Paper and pizza / Ink and drink: Considering an MA at UCL?
21 March 2017, 12:00 pm–2:00 pm
This workshop will allow you the chance to see and explore some of the wonderful books and manuscript treasures hidden in our very own UCL Special Collections and give you the chance to try penning your own ‘treasure’ with ink and quill.
This event is free.
Early Modern Exchanges
Room 417, DMS Watson, UCL, Malet Place, LONDON, WC1E 7JE
There’ll be some pizza and drinks, and a chance to chat to our Early Modern tutors about studying the Renaissance and working with archival material at UCL.
The event is free but registration is required.
The MA in Early Modern Studies
This taster session will give you an insight into what it is like to study on UCL’s MA in Early Modern Studies
With the MA in Early Modern Studies you can tailor a programme to suit your interests.
- You will take two core modules: Reframing the Renaissance and Forging the Early Modern (a total of 30 credits). These modules cover a wide range of disciplines, giving you a broad understanding of the Early Modern period, and helping you identify areas of interest for further study.
- You then select 2-4 optional modules (15 or 30 credits each, up to a total of 60 credits)
- All students will also complete an 18,000 word dissertation (90 credits)
The programme is very hands-on, with a combination of lively tutorials, workshops, discussions and library, archive, museum and gallery visits. For more information on the degree, including entry requirements and how to apply, see the online prospectus.