The Inter-university Master in Advanced English Studies and its Applications (iMAES), run by the Universities of A Coruña (UDC), Santiago de Compostela (USC) and Vigo (UVigo), is an accredited programme which meets the high standards of excellence of the European System of Higher Education.
Classes are held at each of the three organising universities, so that students can choose the location and schedule that best suit their needs and interests.
The Master consists of both attendance-based and online training, each course (3 ECTS) involving 14 classroom hours and 7 hours online coursework. In total, it develops a 60-credit academic program over one academic year.
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The Master prepares students for the demanding standards of the international job market and offers advanced training in the core subject areas of English language and linguistics and Anglo-American literature and culture. It also gives students the opportunity to gain practical experience in both conducting and applying linguistics and literary research.
There is also a practicum module which affords students a unique opportunity to work with outside organisations with which the organising universities have established partnership arrangements.
The Master also allows students to begin work on a PhD, in that it provides the preparatory coursework required for writing a PhD dissertation. It constitutes the pre-requisite coursework for the Inter-university PhD Programme in Advanced English Studies: Linguistics, Literature and Culture, also jointly organised by the Universities of Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña and Vigo.
This is an interuniversity study, in addition to University of A Coruña, the following universities also colaborate in teaching:
|Starting academic year||2013/2014|
|Last update/verification ACSUG date||26/09/2013|
|Authorization Xunta Council date||05/12/2013|
|Authorization DOG publication date||20/12/2013|
|Official BOE publication date||11/03/2014|
|DOG syllabus publication date||03/04/2014|
|BOE syllabus publication date||04/04/2014|