Master in Advanced English Studies, University of Salamanca and the University of Valladolid (2019)

The admission period to sign up for the
Master in Advanced English Studies: Languages and Cultures in Contact
run by the University of Salamanca and the University of Valladolid
is now open.

Viorica Patea 
Jesús Benito 

If you don't know what to do with your life next year, I would suggest you keep studying and sign up for our 
Master's program 'Advanced English Studies: Languages and Cultures in Contact'. 
This program will enhance your intellectual development, English Language and Culture skills,
besides preparing you for the job market.

Online Registration:

Students are advised to reserve a place in the program.
Even if you have not yet received your degree do sign up. Send your CV, ID, and a provisional transcript. 
Upload all the information you have. Do it in advance and  indicate when you believe you will obtain your TFG 
and final degree.

For more information on our program please visit our page:'ref=hl
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 Culture.

 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.

In the sixteenth century both universities were named the most important universities in the Kingdom.

Both universities have been distinguished with the 'Campus of Excellence' award.

The English Department of the University of Salamanca has consistently maintained for twelve years in a 
row the number one place in all its national listings.

The University of Valladolid is the top European university in international teaching placements within
 the Erasmus-Sócrates program. The University of Salamanca has the second highest international 
student community in the country.

The University of Salamanca and Valladolid are famous for their diverse international student population
 and offer a number of educational exchange programs for foreign students.

The University of Salamanca boasts the ninth highest enrollment of Erasmus students and half of its 
postgraduate students are international.

Both Salamanca and Valladolid are charming university towns with a rich cultural heritage. During the
 seventeenth century Valladolid was the capital of the Spanish Empire and since them has carried an
 important historical legacy.

The Master in 'Advanced English Studies' is aimed towards both highly motivated Spanish and international 
students with a professional drive allowing them to excel in a rigorous academic environment. 
Dare to be the best!