Postgraduate taught degrees

Postgraduate taught degrees

English Literature offers a variety of MLitt programmes for postgraduate taught study, reflecting our research and teaching expertise in Medieval, Renaissance, 19th and 20th century literature and in creative writing. These Masters are usually one year full-time or two years part-time and begin in September. The MFA in Creative Writing is a two year programme aimed at writers who wish to teach creative writing. There is also the option of a taught MRes in English Literature which combines taught courses with a larger independent research component.

With almost 30 full-time academic staff, we are one of the largest and most active English Literature departments in the UK. Our international community includes scholars from Canada, Greece, Ireland, Jamaica, Mexico, Trinidad and the United States, who together make a vital contribution to the distinctive profile of English Literature at Glasgow.

If you choose to study with us you will benefit from a friendly and intellectually stimulating environment with excellent facilities including a world-class library. Glasgow was ranked third in the UK, and first in Scotland, for research strength in English Language and Literature in the most recent Research Excellence Framework (REF 2014).