School of Humanities Postgraduate Taught
Postgraduate taught courses in the School of Humanities
Our community of researchers, teachers, students, and support staff work together on some of the most interesting and pressing issues in historical and contemporary culture.
Our postgraduate courses cover a wide range of areas, from the teaching of high-level skills in languages, through advanced practical study in creative writing and journalism, to research-led courses at the cutting edge of their academic disciplines in the study of history, literature, language, and culture.
Browse our portfolio of postgraduate programmes in the School of Humanities.
Engage critically with the work of writers past and present or hone your own creative practice alongside professional writers.
Develop the theoretical knowledge and analytical skills to engage critically with contemporary gender issues.
Take your understanding of historical scholarship to an advanced level while developing your research skills.
Work with internationally-recognised academics and experienced journalists to explore media history, theory and practice.
Gain invaluable industry experience in translation and interpreting and get a competitive edge in the job market.
Fees & funding
From 2023/24 academic year, SAAS are increasing the tuition fee loan from £5,500 to £7,000. Full-time students can also apply for a living cost loan of up to £4,500, making the total funding available £11,500.
EU residents applying to full-time, face-to-face postgraduate taught programmes may be eligible for an EU Engagement Scholarship worth £5,000.
Non-EU international residents applying to full-time, face-to-face postgraduate taught programmes may be eligible for a scholarship worth £2,500 - £5,000.
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