Master in Advanced English Studies: University of Salamanca and the University of Valladolid 2015

Master in Advanced English Studies: Languages and Cultures in Contact

THE MASTER IN ADVANCED ENGLISH STUDIES: LANGUAGES AND CULTURES IN CONTACT is an official Master’s program offered by the Universidad de Salamanca and the Universidad de Valladolid, Spain in English studies.

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The Master’s in Advanced English Studies: Languages and Cultures in
Contact consists of 60 credits and takes one academic year to complete.
Classes are held at the University of Salamanca during Fall semester, and
at the University of Valladolid in the Spring semester.
The Master’s in Advanced English Studies: Languages and Cultures in
Contact is a flexible program that offers three academic itineraries in
language and linguistics, and literature and culture, or a combined
program of linguistics, literature and culture. Students are free to
choose courses offered by these itineraries according to their academic
or professional preferences. The subjects offered reflect the major
research lines and methodological trends in the fields of English
Language Learning and Linguistics, and Anglo-American Literature and

The goals of the Master’s program are to enable students to acquire the
necessary competencies and skills characteristic of an advanced,
specialized, and interdisciplinary education. The program prepares
students for the demanding standards of the international job market and
allows access to the PhD program, that has been distinguished by the
Spanish Ministry of Education for its Quality of Excellence.

The Master’s is aimed at both the professional training for teachers of
English as a Foreign Language and the preparation of future researchers
in academia. The study plan also addresses the curricular needs of future
cultural mediators who work in the media, press, embassies, ministries,
archives and libraries.

This Master’s has an inter-cultural, and interdisciplinary orientation.
Since its beginnings, in 2007, it has welcomed international students
from all over the world: US, China, India, Brazil, Mexico, Turkey, Iran,
Cuba, Syria, Colombia, Romania, etc.

More reasons to sign up for this program:

The University of Salamanca (1218) is Spain’s oldest university and the
fourth oldest in Europe. The University of Valladolid also dates back to
the 13th century.

In the Humanities, both the University of Salamanca and the University of
Valladolid hold an indisputable international prestige in areas of
research and teaching innovation. These institutions are linked to the
creation of the first grammar and to famous historical figures such as
Cervantes, Lope de Vega Fray Luis de León, San Juan de la Cruz, Torres
Villarroel, and Miguel de Unamuno, among many others.