The University of East Anglia is offering four half tuition fee Scholarships for Masters of Arts applicants to study American History starting in September 2014.
Master’s courses are offered as one-year full-time or part-time over two years:
- MA American History
- MA American Studies
- MA American Studies and Film Studies
- MA American Literature
The scholarships are being made available to students on the basis of academic excellence. In order to be considered for this award, applicants should submit their application for an MA course no later than 31 March 2014.
The School of American Studies is rated one of the top research departments in the UK (Research Assessment Exercise 2008), with staff and postgraduate research students at the forefront of new developments within American Studies. Our teaching is research-led, which is one of the reasons why the quality of our teaching is so highly regarded. Developing research-led teaching strategies ensures that postgraduate students are introduced to the most recent trends in research and scholarship, allowing them to engage intellectually with the material and develop a sense of themselves as research students.
The School always receives the highest scores for quality of teaching and student satisfaction, and our vibrant research community ensures that faculty and graduate students meet regularly for research seminars and social events. The Arthur Miller Centre organises an annual Literary Festival, bringing major North American writers to the campus every year. All our MA programmes are interdisciplinary and are among the most established and prestigious in Britain.
About the University
The University is located on a distinctive and attractive campus that provides top quality academic, social and cultural facilities to over 15,000 students. We are ranked in the top one per cent of universities in the world, as a Top 20 university in The Guardian University Guide (2014) and the Times Good University Guide (2014), and have a tradition of producing creative and innovative research both within and across disciplines.
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