More information about the requirement application can be found on https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/literary-studies
More information about the tuition fees can be found on www.studieren-in-holland.de/25,1,studiengebuehren.html
EU/EEA students: 15 June (September intake); 1 December (February intake)
EU/EEA students: 1 April (September intake); 15 October (February intake)
The Leiden University Master's in Literary Studies offers separate one - year programmes in English, French, German and Italian literature and culture, as well as Literature in Society. This master's is an excellent way of deepening and broadening your knowledge of the literature and culture of your specialisation, thus becoming a true specialist.
All courses are taught in the language of your specialisation. The Master's programmes in English, French, German and Italian liter ature cover the entire range of these literatures, from medieval to early modern, modern and contemporary. You will benefit from co urses given by experts in terms of the period (middle ages, early modern, modern, post - modern and post - colonial) but also interms of rhetoric, semiotics, intermediality, inter - cultural history and other approaches current in Literary Studies.
Use the vast range of options to construct your personal programme. You may include a course in English, French, German or Italian
linguistics. You may also include a course in the national Masterlanguage programme or go abroad to the country of your speci
an internship or university courses.
Curriculum and Overview
The aim of the MA Literary Studies is to introduce ambitious students to the concepts and academic approaches current in Literary Studies.
At the conclusion of the programme you will have acquired in
depth knowledge and the ability to think critically and analytically, all
essential for a successful career in your chosen profession. Opportunities are provided for students to broaden thei
r world experience and
professional skills in preparation to excel early in their chosen career.
For detailed information on the courses and curricula, see the e-Prospectus: https://studiegids.universiteitleiden.nl/literary+studies
Alumni of the MA in Literary Studies can be found employed in a wide variety of fields. Our graduates work within public relations, journalism, in translation agencies, or as copywriters, correctors, education - centre directors, policy - makers in city counsels and ministries, cultural representatives, art editors for newspapers, and librarians or lectors at publishing houses. You will also be qualified to continue in academic research and could choose to apply for a PhD programme.
Some of the positions of our alumni include:
Do you want to apply for the master´s programme at Leiden University? Find out how to apply by following the step-by step guide: https://www.universiteitleiden.nl/literary-studies
About Leiden University
Are you curious, critical and involved in the world around you? At Leiden University, the oldest university in the Netherlands, you can make a valuable contribution to tackling the various national and international challenges facing modern society. Together with academics and fellow students from all over the world, you will actively address these challenges. We keep an open mind, do not shy away from difficult discussions and allow one another the space to disagree. We expect the same active, open - minded and critical attitude from you.
We challenge you to look beyond your own boundaries. Leiden University welcomes anyone who wants to achieve their full
modest community size in the historical cities of Leiden and The Hague creates a highly personal and committed atmosphere. Together, we
map out a learning path that suits you and your ambitions. You will also be encouraged to conduct research in cooperation with eminent
and enthusiastic scholars. The knowledge and skills you develop here will benefit you for the rest of your life, regardless o
f the career path