Storytelling is part of every culture and reveals much about a person's lived experience, values and aspirations within a given time.
Studying the English Literature MA at Brunel gives you the opportunity to uncover the richness of the history of English Literature ? through selected periods, genres and diverse storytellers ? through a set of underlying themes that act as windows into deeper understanding.
Whether your purpose is to explore a long held interest, build on previous studies or to benefit your career, studying a literature degree at Brunel will keep you close the one of the key literary capitals of the world.
Your journey will commence with an introductory module on ?Reading, Writing and Research? to help equip you with the required skills and competencies relevant to literary studies, so you will have the confidence to pursue self-directed study on any given topic.
You will then study four additional modules including ?Authors?, where you will study one author or a well-recognised group of authors from a list that includes: John Keats and P.B. Shelley; the Brontes; Charles Dickens, or selected modernist authors such as Virginia Woolf and Katherine Mansfield or postmodernist and experimental writers, B.S. Johnson and J.G. Ballard.
Careers and your future
An English master's will equip you with a set of enviable skills which are vital for careers in publishing, print and electronic media, the culture industries and education.
Your skills will also be attractive to employers within sectors where accuracy in the written descriptive word is a central feature, including law, the civil service, advertising, marketing, financial services and business.
Above all, an MA in English Literature will benefit your own writing, critique and self-expression.
If, at the end of the course, you decide to continue your studies to doctoral level, you will have the essential research skills, and the opportunity, to join a flourishing research culture at Brunel.
EXPECTED SEP-2021, 2021-OCT-04. EXPECTED SEP-2021, 2021-OCT-04.
Tuitions and fees
|Duration & Attendance||Qualification||Tuition fees||Fee type|
|1 Years - full-time||MA - Master of Arts||£8485||Home Fees|
|1 Years - full-time||MA - Master of Arts||£17875||Overseas Fees|
|1 Years - full-time||MA - Master of Arts||£8485||European Fees|
|2 Years - part-time||MA - Master of Arts||£4240||Home Fees|
|2 Years - part-time||MA - Master of Arts||£8935||Overseas Fees|
|2 Years - part-time||MA - Master of Arts||£4240||European Fees|
- Domestic entry requirements: A 2:2 (or above) UK Honours degree, or equivalent internationally recognised qualification, in a related subject (English Language, English Literature, Arts, Humanities, History, Philosophy, Drama).
- International entry requirements: A 2:2 (or above) UK Honours degree, or equivalent internationally recognised qualification, in a related subject (English Language, English Literature, Arts, Humanities, History, Philosophy, Drama). IELTS: 6.5 (min 6 in all areas). TOEFL: 92 (min 20 in all).
- IELTS score: 6.5
- TOEFL score: 92