The MLitt in German Studies offers students an opportunity to develop their academic interests in German language societies and cultures from the Middle Ages to the present.
Students work with academics who have expertise in a particularly wide range of research specialisms in German studies (medieval literature, the 19th century, realism, travel writing, historiography, queer studies, cultural memory, contemporary literature, film and visual culture).
German studies may be taken as a single-subject pathway within the MLitt, or you can combine it with one of five other pathways:
- French studies
- Italian studies
- Middle Eastern literary and cultural studies (Arabic and Persian)
- Russian studies
- Spanish and Latin American studies.
2:1 Honours degree in German with a German language proficiency at C1 level on the European Framework or equivalent. Secondary pathway subjects cannot be taken at beginner's level.
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