Languages, Literature and Culture studies covers degrees in individual modern languages (often including the history, literature, culture, and politics), translation and interpreting, and linguistics (the science behind language and communication).
Studies in Languages, Literature and Culture are ideal for those who want to further their knowledge in this subject area at postgraduate doctorate level and improve their employability.
Languages, Literature and Culture bring together wide range of disciplines at postgraduate level such as Linguistics, comparative literary studies, English studies, ancient language studies, Latin studies, Classical studies, French studies, German studies, Italian studies, Spanish studies, Scandinavian studies, Russian and East European studies, European studies, Chinese studies, Japanese studies, Asian studies, African studies, American studies, and Australasian studies.
Variety of doctoral courses are available for admissions in this subject such as Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD, DPhil), Professional Doctorate (DBA, EdD, DPharm etc.), PhD by Publication (PhD), and Level 8 Courses (Diplomas and Certificates).