Department name School of Arts
Course type Research course
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21 - 36 months
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Course summary Research opportunities in French studies: Modern French and Francophone (including African literature and cinema) studies; Valery; manuscript studies; genetic criticism; French cinema (especially Godard); independent film-makers; translations; media studies; 19th century French literature; 20th century French literature (especially Colette, Giono, Duras, nouveau Roman, drama; contemporary writing); French language; French economy, contemporary French society. Research opportunities in Hispanic studies: Spanish and Latin American cinema; contemporary Spanish literature; contemporary Spain; Spain in Europe; postcolonial studies; cultural studies; translation; lexicography; applied linguistics; business Spanish.
International admissions requirements For MPhil: Honours degree from a UK university or equivalent qualification required; for PhD: a relevant higher degree from a UK university or equivalent qualification; transfer from MPhil to PhD programmes is permitted.
Qualification Masters Degree
Awarding body Roehampton University
About University of Roehampton Roehampton University is a friendly, vibrant and multi-cultural collegiate community, set in a beautiful and historic campus in south-west London, close to Richmond Park. The university was established in 2004 by a collaboration of four distinguished colleges, whose origins can be traced back to 1841. The institution has a growing international reputation for the high quality of its teaching and research, offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate co... Read more
Research opportunities in French studies: Modern French and Francophone (including African literature and cinema) studies; read more
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