Master of literature in chinese studies in Maynooth university
The MLitt in Applied Linguistics and Intercultural Studies offers research degree opportunities for students with a specific interest in the field of Applied Linguistics and Intercultural Studies which cuts across current offerings in languages and cultures within SMLLC. The research profiles of staff members are very varied, covering applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, second language acquisition, corpus linguistics, bi- and multilingualism, second language pedagogy, intercultural studies, intercultural competence and the role of English in a globalised world.
Master degree Transcripts from a recognised university with a minimum final overall result of 60%; IELTS 6.5 overall or equivalent; TOEFL - 585 (Paper based test); 95 (Internet based test); A personal written statement; Copy of Valid Passport; Written academic references: you may be required to submit two written academic references.
Bilingual Customer Support,Translation/Interpretation,Travel and Tourism,Education,Government Agencies,Ministry/Missionary Work,Social Services.