English Language and Linguistics;
Ph.D.- English Language and Linguistics




University of Essex
Department of Literature
Literature
Postgraduate Admissions Office, Wivenhoe Park
Colchester, CO4 3SQ England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1206 872719
Fax: 011+44 1206 873423

Degrees Offered:
Dip.- Literature




University of Essex
Department of Literature
Literature
Postgraduate Admissions Office, Wivenhoe Park
Colchester, CO4 3SQ England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1206 872719
Fax: 011+44 1206 873423

Degrees Offered:
Dip.- Literature;
M.A.- Literature




University of Essex
Department of Literature
Literature: American Poetry and Prose
Postgraduate Admissions Office, Wivenhoe Park
Colchester, CO4 3SQ England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1206 872719
Fax: 011+44 1206 873423
Courses will be taught by Professor Richard Gray, who is an internationally renowned
specialist in American literature. Two seminars, each lasting two hours, will be
offered weekly. The basic structure of the course will take the form of detailed
discussions of major writers from the United States and major literary groups and
movements. Each major writer or movement will be studied for five weeks, so that
over the year eight writers or movements will be considered. Attention will be paid to
both 19th Century and 20th Century writers, and there will be a roughly equal
concentration on poetry and prose. There will also be some engagement with issues
and problems raised by any discussion of American literature, such as the question of
what makes American writing distinctively American, the relation between regions
and nation, the significance of race and gender, the impact of modernity and
postmodernity, the influence of the media, and the connections between American
writing and American culture.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- Literature




University of Exeter
Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language
Queen's Building , The Queen's Drive
Exeter, EX4 4QH UK

Phone: 011+01392 264831

The degree focuses on the teaching of English as a foreign language at primary,
secondary and tertiary levels in different educational contexts around the world. It can
be taken full-time over one year or part-time over a number of years. There are also
plans to offer this programme through semi-distance mode in the near future. Aims of
this programme: to develop and extend participants? understanding of key aspects of
linguistics and learning theory and their influence on the teaching of English as a
foreign language. to enable participants to make informed professional decisions
regarding language teaching in the workplace and justify these to others, to enable
participants to select, adapt and design materials and activities for language teaching
appropriate to their own teaching context, to enable participants to investigate and
research aspects of TEFL in ways that will support their continuing development and
practice as foreign language teaching professionals.

Degrees Offered:
MEd -Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language




University of Exeter
English Studies (Critical Theory)
University of Exeter, Queens Building, The Queen's Drive,
Exeter, Devon EX4 4QH UK

Phone: 011+01392 264263
Fax: 011+01392 264361

This new flexible programme builds on the success of our established MA in
Criticism and Theory. The programme provides a core of central methodological,
critical and theoretical issues. You take two modules in Critical Theory, two in
Research Methodology and two optional. You will be prepared to use the critical tools
of contemporary literary and cultural analysis in written and oral presentation. You
will be introduced to a body of texts dealing with the social organisation of power and
the production of culture. You will be introduced to a range of contemporary debates
concerning difference, discourse, embodiment, and subjectivity. You will read a
number of important (and difficult) theoretical texts, marking a range of 'limit'
positions: from Adornian critical theory, postcolonialism, through sexual difference
theory, 'new' discourse theory and discursive hyper-constructivism. The core modules
aim to raise for the students an awareness of a) interconnections between these
apparently disparate arguments; b) a heightened appreciation and critique of the
'transparency' of the intellectual or cultural critic, and c) the ethics of criticism and
theory.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Studies (Critical Theory)




University of Exeter
English Studies (Creative Writing)
University of Exeter, Queens Building, The Queens Drive
Exeter, Devon EX4 4QH UK
Phone: 011 01392 264263 044 1392 264263
Fax: 011+044 1392 264361

This exciting new flexible programme builds on the success of our established MAs
within the School of English. The programme provides a core of central
methodological, critical and theoretical issues. You take two modules in Creative
Writing, two in Research Methodology and two optional. The course aims to
introduce students to the uses of a range of forms in contemporary poetry, alongside
innovative approaches to writing practice. The course is designed for those committed
to writing, who are willing to read extensively, and are prepared to be innovative with
poetic form. It is designed for those who wish to develop their creative talent within
the academic framework of critical response, and learn from contemporary texts. The
course provides students with a stimulating environment in which existing writing
skills can be developed to a professional standard, and a portfolio of writing be
produced alongside critical writing. The main focus will be to establish intensive
weekly writers' workshops, exploring your responses to aspects of form, and to
explore your own work alongside the work of peers. Students will develop a positive
awareness of themselves as practising writers in a wider context, and of the
contemporary poetry scene and it major themes. The course aims to foster the notion
of poetry as a radical vehicle of imaginative and personal expression, and to develop
and sustain individual tone and voice within a range of forms. The course will explore
recent radical innovations in form, and take a critical overview of poetry written in a
variety of forms in English since 1960. The course will explore ideas of meta-
structure, and textual architecture, and consider the way that textual arrangement
enhances the work as a whole.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Studies (Creative Writing)




University of Exeter
English Studies (Victorian Studies)
queens building, the queens drive
Exeter, Devon EX4 4QH UK
Phone: 011 + 01392 264263/044 1392 264263
Fax: 011+01392 264263

This new flexible programme builds on the success of our established MAs in
Criticism and Theory and Cinema History and on the strength of the new Centre for
Victorian Culture now established within the School. The programme provides a core
of central methodological, critical and theoretical issues. The two modules 'Making
Progress' and 'Empire and Decadence', though both free-standing, together comprise
the 'Imagining the Victorians' pathway. The aim of the MA pathway is to locate the
many and diverse products of Victorian culture in relation to the principal social,
economic, and intellectual dynamics of the nineteenth century. Though focused on
written texts, the MA includes the products of visual and three-dimensional culture as
objects of study. As well as establishing a firm historical grounding for all materials
considered, the MA will also develop readings of the Victorian period which engage
with the cultural discourse of our own day: feminism, postcolonialism, cultural
materialism, studies of gender and sexuality, and studies in class, race and ethnicity.
The MA will encourage an understanding of the Victorian period as the birthplace of
many of the debates about class, gender and race which characterise current scholarly
theory and practice, and, more particularly, will place the metanarratives of Marx,
Darwin, and Freud in their nineteenth-century contexts.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Studies (Victorian Studies)




University of Exeter
American Cultural Studies
Queen's Building
Exeter , EX4 4QH UK

Phone: 011+44 264263 011+ 44 1392 264263
Fax: 011+44 264361 + 011+44 1392 264361

The School has a vibrant research culture currently with over 100 graduate students.
Supervision is offered in most areas of English, and the School has major strengths in
Gender and Interdisciplinary Studies as well as a new area of creative writing.
Research supervision is offered across all areas in which staff research and publish,
but the key areas of specialism are: Critical Theory, Cinema History, Twentieth
Century Literature, Victorian Studies, Eighteenth Century Literature and Culture,
Renaissance Studies, Medieval Studies. These are all backed up by relevant library
resources but the School has major internationally significant holdings in Cinema
History, in the form of the resources of the Bill Douglas Centre for the History of
Cinema and Popular Culture, and in Victorian Studies, consolidated by the new
Centre for Victorian Culture.

Degrees Offered:
MPhil/Ph.D.-English




University of Glasgow
Department of English Language
English Language
Office of International Programs
Glasgow, G12 8QQ Scotland, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-141-330-5185
Fax: 011+44-141-330-4045

In terms 1 and 2 students take two courses from the following: Old English philology;
Middle English philology; Modern English philology to c.1900; Old Norse; Germanic
philology; older Scots. In term 3 students work on a special project with a supervisor.


Degrees Offered:
Pg. Cert.- English Language;
Pg. Dip.- English Language




University of Glasgow
Department of English Literature
Literature, Theology and The Arts
9 University Gardens
Glasgow, G12 8QQ Scotland, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 141 330 5185
Fax: 011+44 141 330 4045

An introduction to the study of literature and theology and its interdisciplinary nature.
3 courses: theology and the theory of criticism, Plato to the present day (aesthetics,
mimesis and realism, nature of imagination etc); literary approaches to the Bible
(feminism. rhetorical criticism, narratology etc); introduction to hermeneutics (texts
from Schleiermacher to the present day including Husserl, Heidegger, Ricoeur).

Degrees Offered:
M.Phil.- Literature, Theology and The Arts;
M.Th.- Literature, Theology and The Arts




University of Glasgow
Department of English Language
Medieval English Studies
Glasgow, G12 8QQ Scotland, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 141 330 5185
Fax: 011+44 141 330 4045

Three courses from old English literature; Middle English literature; late medieval
English literature; old English philology; modern English philology; old Norse;
Germanic philology; older Scots; medieval Latin; old French literature; medieval
English drama; Arthurian literature.

Degrees Offered:
M.Phil.- Medieval English Studies;
Pg. Dip.- Medieval English Studies




University of Glasgow
Department of English Literature
Romanticism and the Forms of Modernity
Dept of English Literature, University of Glasgow
Glasgow, G12 8QQ Scotland, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 141 330 5296
Fax: 011+44 141 330 4601
The Masters is a one year course taught over three terms. In the first and second terms
students take two core seminars: 'Constructing the Period', which formally initiates
them into the process of periodizing, historicizing and criticizing Romanticism as we
know and question it; and 'Kinds of Writing/Kinds of Reading', which examines the
main genres of the period and the various ways they were produced and consumed.
Each term students also take two seminars on special subjects in the period. These
have included: 'Romanticism and Romance', 'Coleridge and Wordsworth',
'Nationalism and Reading Publics', 'Constructing Scotland', and 'Romantic
Orientalism'. In the third term students work with an adviser to prepare their final
dissertation.

Degrees Offered:
M.Litt.- Romanticism and the Forms of Modernity




University of Gloucestershire
Literature Since 1950
Postgraduate Modular Scheme, University of Gloucestershire, PO Box 220, The Park
Campus
Cheltenham, Glos GL50 2QF England

Phone: 011+44-1242-532928
Fax: 011+44-1242-543304

Degrees Offered:
Postgraduate Certificate - English Language and Literature;
Postgraduate Diploma - English Language and Literature;
M.A. - English Language and Literature




University of Hertfordshire
External Relations
English Literature
International Development Manager, College Lane
Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL10 9AB England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1707-284779
Fax: 011+44-1707-284738

The Faculty offers supervision to full-time and part-time students engaging in a wide
variety of areas for the degrees of MA, MEd, MPhil and PhD by research. Research
students currently registered in the Faculty are working in such fields as modernist
literature, radio drama, demographic history, linguistics, philosophy, early literacy
development and the education of children with autism. We intend to expand both the
range and numbers of research students working in the Faculty and would welcome
applications for research in areas listed below or other areas of education and
humanities. There are within the Faculty substantial research strengths in education,
English literature, historical studies, linguistics and philosophy, and a significant
number of research projects which are making vital contributions to the advancement
of learning and to academic development.

Degrees Offered:
M.A./M.Ed./M.Phil./Ph.D.- English Literature




University of Hull
English Department
Contemporary Literature and Film
International and External Relations Programmes Office, Cottingham Road
Hull, HU6 7RX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1482-466100
Fax: 011+44-1482-442290

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Contemporary Literature and Film;
M.A. - Women and Literature - (English);
Ph.D. and M.Phil. by Research




University of Kent at Canterbury
The Graduate Office, The Registry
Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NZ England, U.K.

Fax: 011+44-1227-452196

The University of Kent was founded in 1965 and since then has achieved prominence
as one of Britain's most innovative and enterprising universities. Our students come
from many different backgrounds (there are over 110 nationalities represented at
Kent) giving a rich cultural variety on campus. Students come from Hong Kong,
Thailand, Japan, the United States, Nigeria and Europe as well as from the UK.

Research Areas:
English: Modern Literature and Culture;
English: Theory and Culture of Modernism;
English: American Literary Cultures and Europe
University of Kent at Canterbury
Classical Image and Narrative
The Graduate Office, The Registry
Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NZ England, U.K.

Phone: 011 +44-1227-824040
Fax: 011 +44-1227-452196

The University of Kent was founded in 1965 and since then has achieved prominence
as one of Britain's most innovative and enterprising universities. Our students come
from many different backgrounds (there are over 110 nationalities represented at
Kent) giving a rich cultural variety on campus. Students come from Hong Kong,
Thailand, Japan, the United States, Nigeria and Europe as well as from the UK.

Degrees Offered:
P.Dip. - Classical Image and Narrative;
M.A. - Classical Image and Narrative




University of Kent at Canterbury
Management Studies and Business English
The Graduate Office, The Registry
Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NZ England, U.K.

Phone: 011 +44-1227-824040
Fax: 011 +44-1227-452196

The University of Kent was founded in 1965 and since then has achieved prominence
as one of Britain's most innovative and enterprising universities. Our students come
from many different backgrounds (there are over 110 nationalities represented at
Kent) giving a rich cultural variety on campus. Students come from Hong Kong,
Thailand, Japan, the United States, Nigeria and Europe as well as from the UK.

Degrees Offered:
P.Dip. - Management Studies and Business English




University of Lancaster
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
English
Bailrigg
Lancaster, LA1 4YW United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 -0-1524 65201
Fax: 011+44-0-1524 592065

Throughout this intensive course each student's main activity is the writing of a
dissertation (of between 30,000 and 35,000 words) on a topic agreed with a personal
supervisor. The course is designed to provide instruction in the aims and methods of
literary research for graduates capable of independent work. Students are required to
attend the postgraduate research seminar on research practices and processes. Part-
time students must be able to attend a daytime seminar during their first year.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.




University of Lancaster
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Nineteenth-Century Literary Research
Bailrigg
Lancaster, LA1 4YW United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 -0-1524 65201
Fax: 011+44-0-1524 592065

The structure and assessment of this course is the same as for the MA in English
Literary Research. But in addition to attending the postgraduate seminar in research
methods, students will be required to participate in the research seminars of the
Wordsworth Centre and/or the Ruskin Programme which are devoted to the ongoing
study of specific nineteenth century topics (e.g. the Literary Construction of the Lake
District, Ruskin and Aesthetics: Modern Painters 1843-1993). But dissertation topics
are not confined solely to these fields and we welcome applications related to any
aspect of nineteenth century literature and culture, including Romanticism, the novel,
literature and theology and the Gothic.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.




University of Lancaster
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Contemporary Literary Studies
Bailrigg
Lancaster, LA1 4YW United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 -0-1524 65201
Fax: 011+44-0-1524 592065

This course has two main aims: to study some of the major innovations in literature
written in English since the Second World War, and secondly to examine
developments in literary critical theory in the same period. The relationship between
creative and critical is an essential element of the course.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.




University of Lancaster
Faculty of Arts and Humanities
Medieval Studies
Bailrigg
Lancaster, LA1 4YW United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 -0-1524 65201
Fax: 011+44-0-1524 592065

Your main energies will be directed towards the preparation of a dissertation. In
addition, two taught courses are taken in subjects that are likely to serve your main
research interest, since medievalists, especially, need to be proficient in several
disciplines. This opportunity of receiving organised tuition in areas previously
unexplored or in new skills needed for the efficient carrying out of your chosen
research should prove a particularly attractive feature of the scheme. Although most
of the ancillary taught courses are those which are also on offer to undergraduates,
MA students will be assessed and examined quite separately, and the standard of
achievement expected of them will be appropriately higher. On admission you will be
assigned a supervisor who will be responsible for advising on the dissertation and the
choice of courses.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.




University of Leeds
The Taught Postgraduate Admissions Secretary, Taught Courses Office
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS2 9JT England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-113-233-4044
Fax: 011+44-113-233-4108

The University of Leeds has one of the country's largest and most dynamic English
departments, renowned for its unique range and variety of academic work. In the
Research Assessment Exercises in 1992 and in 1996 the School of English was
awarded a '5' rating - indicating research of international standing. The interests of the
forty-three current full-time members of staff range across the whole spectrum of
English studies and are sustained by active research and publishing. In the last five
years over three hundred books, articles, and reviews, comprising a variety of critical
studies, editions and biographies, have been published by the staff.

Degrees Offered:
Taught, M.A. - English Literature;
Taught, M.A. - Medieval English Literature;
Taught, M.A. - American Literature and Culture;
Taught, M.A. - Literature from Commonwealth Countries;
Taught, M.A. - Shakespeare: Contexts and Reception;
Taught, M.A. - Victorian Literature;
Taught, M.A. - Theatre Studies;
Taught, M.A. - Icelandic Studies;
Taught, M.A. - Bibliography, Publishing and Textual Studies
Research degrees of M.A.;
M.Phil.;
Ph.D. in most areas of English language and literature.




University of Limerick
English Language and Literature
International Education Division
Limerick, Ireland

Phone: 011+353+61+212414
Fax: 011+353 61 202 569

English is the world's most economically important and widely spoken language.
Graduates who specialise in teaching English to foreign students have always found a
global need for their professional skills. It has been recognised for some time that a
specific course is required for teachers of English to non-native speakers.

Degrees Offered:
Master of Arts in English Language Teaching




University of Liverpool, The
Faculty of Arts
English Language and Literature

Liverpool, L69 3BX England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-151-794 6730
Fax: 011+44-151-708 6502

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Renaissance and Romantic Literature (one year full-time, two years
part-time) part-time admissions in odd-number years (i.e. October 1995, 1997 etc.);
M.A.- Victorian Literature (one year full-time, two years part-time) part-time
admissions in even-number years (i.e. October 1996, 1998, etc.);
M.A.- Science Fiction Studies (one year full-time);
M.A. -English by Directed Research (one year full-time);
M.A.- Language Teaching and Learning (one year full-time)




University of Luton
Westminster Business School
Religion and Literature (pending validation in 2000)
University of Luton, Faculty of Humanities, Vicarage Street
Luton, Bedfordshire LU1 3JU England

Phone: 011 +44 1582 743 003
Fax: 011+ 44 1582 522 216

An academic study of religion and literature, with particular focus on the three
Abrahamic faiths of Islam, Christianity and Judaism. This interdisplinary programme
incorporates the fields of religious studies, literature, history and politics, integrating
theory with practice.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Religion and Literature

Research Areas:The academic study of "sacred texts"; intersections and divergences
between the writings of Islam, Christianity and Judaism; historical and literary
criticism combined with current theoretical approaches from the fields of religious
studies and English; political and social ramifications of religious beliefs; influence of
religion in literary and cultural products and ideas; opportunity for well-designed
independent projects.




University of Manchester
Dept of English and American Studies
English and American Literature
International Office
Manchester, M13 9PL England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-161-275-3144
Fax: 011+44-161-275-3256

The University of Manchester welcomes applications from overseas. The University
is a truly cosmopolitan community with nearly 2,500 international students, and many
scholars and researchers, from more than 120 countries. We also have established
links with a variety of universities and research establishments in Europe, North
America, Latin America, Central Africa and East and South East Asia

Degrees Offered:
M.A. in Novel Writing;
M.A. in Cultural Criticism;
M.A. in Anglo-Saxon Studies;
M.A. in Old English Language, Literature, and Culture;
M.A. in Middle English Studies;
M.A. in Renaissance Drama;
M.A. in Women's Writing: 1610-1820;
M.A. in Eighteenth-Century Literature;
M.A. in British Romantic Literature;
M.A. in Victorian Literature;
M.A. in English Language and Linguistics;
MPhil by Research;
Ph.D. by Research




University of Manchester
Integrated MA Courses
International Office
Manchester, M13 9PL England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-161-275-2060
Fax: 011+44-161-275-2058

The University of Manchester welcomes applications from overseas. The University
is a truly cosmopolitan community with nearly 2,500 international students, and many
scholars and researchers, from more than 120 countries. We also have established
links with a variety of universities and research establishments in Europe, North
America, Latin America, Central Africa and East and South East Asia

Degrees Offered:
Integrated M.A. Courses:
Writing and transmission of Contemporary Poetry;
Novel Writing;
Colonial and Post-Colonial Literature and Theory;
Cultural Criticism;
Language and Cultural Theory;
Victorian Literature;
British Romantic Literature;
18th Century English Literature;
Women's Writing, 1610-1820;
Middle English Studies;
Anglo-Saxon Studies;
Old English Language, and Culture;
The Editing and transmission of Texts;
English Language and Linguistics




University of Newcastle upon Tyne
International Office
Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-191-222-8152
Fax: 011+44-191-222-5212

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Appled Linguistics and Bilingualism;
M.Sc. - Human Communication Sciences;
M.A. - Linguistics and English Language;
Diploma - Linguistics and English Language;
M.A. - Linguistics for (TESOL);
Diploma - Linguistics for (TESOL);
M.A. - Religion and Literature;
Diploma - Religion and Literature;
M.A. - Shakespeare and Renaissance Culture;
Diploma - Shakespeare and Renaissance Culture;
M.A. - Twentieth-Century Studies: English and American Literature and Film;
Diploma - Twentieth-Century Studies: English and American Literature and Film;
M.A. - Media Technology for Teaching English as a Foreign Language;
Diploma - Media Technology for Teaching Engish as a Foreign Language;
M.Litt., M.Phil. and Ph.D. by Research




University of North London
Literature, Representation and Modernity
166-220 Holloway Road
London, N7 8DB England, U.K.
Phone: 011+44 20 7753 3333
Fax: 011+44 20 7753 3271

Both the MA and the Diploma courses are structured around two core modules which
provide the general intellectual background upon which the various optional modules
can develop. The core modules will introduce you to the major historical and
intellectual contexts in which the development of contemporary literary and critical
theories can be understood. Between them, they provide both a broad context for
understanding general developments in Western European literary and critical thought
since the eighteenth century (romanticism; Marxism; structuralism; post-
structuralism), and also a more focused consideration of the nineteenth-and twentieth-
century critical tradition in Britain.

Degrees Offered:
PgDip.- Literature, Representation and Modernity;
M.A.- Literature, Representation and Modernity




University of Nottingham
Department of English Studies
English Studies
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44-115-951-5247
Fax: 011+44-115-951-5155

The English Studies taught masters and PhD program allows students to follow taught
courses and to do research in all periods from the Viking Age to the Present day, but
particular specialisms exist in spoken English Language, in the Medieval period, in
the 18th century, in D.H.Lawrence and in the 20th century.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Studies;
M.A. - Victorian Literature;
M.A. - D H Lawrence and the Modern Age;
M.A. - Viking Studies;
M.A. - Anglo-Saxon Studies;
M.A. - Medieval English;
M.A. - English Language (Literary Studies);
M.A. - English Language Teaching;
M.Phil. by Research;
Ph.D. by Research

Research Areas:American Narrative Fiction, Poetry, Thought and Culture, Visual
Culture, Native Americans, Civil Rights, Foreign Policy, The West, Womens History,
Political Theory, Sexuality and Gender, Contemporary Canadian Literature etc.




University of Reading
Department of English
English
Whiteknights, P.O.Box 218
Reading, RG6 6AA England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-118-931-8362
Fax: 011+44-118-931-6561

We offer a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary program of research and taught courses,
with the use of a research library whose archives include the Beckett International
Foundation, and easy access to major collections in London and Oxford, and to
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Renaissance; Politics, Patronage and Literature;
M.A. - Gender and Writing (1575-1760);
M.A. - Literature and the Visual Arts: 1840-1940;
M.A. - Beckett Studies;
M.A. - Children's Literature;
M.A. - Science Fiction;
Ph.D.;
M.Phil

Research Areas:All areas of English Literature, with special interests corresponding to
the MA programs listed above. Renaissance Texts Research Centrel; Globe Theatre
Project; Beckett International Foundation; Centre for International Research in
Children's Literature; Graduate Centre for Medieval Studies




University of Salford
The Research and Graduate College
Salford, Greater Manchester M5 4WT England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-161-295 5000
Fax: 011+44-161-295 5999

Degrees Offered:
M.A./PgDip. - English: Literature and Modernity;
M.A./PgDip. - Cultural Studies
University of Sheffield
English Literature
Graduate Admissions Office, P.O. Box 594
Sheffield, S10 2UH England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-114-222-1405
Fax: 011+44-114-222-1415




University of Southampton
Faculty of Arts
English
International Admissions Officer, Highfield
Southampton, SO17 1BJ England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-23-8059-2761
Fax: 011+44-23-8059-3037

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - Early Modern European Culture;
M.A. - Gender Studies;
M.A. - Literature, Culture and Modernity;
M.A. - Film Studies;
M.Phil. and Ph.D. by Research




University of Southampton
Department of English
Culture and History of Science
Highfield
Southampton, SO17 1BJ U.K.

Phone: 011+44-23-8059-5000

The department runs a research seminar where postgraduates and staff meet regularly
to hear a visiting speaker and discuss current developments in the field. Many of these
speakers are internationally known figures. Postgraduates themselves also organise
reading groups and seminar series on a diverse range of themes.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.




University of Southampton
Department of English
Literature, Culture and Modernity
Highfield
Southampton, SO17 1BJ U.K.

Phone: 011+44-23-8059-5000

The department runs a research seminar where postgraduates and staff meet regularly
to hear a visiting speaker and discuss current developments in the field. Many of these
speakers are internationally known figures. Postgraduates themselves also organise
reading groups and seminar series on a diverse range of themes.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.




University of Southampton
Department of English
Medieval Culture
Highfield
Southampton, SO17 1BJ U.K.

Phone: 011+44-23-8059-5000
The department runs a research seminar where postgraduates and staff meet regularly
to hear a visiting speaker and discuss current developments in the field. Many of these
speakers are internationally known figures. Postgraduates themselves also organise
reading groups and seminar series on a diverse range of themes.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.




University of St Andrews
English Language
St Andrews
Fife, SCOTLAND KY16 9AD SCOTLAND

Phone: 011- 01334 462400
Fax: 011-01334 462401

The School of English has expanded during the past decade, and its members of staff
have a wide range of research interests. The encouragement of postgraduate study has
been a special concern of the School, and the number of graduate students has grown
markedly in recent years. Although this has been particularly noticeable in the fields
of Creative Writing, Mediaeval English, Shakespeare, and Scottish literature,
postgraduate research has also been undertaken in many other areas, such as theatre
history, contemporary drama, Romanticism, nineteenth-century poetry, and the novel
in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Incoming graduate students will find
themselves part of an active academic community in the School, with regular
seminars and social gatherings for all postgraduates and staff, in addition to the
normal individual meetings between graduate students and their supervisors.

Degrees Offered:
M.Phil. Ph.D.




University of Stirling
Computer Assisted Language Learning and TESOL
Student Recruitment Office, University of Stirling
Stirling, FK9 4LA Scotland, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1786-467046
Fax: 011+44-1786-466800

Degrees Offered:
M.Sc. - TESOL;
M.Sc. - Computer Assisted Language Learning and TESOl;
Ph.D. by Research




University of Stirling
Department of English Studies
English Studies
Student Recruitment Office, University of Stirling
Stirling, FK9 4LA Scotland, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1786 467046
Fax: 011+44 1786 466800
Gradute programs of one year (taught Masters degrees); Masters programs by
research; research degrees. Programs open to graduate students with suitable first
(undergraduate) degrees.

Degrees Offered:
M.Litt. - Publishing Studies;
M.Litt. - Gothic Imagination;
M.Litt. - Post-colonial Diasporas;
M.Litt. - English Studies;
M.Litt. - Renaissance Studies;
Ph.D. and M.Phil. by Research




University of Strathclyde
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
English Studies
16 Richmond Street
Glasgow, G1 1XQ Scotland

Phone: 011+44 141 548 2805
Fax: 011+44 141 552 5860

Degrees Offered:
PGDip.- English Studies




University of Sunderland
English Studies: Renaissance to Romanticism
Unit 4D, Technology Park, Chester Road
Sunderland, SR2 7PS United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 191 515 2648
Fax: 011+44 191 515 2960

Degrees Offered:
M.A.-English Studies: Renaissance to Romanticism




University of Sunderland
Department of English
English Studies: Renaissance
Centre for International Education, Unit 4D, Technology Park, Chester Road
Sunderland, SR2 7PS United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 191 515 2648
Fax: 011+44 191 515 2960

Degrees Offered:
M.A.-English Studies: Renaissance




University of Sussex
English Literature
Postgraduate Admissions
Brighton, BN1 9QG UK
Phone: 011+44-1273-678412
Fax: 011+44-1273-678335

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English Literature;
M.Phil., D. Phil. - English Literature (by research)




University of Teesside
Primary English
Middlesbrough
Cleveland, TS1 3BA United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44-1642-21-8121
Fax: 011+44-1642-34-2067

Degrees Offered:
PgCert/PgDip




University of the West of England, Bristol
Faculty of Humanities
English
Coldharbour Lane
Bristol, England BS16 1QY United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 117 344 3333

The MA English will develop your skills in reading and criticism, broaden the range
of your reading - particularly in the modern period - and increase your understanding
of current critical and theoretical debates. The award provides a varied experience of
postgraduate literary study for those wishing to top up a first degree, and offers a
foundation of knowledge and skills for those intending to pursue a research degree.

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - English




University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Faculty of Arts
English
Postgraduate Admissions Office, Old College, King Street
Aberystwyth, Ceredigion SY23 2AX WALES, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1970-622-023
Fax: 011+44-1970-627-410

Degrees Offered:
M.A. - American Literature since 1945;
M.A. - Literaty Studies;
M.A. - American Studies;
M.A. - Eighteenth Century Studies;
M.A. - Postmodern Fictions




University of Wales at Lampeter
Lampeter, SA48 7ED WALES, U.K.
Phone: 011+44-1570 422351
Fax: 011+44-1570 423423




University of Wales, Bangor
International Office,University of Wales, Bangor
Gwynedd, LL57 2DG WALES, U.K.

Phone: 011+44-1248-382028
Fax: 011+44-1248-370451

Degrees Offered:
M.A./Diploma - English;
M.A./Diploma - Arthurian Literature;
M.A./Diploma - Romantic Literature;
M.Phil. and Ph.D. by Research




University of Wales Swansea
Humanities
American Studies
International Office, Singleton Park
Swansea, SA2 8PP Wales, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 1792 295 818
Fax: 011+44 1792 295 839
Scholarships available for International Postgraduates. One year Masters degree
available. Resources include an extensive video library and research links with several
US and European universities.

Degrees Offered:
MA in American Studies;
MPhil;
PhD

Research Areas:Americanization of culture; American overseas intervention,
especially in Southeast Asia; ethnicity and multiculturalism; 20th century American
writing; labor working class history; colonial and revolutionary history;
Fundamentalism; American Presidency; impact of war on American society; native
Americans.




University of Wales Swansea
Women's Studies
Singleton Park
Swansea, SA2 8PP United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44 1792 295818
Fax: 011+44 1792 295839
An interdisciplinary Masters taught by Gender specialists from Egyptology, English,
European languages, History, Media Studies, Sociology and Anthropology.

Degrees Offered:
M.A .-Gender and Culture

Research Areas:Sexual and textual politics of the New Woman; The Female Malady:
Women Writing Madness; Women writers of the 1940s; Women writing India;
Masculinity in contemporary women's fiction; gendered approaches to myth and
fairytale; contemporary German women's writing; women and gender in Ancient
Egypt




University of Wales Swansea
Graduate programmes in English
International Office, Singleton Park
Swansea, SA2 8PP Wales, U.K.
Phone: 011+44 1792 295 818
Fax: 011+44 1792 295 839

Home to the Centre for Research into the English Literature and Language of Wales
(CREW) and to the Centre for Research into Gender in Culture and Society
(GENCAS), the Department of English at Swansea University can support a wide
range of specialist subjects.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.- English;
M.A .-The Diversity of Contemporary Writing;
M.A.- Modern Welsh Writing in English;
M.A.- Creative and Media Writing;
M.A.- Gender and Culture;
M.Phil.;
Ph.D.

Research Areas:Welsh Writing in English; Creative Writing; Gender and Culture;
Media Writing




University of Warwick
English / Comparative Literary Studies
International Office, University of Warwick
Coventry, CV4 7AL England, U.K.
Phone: 011+44-24-7652-3705
Fax: 011+44-24-7646-1606

The University of Warwick has more than 4000 graduate students in its graduate
school, and offers more than 90 taught Master's programmes, as well as PhDs in all
academic departments. The University is ranked in the top 10 British Universities for
the quality of its research, in the government funding council's four yearly research
assessment exercise, and in the top four for the quality of its teaching. It offers a
stimulating academic environment for graduate study, and excellent campus facilities,
including the largest Arts Centre complex outside of London.

Degrees Offered:
M.A . - English;
M.A . - Gender, Literature and Modernity;
M.A. - Colonial and Postcolonial Literature;
M.A . - Philosophy and Literature;
Ph.D.

Research Areas:All academic departments are active in research, and further
information on detailed research areas is available on request.




University of Warwick
Coventry, CV4 7AL United Kingdom

Phone: 011-024-7652-3706
Fax: 011-024-7646-1606

Degrees Offered:
Postgraduate Degree - English




University of Westminster
Department of Languages
Arabic/English translation Studies
309 Regent Street
London, W1R 8A,L England, U.K.

Phone: 011+44 20 7911 5000

Degrees Offered:
PgDip.- Arabic/English translation Studies;
M.A.- Arabic/English translation Studies
University of Wolverhampton
English Language
Molineux Street
Wolverhampton, WV1 1SB United Kingdom

Phone: 011-44-01902-322332
Fax: 011-44-01902-322600

Degrees Offered:
Postgraduate Degree - English Language




University of Wolverhampton
English Literature
Molineux Street
Wolverhampton, WV1 1SB United Kingdom

Phone: 011-44-01902-322332
Fax: 011-44-01902-322600

Degrees Offered:
Postgraduate Degree - English Literature




University of York (UK)
Graduate Study
International Office, University of York, Heslington
York, YO10 5DD United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44-1904-43-3534
Fax: 011+44-1904-43-3538

Degrees Offered:
M.A.;
M.Phil.;
Ph.D.

Research Areas:
Medieval Archaeology;
Medieval languages;
Medieval art and literature;
Palaeography;
Stained glass




University of York (UK)
Department of English
Graduate Study
International Office, University of York, Heslington
York, YO10 5DD United Kingdom

Phone: 011+44-1904-433534
Fax: 011+44-1904-433538

The Department has wide-ranging research interests in the literature of all historical
periods of English and related literatures and offers graduate students the opportunity
to study for an MA, MPhil or PhD degree, full-time or part-time. The Department
received a top grade of 5 in the 2001 Research Assessment Exercise.

Degrees Offered:
M.A.;
M.Phil.;
Ph.D.

Research Areas:
English Renaissance literature;
Literature of the Romantic period;
Life-writing;
Medieval Studies;
Women's studies;
Contemporary literature;
Eighteenth Century Studies




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