This integrated Master’s degree has a strong contemporary feel while combining literary study with the professional and vocational skills needed to equip you for future employment no matter what career you choose to enter. You’ll work through an exciting and diverse range of texts organised by subject theme as opposed to historical period, which we find rather restrictive. What’s more there is a strong emphasis on writing and communication, and this includes business writing, journalism and writing for the media. There is also the opportunity to pursue a creative pathway all the way through the degree. As well as learning on campus, you’ll get to the opportunity to experience literary study in a real-world setting, with a four-week or 30-week placement depending on degree length.