Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Glasgow, formerly the Glasgow Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, offers a Masters-level postgraduate degree in Medieval and Renaissance Studies that may be completed during one year of full-time study or two years if pursued part-time. Although the programme is designed to be stimulating and intellectually challenging in its own right, it also provides key training for more advanced research at doctoral level.

The programme is designed as an interdisciplinary study of a broad range of disciplines and areas of knowledge relating to all aspects and periods of medieval and early modern culture, including but not limited to languages, literatures, history and visual culture. Our teaching draws on the wide range of interests and expertise of over sixty faculty members across disciplines — one of the largest cohorts of specialisation in any university in the world — and on the important resources of the University Library with its outstanding manuscript and early printed book collections as well as the many outstanding museums, art galleries, historic buildings and other resources to be found in the University, the City and Scotland as a whole.