||Master of Arts
Master of Music
Master of Science
||18th Century Studies
20th and 21st Century Literature
Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching
Applied Linguistics (Research Methodology)
MSc Archaeological Computing: Virtual Pasts
MSc Archaeological Computing: GIS and Survey
Business Heritage and Management
English Language Teaching (ELT)
English Language Teaching / TESOL Studies
English Literary Studies
English Literary Studies (Eighteenth Century)
English Literary Studies (Nineteenth Century)
English Literary Studies (Post-Colonial and World Literatures)
Film and Cultural Management
Jewish History and Culture
Literature, Culture and Modernity
MSc Archaeology (Higher Archaeological Practice)
MSc Archaeology (Paleoanthropology)
MSc Archaeology (Bioarchaeology)
MSc Archaeology (Maritime Archaeology)
MSc Maritime Archaeology
MSc Maritime Archaeology (Conservation)
Medieval and Renaissance Culture
Palaeolithic Archaeology and Human Origins
Rome and the Mediterranean
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Additional requirements are also listed.
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