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MRes in Modern Languages

Master of Research

The course offers translation theory, European and Arabic cultural and intellectual history and digital humanities in addition to research skills and training.

MRes in Modern Languages
Students at the Institute of Modern Languages benefit from a diverse range of events and the networks associated with its specialist centres.

The Institute of Modern Languages Research (IMLR) welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates for its Master of Research in Modern Languages. The degree is offered to students who would like specific training for postgraduate research in modern languages aiming ultimately at a PhD, or who wish to take a challenging Master’s. The course offers a distinctive and unique choice of translation theory, European and Arabic cultural and intellectual history (taught at the Warburg Institute), and digital humanities in addition to research skills and training. 

The Master of Research is a flexible programme that allows in-depth study under the supervision of experts in the field. The dissertation gives the student scope to explore an area of interest in depth and to develop advanced critical and analytical research skills. You will receive face-to-face supervision and specialist research training in small groups within a well-established research training programme. 
 

Visit the School of Advanced Study website to find out more about the course structure, teaching and assessments, available funding opportunities and more information on applying.