A master’s degree in English at Acadia will allow you to achieve a more sophisticated understanding of the power, place, and purpose of literary expression throughout cultural history.
The small scale of Acadia’s campus means that you’re never just a student number or a face in the crowd.
The professors are active researchers and writers in a broad range of fields and will work to ensure that your thesis (on a topic of your own choosing) and coursework contribute to your growth as a scholar, researcher and critical thinker.
This program is a crucial step towards a doctoral path and academic career.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,692|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$6,715|
1- Official transcript
2- (2) Reference letters
4- Statement of research interests
5- Writing sample
Applicants for admission should hold a BA Honours degree in English or equivalent
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