The MLitt is a postgraduate degree available either by instruction or research. The English Department offers a range of taught MLitt programmes, some in conjunction with other departments and with one or more of the University's interdisciplinary research centres. A taught MLitt offers students the opportunity to follow an advanced course of study in a specialised area of literature or language. It also provides the research preparation and training skills necessary to allow students to progress to an MPhil or PhD.
A taught MLitt programme normally lasts 12 months full-time or 24 months part-time, although immigration regulations prevent an overseas student from studying part-time. The programme includes a combination of compulsory and elective courses, and supervised research towards a dissertation. In some programmes there is an option to complete a diploma after 9 months without writing a dissertation.
The MLitt by Research is a 12 month (full-time) or 24 month (part-time) research degree.
For further information and an application form, contact the relevant MLitt programme coordinator (listed within the links below) or email: email@example.com
For details about Postgraduate Study and the University of Aberdeen visit SRAS.