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MSt English Language
Oxford’s English Faculty will offer students the opportunity to undertake a Master’s in English Language for the first time from October 2012. Learn more about this brand new course and gain an insight into the area from some of Oxford’s experts, including one of the conveners of the new course Professor Deborah Cameron. Find out more about the course at the English Faculty’s website: Photograph taken by Joseph Caruana, DPhil Astrophysics (Christ Church) as part of a students’ photography competition.
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