Taught & Research Masters Scholarships at Newcastle University 2020
Newcastle University is inviting students from around the world to apply for Taught & Research Masters Scholarships at SML (The School of Modern Languages)
Successful applicants will join our thriving School, which was ranked sixth in the UK for Modern Languages and Linguistics in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework. There is a vibrant research culture in the School; staff and students work in a diverse range of fields from sociocultural, historical and political studies, to film and literature, to linguistics, sociolinguistics and translating/interpreting studies.
The School hosts regular research seminars and has strong links to a number of Research Groups and Centres in the HASS Faculty, including the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), the Postcolonial Research Network, the Research Centre for Film and Digital Media, and the Translating and Interpreting Research Forum.
- Host University : Newcastle University
- Course Level: Postgraduate
- Place Of Study : United Kingdom
- Full time students: October 2020 for one year
- Part time students: October 2020 for two years
- The application deadline for both funding schemes is 5 June 2020
The School of Modern Languages is offering awards up to the potential value of £5,000, to enable students to follow any of the following MA programmes in SML:
1- MA in Professional Translation for European Languages (French, German, Italian, Spanish) (Dr M el-Maizi: [email protected]
2- MA Translating and Interpreting, MA Translating, MA Interpreting, MA Translation Studies (Chinese Strand) (Dr Y Chen: [email protected])
3- MA in Film Theory & Practice (Dr S Yu: [email protected])
Successful applicants will hold at least a good 2:1 BA Honours degree or equivalent in a relevant subject area, and native or near-native proficiency in the relevant language, as well as in English. You should be able to demonstrate yourintention to continue to doctoral study.
Application Process :
Applications should include the following:
1. A CV of no more than 2 sides of A4, outlining relevant experience
2. A letter of application (600 words maximum) stating the
reference number of your MA application and outlining the following:
- your motivation for Masters study
- your reasons for choosing Newcastle University
- how your experience to date has prepared you for this course
- how this programme of study will help you to achieve your future goals.
Informal enquiries should be directed to the relevant Degree Programme Director.
The School of Modern Languages is offering awards up to the potential value of £5,000,
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