First- or upper second-class degree and normally masters at merit level, or an equivalent standard in other qualifications approved by the University, in a cognate discipline.
Months of entry
This course equips students to carry out independent research, while providing education in Medieval and Renaissance culture; students explore the concepts of Renaissance and reform in religion and culture; they are taught by specialist staff from disciplines including music, literature, history and art.
Core module: From Medieval to Renaissance: Reading the Evidence or another foreign language
Compulsory module: Latin
Optional modules: span a range of Humanities disciplines and periods from late antiquity to the Renaissance and may include: Medieval Political Thought; Remaking Rome; Shakespeare in the World; Jerusalem: City and Symbol. Individually negotiated topics allow students to explore their own areas of interest
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Course contact details
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