|Degree:||Master of Arts (MA)|
|University website:||Anglophone Literatures and Cultures|
The master’s programme in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures prepares students for independent research in the area of anglophone literatures and cultures. Graduates of the master’s programme are qualified to identify and analyse complex phenomena of the anglophone cultural area, discuss them in a differentiated way and apply their knowledge in intercultural, multicultural and transcultural situations of communication.
Graduates have excellent oral and written language skills to create and receive academic and other types of text. In addition, they have acquired relevant digital skills that are necessary for carrying out well-founded research, appropriate forms of presentation, teaching science and reflecting on them. The curriculum promotes the ability to provide transfer services, and students are given the opportunity to independently focus and research.
Graduates of the master’s programme are highly proficient in English, both orally and in writing, and are capable to produce and understand academic and other types of texts. Furthermore, they are able to reflect on these texts using adequate methods from the field of literature and cultural studies. Depending on their additional qualifications and the current situation on the labour market, graduates are qualified to work in the educational, cultural, media or communication sector.