Intercultural Studies MPhil/PhD
- Comparative literature; literary theory
- Film studies, especially European and American cinema; film theory
- Gender studies, including interdisciplinary, historical and literary aspects
- Translation studies: history and theory of translation; literary translation.
A Master’s degree in a relevant discipline from a UK university, or an overseas qualification of an equivalent standard.
English level expected: Good
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- UK/EU Full-time: £4,500
- UK/EU Part-time: £2,250
- Overseas Full-time: £16,200
- Overseas Part-time: £8,250
Scholarships available for this department
The intention is that Wolfson Scholarships will be awarded to outstanding students who demonstrate the potential to make an impact on their chosen field. Wolfson Scholarships will be awarded solely on academic merit. Ideally the successful students would aspire to an academic career.
Full details of funding opportunities can be found on the UCL Scholarships website
Recent graduates of our MPhil/PhD programmes have found employment in academia as lecturers and postdoctoral researchers in UK universities including Cambridge, UCL and St Andrews, as well as overseas at Hong Kong Baptist University.
Ms Patrizia Oliver
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