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Module Registration - MA in Literary Translation Studies

All students must take:

CW908 Translation Studies in Theory and Practice (Autumn)

CW915 The Practice of Literary Translation (Spring)

CW921 Literary Translation Studies Dissertation (runs all year)

EN100 Research Methods (in the English department) (Autumn)

Students must also take:

An optional core module somewhere in the Faculty of Arts or in IATL, subject to agreement with the MALTS Convenor and the permission of the external module instructor. This optional core should be translation-relevant in some way. You may choose to take this in the autumn or in the spring, depending on the availability of your chosen module.

An elective module somewhere in the Faculty of Arts or in IATL, subject to the permission of the external module instructor. You may choose to take this in the autumn or in the spring, depending on the availability of your chosen module.

    Part-time students take both core taught modules in their first year and do everything else in their second year, but variations on this structure can be discussed with the MALTS Convenor.

     

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