Taught course

Celtic Studies

Institution
University of Wales Trinity Saint David · School of Welsh and Bilingual Studies
Qualifications
MA

Entry requirements

Normally the entry requirement for this degree is a first class or upper second class undergraduate degree. In addition, enquiries are also welcome from students with an equivalent and appropriate professional qualification or significant and relevant professional experience.

Months of entry

October, February

Course content

The MA in Celtic Studies is a unique distance learning programme which offers students interested in Welsh and Celtic Studies the opportunity to study various aspects of the history, literature and cultural heritage of the Celtic regions in their own homes.

You’ll be able to choose from a wide range of interesting topics and choose to specialise in a pathway that suits you. Since the course is a distance learning programme, you do not need to move to Lampeter and sacrifice your day job, as you can study from the comfort of your own home using our VLE (virtual learning environment) and the course content and reading material we provide.

We’ll guide you through some of the most important texts ever written in the Celtic languages and help you read critically. You’ll learn where to find the most important sources on the Celtic peoples, Arthurian literature, modern folklore, druids and Celtic saints and how to question the various versions of the past that have been put forward by historians, linguists, folklorists and archaeologists. You’ll also gain research skills which will be a sound basis for further study, as well as a range of important skills which can be easily transferred to the workplace.

Qualification and course duration

MA

online
12-48 months

Course contact details

Name
Dr Jane Cartwright
Email
j.cartwright@uwtsd.ac.uk
Phone
+44 (0)1570 422351