The Writing and Society Research Centre offers a challenging, rigorous coursework and research MA combining criticism and creative work and leading to an MA in Literature and Creative Writing. By connecting creative writing practice to ideas and creative work from across the arts and sciences, we offer students the opportunity to think across creative, critical and disciplinary categories and to produce either works of scholarship or creative writing (or related creative work that crosses over into other areas including music, art, performance and film).
This course examines the relationship of nations, cultures, languages and systems of government within the international system.
The degree consists of a key field of study in interpreting and translation, with other areas of study, including language, linguistics and culture. You will be provided with tailored mentoring and an advanced academic study program designed to extend your knowledge and understanding of key disciplines within the Bachelor of Arts (Interpreting and Translation).